When it is rainy season, hydrangea that has been planted since around 1967 is in full bloom. Because of this, it is called "Kakio's Hydrangea Temple".
Asao Brings History to Life via Shrines, Museums, and Art
This is a tour to trace history of Azabu. Azabu is said to be the land that widely spreaded cotton which was often used to make linen for a gift to rulers from 8 century. In addition, you can experience pottery-making and Japanese culture.
Loved by locals as a hydrangea temple.
It was opened in 2010 in conjunction with the renovation of Kakio Junior High School. It is a "local historical museum" for the 10 former Kakio and Okagami villages...
This school is run by a craft potter Michiko Kamo. They are available for custom made pottery, as a present, a gift and for celebrating.
Located 30 minutes from Tokyo and 40 minutes by car from Haneda Airport, this municipal Japanese folklore park in the northern part of Kawasaki City is an outdoor...