Sanshu Asuke Yashiki Museum
Aizome Sensu（Japanese Indigo Dyeing Folding Fan）
A fan made by tie-dye cotton cloth patterning with Japanese Indigo dyeing method, which is handmade one by one by Sanshu Asuke Yashiki craftsmen.
Akanezome Sensu（Madder Red Folding Fan）
A fan with a pattern of tie-dye cotton cloth dyed in the color madder red, which is handmade one by one by Sanshu Asuke Yashiki craftsmen.
Aizome Noren（A Cotton Curtain）
A cotton curtain tie-dye cotton cloth with indigo dyeing method handmade one by one by Sanshu Asuke Yashiki craftsman.
5,800 yen to 7,800 yen (120cm -150cm）
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・English Available： N
Asuke-cho Iimori 36
|9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
|Thursday (It opens on National Holidays and it will close on the next Friday), Dec. 20, and from Dec. 25 to Jan. 2.
The fragrant coffee made from beans roasted in-house with charcoal made in Sanshu Asuke Yashiki Museum is particularly popular. Sit out on the terrace and spend a relaxing time gazing at the river.
Located next to Sanshu Asuke Yashiki Museum, this restaurant serves savory mountain cooking like sansai vegetables, sweetfish, and gohei-mochi.
Founded in 1965 years ago, this restaurant deep inside Korankei Gorge serves traditional Japanese cooking. Its specialty is hot pot made with wild game—boar, bear, pheasant, and more—and their secret red miso broth. This wild game hot pot is served from autumn to spring.
Customers love our “Tankororin”! These sweets are shaped like the tankororin lanterns that light the old streets of Asuke in the summer. Inspired by the soft yellow light of the lanterns on a summer night, the sweet snack is made of coffee-flavored warabi-mochi filled with custard. They look just like the real lanterns! It's the perfect souvenir to remind you of the fun time you had strolling through Asuke. The shop also contains a gallery and a space where you can rest and enjoy tea and snacks.
Shibata Tofu Shop
Our motto is, “Tastier, safer products.” We produce safe food products that will last in your fridge for a long time. We offer a wide range of products, such as black bean tofu, green tofu made with green soybeans, nama-age (deep-fried thick-cut tofu), gan-modoki (tofu and vegetable fritters), abura-age (deep-fried thin-cut tofu), and much more. They are all highly recommended.
Miyoshi City's Kanon Coffee opened a location on the third floor of department store Matsuzakaya Toyota.
Roadside Station "Michi-no-Eki" Donguri-no-Sato Inabu
Roadside Station Donguri-no-Sato Inabu is a "Michi-no-Eki" (lit. "Road Station") located in the Inabu Area of Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture. The onsen hot spring bath house Donguri-no-Yu, fresh produce and freshly-baked bread, and the Donguri Yokocho Market, offering a rich variety of local delicacies from the surrounding mountains, await visitors. With delicious food no matter the season, be sure to visit the mountain village of Inabu.