Experience of making traditional gods

Welcome to SAMURAI CITY

You can experience a variety of Aizu culture on “Inishie Yume Kaido” Street. This s treet s tretches from Higashiyama Onsen to
Iimoriyama. Tourists can enjoy and experience Aizu history while making the renowned lucky “akabeko” or while making
Aizu Keizan p ottery. Furthermore, Aizu is one of the b est places to make soba noodles in Japan.

Traditional goods experience

SOBA experience

Traditional goods experience SOBA experience
Bansho
Kiriya Yumemi Tei
“Akabeko” is a lucky charm that represents the crafts of Aizu. Make your own original “akabeko.” Apply Japanese paper onto a wooden for m and paint “hariko,” papier-mache.
A restaurant that serves freshly made buckwheat noodles. At the “Aizu Soba Juku,” an instructor teach es vi sitors how to make buckwheat noodles.

Aizu-nuri(lacquering) experience

Aizu-erosoku

Aizu-nuri(lacquering) experience Aizu-erosoku
Suzuzen Shikki Ten
Dengaku
Try making Aizu-lacquering ware, the designated Japanese traditional industrial arts.
At the studios in the city, you can see or experience gold l acquering, making wood grain.
Skewered food grilled with a sweet soybean paste. This traditional Aizu food used to be eaten at home. People used food such as grilled tofu, mochi, and taro to make dengaku, grilling them over charcoal over a traditional Japanese traditional hearth.
  • Traditional goods experience

    Traditional goods experience
    Bansho
    “Akabeko” is a lucky charm that represents the crafts of Aizu. Make your own original “akabeko.” Apply Japanese paper onto a wooden for m and paint “hariko,” papier-mache.
  • SOBA experience

    SOBA experience
    Kiriya Yumemi Tei
    A restaurant that serves freshly made buckwheat noodles. At the “Aizu Soba Juku,” an instructor teach es vi sitors how to make buckwheat noodles.
  • Aizu-nuri(lacquering) experience

    Aizu-nuri(lacquering) experience
    Suzuzen Shikki Ten
    Try making Aizu-lacquering ware, the designated Japanese traditional industrial arts.
    At the studios in the city, you can see or experience gold l acquering, making wood grain.
  • Aizu-erosoku

    Aizu-erosoku
    Dengaku
    Skewered food grilled with a sweet soybean paste. This traditional Aizu food used to be eaten at home. People used food such as grilled tofu, mochi, and taro to make dengaku, grilling them over charcoal over a traditional Japanese traditional hearth.

tourist information

It is packed with information video Aizu of charm.Aizuwakamatsu of charm,
are summarized for access from attractions.By all means, please browse.
Annual Events Calendar food Sake

Annual Events Calendar

Food

Sake

Introducing the annual events of Aizuwakamatsu.
Introducing the food culture of Aizuwakamatsu.
Introducing the sake culture of Aizuwakamatsu.
  • Annual Events Calendar

    Annual Events Calendar

    Introducing the annual events of Aizuwakamatsu.
  • food

    Food

    Introducing the food culture of Aizuwakamatsu.
  • Sake

    Sake

    Introducing the sake culture of Aizuwakamatsu.
tourist route map