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◉ About the Inn
It is located in the Kawasaka area, one of the most rural areas in Kitagawa. We usually make rice, buckwheat, and wheat in this rich nature and farm it.
Kitagawa-cho is known for saigo Takamori's formation in the Southwest War, but during his stay he was very pleased to see the buckwheat harvested in this area. In view of such a history, the name of the inn was also named "the village of the tribute soba". For this reason, we are reviving Kawasaka Soba, which was pleased with Saigo-san, so that we can make buckwheat and experience eating it. I make buckwheat noodles using a mobile pot soil and an old-fashioned manual noodle machine, and eat it boiled, but it is delicious and popular. You can also experience eating udon using homemade flour, or cooking and eating our proud rice in a kamado.
There is a Kitagawa Marsh nearby, and it is said that it is rare nationwide because more than 1000 cohhontrees called giant kohone can be seen here. May to November is the best time to see it.
In addition, there are many prides of the region, such as Kawasaka Shrine where Harukagura is located in March, and The Ogura Ryohei Memorial Hall, which fought in the Southwest War.
There is a rich natural environment, so it is also recommended to take a walk around the house during your stay.