Dining around an Irori (Japanese hearth)

Irori is a sunken hearth found in traditional Japanese houses. In Horiguchi ke Residence, an Important Cultural Property of Japan, which is a place where a private house built in the early Edo period was taken down and restored, visitors can enjoy the Irori Experience once a year, simulating the life in old rural Japan by using firewood for heating and cooking.

Dining around an Irori (Japanese hearth)

Activity
Rural Experience Program "the Irori Experience" in Horiguchi ke Residence
Tel
0778-44-8060(Tourist Association)
Opening Season
During the "Food Culture Festival" in November (please confirm)
Duration
About 2 hours
Fee
500 yen / 1 person (Including light meal)
Link

Horiguchi ke Residence   Contact us

Other Information
*Reservation priority
*Since it is very cold, please wear warm clothes (especially for your feet) to participate in this event.

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