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Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

    You can feel the depth of history and tradition in traditional crafts made by making full use of the blessings of nature and the wisdom of our ancestors. How about a tour of a facility where you can deepen your knowledge of traditional crafts, or experience making special products that are perfect for souvenirs and making memories. The fun of making things that you can forget about time and get hooked on. Whether you're a family, a group, or traveling alone, there's sure to be something new to discover!

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    Tour of Kamotsuru Sake Brewery

    Travel time : Approx. 90 minutes

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    〒739-0011 4-31 Saijohonmachi, Higashi-Hiroshima City

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    082-422-2121

    Saijo in Higashihiroshima is a famous sake district for Japanese sake. Kamotsuru Sake Brewery is a representative brewery of Hiroshima, which adopted advanced rice polishing technology since the Meiji era and pioneered Daiginjo brewing. Video screenings of sake brewing, exhibits of tools, and sake tastings can also be purchased in the tour room.

    〒739-0011 4-31 Saijohonmachi, Higashi-Hiroshima City

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    082-422-2121

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    Fude no Sato Kobo

    Travel time : Approx. 90 minutes

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    〒731-4293 5-17-1 Nakamizo, Kumano-cho, Aki-gun

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    082-855-3010
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    Kumano brush has a history of 180 years and is a traditional craft that accounts for about 80% of the nationwide production of brushes. It is a facility where you can enjoy a wide range of things, including permanent exhibitions such as the world’s largest brush, demonstrations of brush making by traditional craftsmen, various experiences using brushes, and a shop with 1,500 types of brushes.

    〒731-4293 5-17-1 Nakamizo, Kumano-cho, Aki-gun

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    082-855-3010
    筆の里工房

    Fluffy natto yaki

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    is a B-grade gourmet invented by a local okonomiyaki restaurant and recommended by Kumano Town as a specialty following the brush. It is an okonomiyaki mixed with yam, natto, eggs, green onions, etc., and is a healthy menu with high nutritional value and low calories. You can eat it at okonomiyaki restaurants in the town.

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    Otake Handmade Washi no Sato

    Travel time : Approx. 90 minutes

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    〒739-0631 3365 Boroku, Otake City

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    0827-93-3576

    Washi production has been popular in the Kosegawa basin since the Edo period. The “Otake-Tesuki Washi Preservation Society” grows from the raw material mulberry, and makes paper and fusuma paper for carp streamers. You can observe the work scenery and tools, and experience making a postcard of handmade Japanese paper.

    〒739-0631 3365 Boroku, Otake City

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    0827-93-3576

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    Yanai Xizo

    Travel time : Approx. 90 minutes

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    3700-8 Yanai, Yanai, Yamaguchi, 742-0021

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    white wall storehouse building that was used as a soy sauce storehouse, and there are hands-on facilities and galleries. You can experience making folk crafts that represent Yanai City, such as goldfish lanterns, Yanai stripes (coasters), and dyeing (indigo dyeing and plant dyeing).

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    3700-8 Yanai, Yanai, Yamaguchi, 742-0021

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    Shiomachi-nabe

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    is a seafood hot pot where you can luxuriously enjoy fresh sea bream caught at Shiomachi Port and Yanai Obatake together with local specialties and fresh ingredients. Sea bream raised in the tide of Ohata Seto, one of the three major currents in Japan, is firm and has a sweet and strong taste. You can enjoy it at 4 stores in Yanai.

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    On foot About 5 minutes

    Kawamura Nobuo Workshop

    Travel time : About 50 minutes

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    495−1 Yanaizu Furuichi, Yanai 742-0022

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    Yanai’s specialty, goldfish lanterns, are said to have been made by dyeing craftsmen in the Edo period, inspired by Nebuta from Aomori. At the workshop in the streets of Shirakabe, you can experience making goldfish lanterns that are particular about traditional ways of making, and finished products are also sold.

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    495−1 Yanaizu Furuichi, Yanai 742-0022

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