Ushiku Chateau

Southern Ibaraki

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The winery was established in 1903, and the buildings were designed in a mixture of European and Japanese architectural styles. Ushiku Chateau is a pioneer of Japanese wineries. It is listed as a cultural heritage by the Japanese government.

Visitors can dine at the restaurant, renovated from a brick-clad wine cellar built over 100 years ago. They can also browse the souvenir shop, which handles various wines and confections. The memorial hall displays historical material, such as wooden wine barrels, bottles, posters, and photographs, from the winery's early days. A garden furnished with a fountain, flower garden, and trees is also located on the grounds. Visitors can stroll around or enjoy a barbecue.

Information

Address
Ibaraki, Ushiku, Chuo 3-20-1
Access
Public Transportation: 8 minutes on foot from Ushiku Station
Car: 15 minutes from Tsukuba-Ushiku IC on the Joban Expressway
Business Hours
10:00-16:00
Website
https://maita37.wixsite.com/ushiku-chateau
Parking
Times Ushiku Chuo (designated tolled parking)
Standard-sized cars: 262
Microbuses: parking unavailable
Large buses: parking unavailable

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