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Culinary experience in a Shiiba old Japanese-style house (designated a Tone River Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings)

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The village of Shiiba is a modern, hidden scenic spot. Enjoy a culinary experience using local ingredients that even Japanese people have never tried in an old Japanese-style house built 200 years ago.
The experience of being in an old Japanese-style house deep in the fantastic and beautiful mountains will surely become an everlasting memory of Japan.

Street address

Tonegawa, Shimofukura, Oaza, Shiiba-son, Higashiusuki-gun, Miyazaki Prefecture

Access

Route1

  • 20 minutes by car from Shiiba village hall

Route2

  • 120 minutes by bus from Hyuga Station, plus 20 minutes by community bus

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

https://www.shiibakanko.jp.e.aek.hp.transer.com/tourism/spot/spot6

Best season

Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.

Point

Wear shoes with non-slip soles. Heels are not recommended.
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