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Utilizing the large space of the three sake breweries that remain in the former Kagamiyama Sake Brewery, which was founded in the Meiji era, the facility opened on October 3, 22.
Kawagoe Imobori Tourism First Gan Association
The season is from September to November.We look forward to welcoming you from family trips to group trips.
Candle School Kawagoe Twin Tail
Making candles that can be enjoyed by young children, participating empty-handed, and taking out the work on the day!Dried flowers
We offer everything from a one-hour ceramic art experience to a long-term classroom.Please contact us for details.
Matsumoto Soy Sauce Shop
You can see the brewery where you can feel the tradition of making soy sauce that has been passed down since the Edo period.Big tree
Founded in the third year of Tenmei (1783).The taste, skill and history of our restaurant, which has been around since ancient times in Edo, has been praised as one of Japan's leading confectioneries.
Fueki soy sauce (Kinfueshoyu)
Founded in the first year of Kansei (1789).It has prospered as a granary area of the Kawagoe domain since the Edo period, and is surrounded by rivers on all sides, creating abundant nature.
@ FARM's agricultural products are produced by a special manufacturing method without relying on pesticides as much as possible.Also, strawberry picking
Yugeta soy sauce
Yugeta's raw soy sauce is Japan's first raw soy sauce that is delivered with lactic acid bacteria and enzymes alive.Organic soy sauce is domestic organic soybeans
On the premises, there is an exhibition hut where you can touch the tools of the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa eras.