on holidays

on holidays - Feel a piece of Japanese traditional culture in Kamezaki

On holidays,
go on a nostalgic trip
by the seaside.

we are going to relax at our leisure in Kamezaki,
a retro town with a view of the sea.

Sake breweries from the Edo period,
a small museum in town,
the narrow back alleys…
I want to feel the culture that is unique to this area.

First, visit a long-established Japanese-style restaurant that has been in business for more than 150 years.

The restaurant has a great atmosphere in the tatami room with a view of the sea, seasonal decorations,
and exquisite tableware.

The traditional Japanese cuisine that has been passed down from generation to generation,
has delicate aroma and taste.

The special atmosphere and perfectly executed cuisine at Boshuro will certainly be more than satisfactory.

Walk ploddingly down the narrow alley
with a cup of coffee in one hand.

Kamezaki has prospered from sake brewing and sea transport since the Edo period.

The two sake breweries side by side convey the atmosphere from that time.

"Kinshachi" and "Shikishima"
both brands are smooth in taste

At the Tategawa Art Museum,
visitors will be overwhelmed by the festival floats.

The floats in this town are "moving masterpieces of art"
You can see the gorgeous decorations
up close and personal,

and be overwhelmed by the VR video
from a special seat point of view on the second floor of the float.

The souvenir of the trip
is a small accessory case
made at the gold leaf workshop.

Climbing the narrow slope and looking back,
the townscape and harbor resemble Onomichi in Hiroshima Prefecture.

In this retro seaside landscape,
Kamezaki is a town where bits and pieces of culture shine here and there.

Next time I want to visit here with my special one.