Since old times the rice from Mima-cho is renowned for its high quality. Here you can try “Mima rice” cooked in the traditional way in a Kamado, a wood-fuelled cook stove. Our tip is to buy some freshly fried jakoten (fish cake) and eat it together in a rice ball.
|parking space||available free 108 (standard-sized cars)/ 12 (heavy vehicles)|
|admission fee||[Experience fee] 650 yen (3 go rice, water, fuel included)|
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