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Asahi Beer Museum

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A sensory experience facility where you can taste world-class beer and find the perfect drink for you

Osaka Convention & Tourism Bureau


If you want to delve deeper into the fascinating world of Japanese beer, don’t miss the newly opened Asahi Beer Museum. Located inside the Asahi Breweries Suita Plant in Osaka, where Asahi built its first brewery in 1891, this exciting interactive museum is well worth a visit, and not only for beer lovers!

At the Entrance and Theater, visitors can learn about the history of Asahi Breweries and its initiatives for the present and future. In the Super Dry Experience Area, you can observe the manufacturing process and experience the Super Dry Go-Ride. In a space that simulates the process of filling beer cans, four screens project images that show the speed and power of the production process, giving visitors a realistic experience as if they were riding in a beer can themselves.



Asahi Beer Museum promotes “smart drinking” by offering a wide variety of drinks to meet the needs of each customer. In the Café Area, the final part of the museum, visitors can enjoy not only freshly brewed beer, such as Super Dry and Asahi Draft Beer (Maruef) produced at the Suita Plant, but also Asahi Beery, a beer-tasting beverage with a slight alcohol content of 0.5%, and Asahi Dry Zero, a non-alcoholic beer-tasting beverage.

During your visit, you will also be able to experience a new way to enjoy alcoholic beverages thanks to MY FLA-BAR, the first automated server in Japan that allows you to select the alcohol content and flavors and create your own original drink. Place the special glass on the server and watch the liquid rise up from the bottom of the glass in a swirling motion. You will be sure to find the drink that is perfect for you!




How to get there


From Shin-Osaka Station, take a JR train to Suita Station (5 minutes), then walk 10 minutes.


1-45 Nishinosho-cho, Suita-shi, Osaka



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