Chikuwa handmade experience and tour of the manufacturing process of processed marine products

Tomonoura is located at the tip of the Numakuma Peninsula and is a scenic spot that represents the Setonaikai National Park. On the hillside overlooking Tomonoura, there is the town of Taisho. It looks like a brewery on the beach in the Edo period with a white-walled roof tile and a white wall. Here, in addition to the manufacturing process of processed marine products and a tour of the gallery, you can experience handmade sea bream chikuwa, sea bream chikuwa hand-baked experience, and what you saw and imagined through the chikuwa bamboo core on a round drawing paper. There is also an exhibition of paintings except for chikuwa.


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Morning / 09: 00 ~ 12: 00 Afternoon / 13: 00 ~ 17: 00 * Please enter by 16:00 if you wish to experience it.
Mondays and Tuesdays * Open on public holidays. The museum may be temporarily closed due to facility maintenance. Please see the homepage for details (
Admission fee / free, sea bream chikuwa hand-baked experience 3 bottles / 750 yen, sea bream chikuwa hand-baked class 5 bottles / 400 yen, sprinkle experience 1 bottle / 500 yen
720-02021567-1 Ushiroji, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi
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Approximately 20 units (free)


1567-1 Ushiroji, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi

About 40 minutes by car from the Fukuyama-higashi IC on the Sanyo Expressway, or about 50 minutes by car from the Fukuyama-nishi IC on the Sanyo Expressway. Or about 32 minutes by Tomonoura bus bound for Tomonoura from JR Fukuyama Station, 10 minutes on foot from Tomonoura

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