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Other Factory Tour / Demonstration Spots in Toyama Area

  • Minamoto Masunosushi Museum
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    3.5
    17 Reviews
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    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Nanouchou 37-6
    Visitors at this museum a 25-minute drive from JR Toyama Station can immerse themselves in the more than a century-old tradition of trout sushi. Visitors can watch the production process through glass windows, see videos on a large projector screen, taste fresh-made trout sushi and other seasonal Toyama flavors, and more. The museum's shop offers marine products, assorted delicacies, regional Hokuriku sake, sweets, and unique sushi-related souvenirs not available anywhere else. Visitors can also try their hand at making trout sushi, a very popular activity, especially with children (reservation required).

    富山でいちばん鱒の寿司を売っている 源さんの工場が見れます。鱒の寿司が空中を飛んで行く様がなかなかすごいです。ロビーには直売所もありました。

  • Agricultural Association Gokayama Washi
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    4.5
    3 Reviews
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    Toyama Pref. Nantoshi Shimonashi 148
    Of all the traditional industries of Toyama Prefecture, Gokayama washi (Japanese paper) has the longest history. So long, in fact, that there are even records of it being dedicated to Maeda Toshinaga, the head of the Kaga Domain, over 500 years ago. This agricultural association located in Shimonashi, Nanto City, Toyama Prefecture sells this historic washi paper in the form of paper for paintings and calligraphy, washi-based folk crafts, and various washi-based sundries. It also launched the GOKKA brand of modern washi-based products such as gift bags and letter boxes. The association, which is located 1.5 kilometers east of the World Heritage site Ainokura Gassho-zukuri Village on Route 304, also offers paper-making lessons and facility tours.

    予約なし一人でもできます。 まず職人さんがやり方を一通り実際にやって見せてくれるのでわかりやすいです。 紙をすいて、その上に押し花の飾りを載せて乾燥させます。 体験自体はやることがそんなにありませんが機械などを見るのは珍しくて楽しかったです。 乾かすのに少し時間がかかります。 さほど高くもないので時間があるようなら体験されるのをおすすめします。

  • Asahi Soft Drinks Co., Ltd. Hokuriku Factory
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    Toyama Pref. Shimonikawagunnyuzenmachi Wakagurishin 321-1
    This factory operated by Asahi Soft Drinks is a 10-minute drive from Hokuriku Expressway's Kurobe Interchange. Located in the Kurobe River Alluvial Fan Springs sourced by the North Alps, the factory cleans its waste water using a waterless biotech-based process and returns to the environment. The highly quality of the water the factory uses, certified as Japan's best 100 waters by the Ministry of the Environment, is reflected in their products. If you call ahead, you can arrange a tour of the soft drink manufacturing line (group size: 2-50). Visitors can also taste samples and buy souvenirs.
  • Ozaki Kamabokokan
    Travel / Tourism
    Toyama Pref. Uodushi Tomomichi 1153-1
    "This kamaboko (a type of processed seafood) manufacturing facility operated by Ozaki Kamaboko a five-minute drive from Toyama Chihou Railway's Uozu Station offers free tours and a look into how their elaborate kamaboko artwork is made. The facility's first floor features a panel of recreations of award-winning kamaboko artwork such as ""Oukaikijizu."" Visitors can also watch a kamaboko artwork demonstration (reservation with a minimum group size of ten required). The second floor features videos about the techniques used to create elaborate kamaboko artwork and also exhibits photographs of the Tateyama Mountain Range, the three natural wonders of Uozu, the buried forest, and more. The facility's shop offers free samples of a variety of kamaboko and sells kamaboko made with lavish amounts of fresh seafood."
  • Umekama Museum U-mei Kan
    Travel / Tourism
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Mizuhashikainazaki 482-8
    Visitors at this museum can experience firsthand the history of Toyama's famous kamaboko (a type of processed seafood). The museum is divided into three main areas, the Exhibit Corner, Tasting Zone, and the Artwork Kamaboko Observation Zone, where visitors can watch, eat, and make to their hearts content. The museum offers a unique hands-on activity in which participants can make their own colorful fish-shaped kamaboko. This activity, popular with families with children, is possible thanks to the favorable natural environment of Toyama. The museum also offers samples of many food items, including konbumaki (seafood wrapped in seaweed), akamaki (adzuki bean paste sandwiched in sponge cake and wrapped with rice cake), kamaboko snacks, and more.
  • Takaoka Copperware Gallery
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    Toyama Takaoka-shi Miyukimachi 2-1-16
    This gallery displays and sells many pieces of Takaoka copperware, ironware, and religious items. Takaoka's traditional craft of copperware boasts 400 years of history, and in 1975 the area became the first in Japan designated a Traditional Craft Production District, and the work of its artisans still draws crowds of visitors. You can tour this gallery on your own, and they also hold events showing how to assemble various incense burners and tea or flower vessels.
  • minamoto masunosushi Museum
    Shopping
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Nanouchou 37-6
  • Roshiseisakusho
    Travel / Tourism
    Toyama Pref. Takaokashi Toide Sakaemachi 47-1
  • Mizuguchi Ao Gyokudo
    Travel / Tourism
    Toyama Nanto-shi Fukumitsunishi Machi 7163

Toyama Areas

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Toyama is one of the three prefectures that house the Japanese Alps, with its southern and eastern borders comprising one long stretch of mountains, out of which the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is forged. While traditional crafts fill the northern coastal cities of Toyama and Takaoka, thatched roof houses offer unrivalled views against a backdrop of fantastic scenery at Gokayama in the mountainous area in the south of the prefecture.

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