School / Classroom Spots in Japan

  • Crane Riding Club Tokyo
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    Tokyo Machida-shi Shinkojimachi 1227
    This riding club boasts good access, being approximately 30 minutes from Shinjuku. It has 122 horses and about 2000 members, and is one of the largest in Tokyo. The variety of courses is particularly attractive and includes courses that support beginning riders, ones where visitors can participate without bringing anything, horse riding for health for those over 50, and children's horse riding for elementary and middle schoolers. Whether for health, stress relief, fitness or simply just a love of horses, people of all ages visit for a variety of reasons.
  • SRC Sayama Horse Riding Center
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    Saitama Pref. Sayamashi Sasai 716
    A horseback riding club located in Sasai, Sayama City. The club keeps around 88 horses. The club offers horseback rides for beginners which provides everything participants need to ride, a three-day course through which participants can gain a Class 5 horseback riding license, horseback rides for children, and more.
  • Nakano Udon School, Takamatsu
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    4.5
    28 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Nariaicho 8
    "This restaurant and souvenir shop offers a workshop that lets you try making Sanuki udon noodles by hand. With good access from Ritsurin Garden which is designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty, Yashima Island, and the temples of the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage, you'll definitely want to stop by. Besides Sanuki udon, there are a lot of popular products such as the ""Nakano Udon School Set"" where you make the noodles by hand. They stock a lot of other special products from Shikoku too."

    Udon making is interesting but they put a wonderful twist on it to make it fun and exciting. Highly recommended!

  • CHAGOHAN TOKYO
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    Tokyo Taitou-ku Nishiasakusa 2-17-131F
    This traditional Japanese cuisine classroom and chef's kitchen located in Nishi-Asakusa has the concept of communicating and spreading the wonder of traditional Japanese food and tea culture in Japan and around the world. In the classes to experience traditional Japanese cuisine, you can learn from the basics, such as how to make okonomiyaki pancakes, sukiyaki, sushi, dashi soup stock and batter. There is also a class to learn green tea etiquette, and options to ride on rickshaws and wear kimono. In addition, it may be used as a rental kitchen for reunions and other gatherings.
  • Nikappu Horoshiri Horse Riding Club
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    Hokkaido Niikappu-gun Niikappucho Seppucho 71-11
    Located in the Hidaka region, this club is where you can enjoy horse riding and trail riding for beginners and experienced riders alike. One of the highlights of the club is that there are many thoroughbreds that were former racehorses. You can also rent horseback riding equipment.
  • Gunma-ken Baji Koen (Prefectural Equestrian Park)
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    Gunma Maebashi-shi Fujimimachi Kogure 2425
    A prefectural equestrian park located along Prefectural Route 4 in Kogure, Fujimi Town, Maebashi City. Following the motto of Easy Horseback Riding for Anyone, Anytime the park offers riding classes and opportunities for beginners and children. With a club house, indoor riding ground, lodging, and more the park is fully equipped for everything from lessons to equestrian tournaments. During the summer months they also offer night riding experiences but prior reservations are required.
  • Kita-Kamakura Takara-no-niwa
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yamanouchi 1418
    This is a shared atelier house which was created by renovating an old Japanese home located to the rear of the luscious green premises of Jochiji Temple in Kita-Kamakura. In the permanent exhibit is a gallery which displays works by various Takara-no-Niwa artists, and there is also the Takara-no-Kama area where participants can experience the art of making pottery as well as a rental space used to hold various workshops.
  • Kamakura Chokin Kobo
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    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Onarimachi 6-1
    A workshop where visitors can craft wedding and engagement rings as well as other rings and charms using 10-karat gold and silver. Focusing on the concept of simple designs that can be enjoyed forever, the workshop’s expert staff will work with you from start to finish to help you create your very own piece. Jewelry crafting takes approximately three hours and it is possible to bring one’s completed piece home the same day.
  • Yamato Horse Park
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    Ibaraki Pref. Sakuragawashi Okunitama 4432-6
    A horseback riding club located a five-minute drive from Yamato Station on the JR Mito Line. The club offers an environment in which men and women of all ages can enjoy horseback riding. The club offers horseback riding lessons which include conscientious instruction for those who have never ridden before, horse trekking with trotting sections for those with experience, and more. The club also offers horseback archery using real bows and arrows. The club rents the appropriate archery wear and equipment and instruction is provided personally by the club president. Thanks to exposure via SNS, there are many participants from foreign countries as well.
  • Advance Horse Party
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    Tochigi Pref. Nasugunnasumachi Takaku Kou 5639-1
    This horseback riding club located in Nasu County, Tochigi Prefecture is where you can enjoy riding horses on vast nature-filled premises that are over 26,000 square meters in size. You can experience it as a hobby and for sightseeing with a beginner's experience course, and a visitor's course with lessons for horseback riding enthusiasts or those who want to continue it as a hobby.
  • Ichinomiya Horse Riding Center
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    Chiba Pref. Chouseigunichinomiyamachi Ichinomiya 9963
    This horseback riding club is in the Ichinomiya section of Ichinomiya Town, Chosei County. Their popular Kaigan Course gives you the chance to ride a horse along the coast, getting the full-feel for nearby Kujukuri Beach. An instructor leads the horses along, so it's fun for beginners, too.
  • SUNSHINE STABLES
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    Chiba Pref. Sambugunkujukurimachi Sakuda 5610
    This horseback riding club in Kujukuri Town, Sanbu County offers basic lessons on-site, rides on Kujukuri Beach, as well as the chance to put on a costume and get your photo taken in the saddle. They have an American Old West themed restaurant and a barbecue area, too. Their facilities can even be used for shooting films.
  • Nomauma Highland
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    4.0
    7 Reviews
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Ehime Pref. Imabarishi Noma A8
    At this family park you can ride the Noma pony, Japan's smallest native horse. The Noma ponies, designated cultural properties of Imabari, can be ridden by children under 30 kilogram in weight from 3 years-old to 6th grade elementary students (helmet and padded vest must be worn). You can also pet rabbits and guinea pigs in the small animal petting zoo area. In the Makiba Hall in the center of the park you can use computers in the Noma Pony Knowledge Classroom to learn about Noma ponies making this a common field trip location.

    フレンドリーで大人しいとパンフには書いて有りましたが、いざ入るとあちこちに、柵の中に手を入れるな等の注意書き。日本一小さな馬を大人は観るだけです。(30kg以内のお子様には乗馬体験有り)。しかし無料の施設、園内とても綺麗にしてしてあり、しまなみ海道瀬戸内等海飽きたら、立ち寄ることお勧めです。

  • Tsushima City Mehoro Dam Baji Koen Park
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    Nagasaki Pref. Tsushimashi Kamiagatamachiseta
    This horse-riding facility is located in Seta, Kamiagata-cho, Tsushima City along Prefectural Route 180. It breeds Taishu horses, a breed native to Tsushima used for transport and agriculture that stands approximately 1.2 meters tall, and you can experience riding and leading horses.
  • Hyuga Hokoshimayaki Isegahama Pottery Studio
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    Miyazaki Pref. Hyugashi Hamamachi 2-125-3
    This is a pottery located in Hyuga City, Miyazaki Prefecture. “Hyuga Hokoshima pottery” sundries such as Japanese tea cups and plates are available to purchase. Make your own cup or dish in a pottery class, reservations required. Pottery classes are also held in neighboring areas. The pottery is visited by many locals and tourists alike.
  • MY STABLE
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    Hokkaido Katougunshikaoichou Sasagawa Kita7sen 11-3
    This equestrian facility is located along Nissho Pass (National Route 274) in Sasagawa, Shikaoi Town, Kato County. In addition to horseback riding lessons and introductory trekking experiences, the stable also offers trekking along a range of courses such as a riverside course, a mountain forest course, and a one-day course (reservation required). Several endurance rides, events in which riders on horseback compete to set the best time covering a long distance, are held in Shikaoi Town each year. The stable provides support for participants in these events.
  • Hitoyoshi Craft Park Ishino Park / Roadside Station Hitoyoshi
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    4.0
    21 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Kumamoto Hitoyoshi-shi Akaikeharamachi 1425-1
    A theme park where you can learn about the traditional crafts of Hitoyoshi and Kuma, an area selected for inclusion in the Japan Heritage list. The park consists of nine facilities, including a ceramics arts hall, smithing hall, glass hall, and teahouse, and visitors can make a variety of crafts by hand under the guidance of skilled artisans. There's also an observatory with a sweeping view of the Kyushu Mountains, a campground, and a park perfect for small children, making this a great destination for the whole family and for a variety of purposes. The local specialty products market sells traditional kijiuma wheeled bird toys, hanatebako boxes painted with camellias, and a wide variety of other gifts and souvenirs from Hitoyoshi and Kuma.

    To get to Hitoyoshi Craft Park from Kumamoto Station, it takes three JR trains and about 2 hours or more on a slow, winding track into the mountains that brings you past rustic self-serve wooden...

  • Horse Riding Club Daisen Riding Center
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    4.5
    7 Reviews
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tottori Saihaku-gun Daisencho Akamatsu 2459-130
    Whether it's your first time on a horse or you're an expert, this riding club is open to riders of all levels. They also have a cafe restaurant and a cottage to help you enjoy your riding experience to the maximum. For beginners they recommend a plan where staff leads the horse by a tether. Children two to five years old can ride with their parents, and they provide help mounting and dismounting. Once you get used to it, you can set out on their trekking course over mountain trails and roads. Practice with the reins inside the riding area, and then a guide will accompany you for worry-free horseback riding while enjoying the view.

    乗馬と言えば、どうしても高いので、年一回の冬の乗り放題プランに参加して、細々と続けています。このプランは、ランチ付き、午前10時から午後4時まで乗り放題です。内容は相談して決めます。いつも私たちは、レッスンと外周。今回は1日...

  • Tsurui Dosanko Farm
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    4.5
    19 Reviews
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Hokkaido Akan-gun Tsuruimura Kuchoro 71-1
    "This is a farm where you can enjoy horse riding with ""dosanko,"" the common name for the Hokkaido Pony that is one of the eight types of traditional breeds in Japan. For horse trekking around the Kushiro Shitsugen National Park, there are five-hour course and two-hour course, and you can ride surrounded by nature depending on how much time you have. There is also a horse-riding experience on the farm."

    We were hoping for an interesting farmstay experience, but all they give you is a small room and there is nothing to interact with on the ranch except the ponies (which we were told to move away...

  • Hikari Kyusu
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    Aichi Tokoname-shi Kanayama Kami Suhara 103 Tokoname-shi
    A pottery experience class in Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture, which is famous for Tokoname ware. It's in Ceramall, a ceramics shopping mall near the southern end of Tokoname Park. Even elementary school students can easily enjoy making pottery there with their potter's wheel. Being in a mall, it's nice to stop by after sightseeing or other errands. Evening sessions are available between 18:00 and 20:00 with a reservation, which is helpful if that's the only time you have for sightseeing. There is also a coffee shop on-site. They serve tea, coffee, and sweets like anmitsu (syrup-covered bean jam and fruit) in original ceramic vessels.

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