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Takamori Dengaku

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“Dengaku” is an ancient dish, derived from the Dengaku dances that prayed for good harvests for farmers.
It is said in Takamori Town that Takamori Dengaku began when villagers from the area who left on pilgrimages across the country around 250 years ago returned having eaten tofu dengaku in Kyoto and Izumo, and put the idea into practice with the local specialty of taro (a root vegetable).

More Information about Takamori Dengaku

Street address

(Takamori Dengaku no Sato)
2685-2 Oaza Takamori, Takamori-machi, Aso-gun

(Takamori Dengaku Hozonkai)
2639 Kamishikimi, Takamori-machi, Aso-gun


  • ・Takamori Dengaku no Sato
    2 minutes on foot from Rakuda Yamakoen Iriguchi bus stop

    ・Takamori Dengaku Hozonkai
    2 minutes on foot from Nakabaru bus stop

Opening Hours

(Takamori Dengaku no Sato)
Opening hours vary depending on the season (Please confirm on the homepage)

(Takamori Dengaku Hozonkai)
10:00 to 18:00
* Varies depending on the season




Best season

All year


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