Try craft activities and local food in Ena city near Nagoya

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In this one day trip from Nagoya you will visit the rural areas of Ena city in Gifu prefecture and engage in multiple craft-making activities! You will learn about Japan's local crafts, try traditional food and see some stunning natural spots!

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  • Explore the vast rural area of Ena city with a private car and a guide
  • Make your own soba noodles for lunch
  • Try the art of pottery making using local clay and materials
  • Visit several "Michi no Eki" roadside stations and buy fresh local products
  • Learn about the local specialty: kanten (agar) products

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JR Takenami Station or JR Ena Station

Important Information

Please book at least several days in advance.

What you need to bring

Clothes for hands-on activities (cooking, working with clay).

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