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Museum of Yebisu Beer

Experience the History and Deliciousness of Yebisu Beer, a Point of Pride for Japan, at This Museum.

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This was the birthplace of Yebisu beer, first made in 1890, and here you can learn about the history of this beer’s creation and growth while experiencing its wonderful taste.
The “Yebisu Tour (paid)” is held twice an hour and is guided by experts on Yebisu beer, allowing guests a chance to learn all about Yebisu beer. It is possible to make same-day reservations (advance reservations also available on the museum’s official website).
Visitors can also walk around freely at no charge.
Various varieties of Yebisu beer are also available for sampling (for a fee) at the tasting salon.


  • The “Yebisu Tour” takes you through interesting exhibits, including videos, documents, and old posters and beer bottles.
  • You can sample 2 types of Yebisu beer at the end of the tour.
  • We recommend sampling and comparing different types of Yebisu beer at the Tasting Salon.
  • Non-alcoholic beers, soft drinks, and light meals are also available, in addition to Yebisu beers.
  • The shop located next door sells original Yebisu goods that cannot be purchased anywhere else.


  • Exterior of Museum of Yebisu Beer

    Exterior of Museum of Yebisu Beer

  • Inside of Museum of Yebisu Beer

    Inside of Museum of Yebisu Beer

  • Beer can sculpture made with Yebisu beer cans

    Beer can sculpture made with Yebisu beer cans

  • Museum of Yebisu Memorial Gallery

    Museum of Yebisu Memorial Gallery

  • Shop



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Name in Japanese
Postal Code
Yebisu Garden Place 4-20-1 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Free (for self-guided free tour)
Yebisu Tour 500 yen, or 300 yen for junior high school students to those under 20 years of age
※Free for elementary school students and younger
Mondays (the next day if a National Holiday falls on a Monday); the New Year Holidays, as well as special closures
Business Hours
11:00 am-7:00 pm (Admission allowed until 6:30pm)
*Last Yebisu Tour times: 5:10 pm on weekdays, 5:30 pm on weekends and holidays
(1) About an 8-minute walk from the JR Yamanote Line’s Ebisu Station
(2) About a 10-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line’s Ebisu Station
Official Website
Official Website (English)