Sake A to Z Tour in Toronto, ON

Boku Noodle BarToronto , ON M5A3C6
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Head to Toronto’s Distillery District, where you’ll be immersed in Japanese culture on a local sake tour. Learn about how sake is made, its history, and more with the help of a certified sake professional. Along the way, you’ll tour a working brewery and taste a variety of sake samples, too. And, so you’re not left hungry during the experience, your tour includes traditional Japanese Bar snacks.

1 to 16 people

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Toronto Travel Experts
  • Hosted in Toronto’s Distillery District, where Canada’s first local sake brewery is located.
  • Explore Toronto with an expert Guide with sake certification.
  • Learn the history of Toronto’s Distillery District.
  • Take part in a sake seminar with 5-part tasting.
  • Enjoy some traditional Japanese Bar snacks.


from Sake A to Z
Weave through the cobbled streets of Toronto’s historic distillery district discussing how a simple mill evolved into the world’s largest distillery. Soak in the beauty of the district as is stands today while discovering plenty of stories and tales about this cool landmark in Toronto. Next, stop in at Mill Street, one of the first breweries to open in the area for some tasty craft beer to wet the palate.

Lastly, we’ll return to Boku, a Japanese Izakaya bar, learn about how sake is made, and get a strong taste of sake culture. As you sample 5 different types of sake, you can also taste traditional Japanese bar snacks. By the end, you’ll have learned to identify the styles and flavours like a pro. After the tour, feel free to explore the distillery district, its shops and breweries at your own leisure.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Sake A to Z

Where is the tour hosted?
The tour is hosted in Toronto’s Distillery District starting at Boku Noodle Bar.

How long is the tour?
The tour is approximately 2 hours long.

How many people are on the tour?
The tour can accommodate a maximum of 12 people.

What do I need for the tour?
Please bring a photo ID. All guests must be 19+ years old.

Will I taste sake on the tour?