Year round (excluding New Year period, and irregular holidays).
A banya is a charming wooden building near the coast that serves as a central meeting place for fishermen to socialize and work together. During this experience, you will learn how to make sea salt, a tradition dating back to the Edo period. The resulting taste has a mild sweetness that you can savor.
After the salt-making session, you’ll have the opportunity to learn how to make salted rice balls from a local expert. Enjoy your homemade rice balls for lunch and take them with you as a convenient “trail snack” afterward.”
Meet at Tsukuehama Banya.
Experience the traditional method of boiling seawater to make salt.
learn how to make salted rice balls from a local expert.
Enjoy your homemade rice balls for lunch.
Depart for your next destination.