Hoshino Resorts to Open New Facilities in Okinawa, Hawaii & 3 More Places

28.October.2019 | SPOT

Hoshino Resorts opened HOSHINOYA Guguan in Taiwan in June and Iriomotejima Hotel in Okinawa in October this year. It will also open Risonare Nasu in November. The hotel chain has now just announced that it will open 5 more new facilities in 2020, pushing the number of locations they manage up to 45 next year.

Iriomotejima Hotel

Risonare Nasu

Hoshino Resorts prides itself on offering a hotel experience that makes use of local regions as well as offering unique experiences. With their catalogue of facilities now set to increase, the company has a released a video detailing the five new hotels.

The five new hotels will open in Hawaii, Nagato in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Tsuchira in Ibaraki Prefecture, Kohama Island in Okinawa Prefecture, and mainland Okinawa.

The Hawaii hotel, named Hoshino Resorts Surf Jack Hawaii, describes itself as an “ohana-friendly retro boutique hotel with a satisfying Waikiki experience.”

Nagato, Yamaguchi will give rise to the 16th hotel in Hoshino Resorts’ brand of KAI hotels, named KAI Nagato. It will open in the Yumoto Hot Spring area and be inspired by Yamaguchi’s traditional tea houses as well as buke samurai culture. Look forward to bathing in the hot springs of this traditional Japanese inn, steeped in history and culture.

Over in Ibaraki Prefecture, Hoshino Resorts will open Japan’s biggest cycling resort, named Hoshino Resort BEB5 Tsuchiura, which we covered earlier this month. It will act as a “base camp” to enjoy cycling, with its core concept being “more an izakaya and less travel-focused where you can enjoy a laid-back time with friends.” It hopes to put a new spin on travel by combining the worlds of cycling and accommodation.

Okinawa is getting three new hotels. Hoshino Resorts Risonare Kohama will feature 60 rooms each their own private villas. Its concept is “a private beach resort on a remote island swimming with the manta rays” and will offer a beach and resort-like experience to guests with views of the white sand and blue ocean.

HOSHINOYA Okinawa will be inspired by gusuku which refers to castles in the Ryukyu Islands that feature stone walls, with the hotel itself being enveloped in one. The hotel will be surrounded by the gorgeous ocean and coast, offering that quintessential Okinawan resort experience.

 

The tables at Hoshino Resorts Banta Cafe will offer a breathtaking view of Okinawa’s grand seas, with a menu serving food and drink made with Okinawan ingredients.

 

2020 is looking to be a big year for Hoshino Resorts as it begins expansion. If you’re travelling to Japan, why not check if one of their hotels is near where you’re looking to stay?

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  • Natural Ice Area to Open at KERA-IKE Ice Rink in Karuizawa Hoshino Forest Area

    23.October.2019 | SPOT

    The “Natural Ice” area is set to return to KERA-IKE Ice Rink, an outdoor ice skating area managed by Hoshino Resorts, again this winter, something made possible only by the cold winter weather and without cooling devices.

    KERA-IKE Ice Rink is connected to the Karuizawa Wild Bird Sanctuary where countless wild birds and animals roam free. The ice rink opened for the winter season last Friday (October 18) and will run until March 8 next year.

     

    The rink is formed of two areas: the “Man-made Area” which is made together with the cold air and the help of cooling devices, and the “Natural Area,” which appears only during the coldest time of winter and sees the water freeze up naturally, allowing people to skate across 1,080 square meters of land. This Natural Area will open on December 20 and run until February 20, 2020.

    Stroll across the forest’s icy landscape

    The freedom of skating across the natural ice is like taking a stroll through the forest. Enjoy skating around the little islands in the middle of the lake and finding the fallen leaves from the forest trees locked inside the ice.

    Enjoy hot drinks with the sound of the wild birds as your soundtrack

    Enjoy a coffee or hot chocolate at the neighbouring cafe. We recommend getting the Wild Bird Cafe Latte which comes with four different latte art designs of the wild birds you’ll often spot around the ice rink. The drink can be enjoyed in the cafe or can be taken out so you can enjoy sipping it on the benches on top of the ice.

     

    Wild Bird Cafe Latte – ¥600 (Tax Included)

     Coffee/Hot Chocolate – ¥500 (Tax Included)

    Couples can enjoy the “Starry Sky Nighter Skate” Valentine’s event

    For Valentine’s season, the ice rink has a special event in store for couples: the first ever “Starry Sky Nighter Skate.” Not only do they get the luxury of skating after-hours, they can also bask under the radiance of Karuizawa’s incredible star-filled sky. There will also be a guide providing commentary on the stars. After the event, all lights will be turned off to allow everyone to enjoy the pure light of the stars.

    There will also be hot chocolate with heart-shaped marshmallows for the Valentine’s event.

     

    Starry Sky Nighter Skate

    Running: February 10, 2020 – February 16, 2020

    Time: 17:30-19:00 (Reception open 17:00)

    Price: ¥3,500 per person (Includes skating fee, skate rental fee, drink, binoculars, and consumption tax)

    Age: 18+ years

    Reservations: By 17:00 the same day by telephone or online. Reservations are mandatory.

    Capacity: 20 per day (Must book for at least 2 people)

  • Suiran Ranks as Japan’s Best Hotel in Condé Nast Traveler For Second Year in a Row

    14.October.2019 | SPOT

    “Suiran, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Kyoto” has ranked as the number one hotel in Japan for the second year in a row in the Japan’s Top Hotels category of Readers’ Choice Awards 2019 in Condé Nast Traveler.

    The Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards lists the world’s best travel experiences as ranked by international travellers. Over 600,000 people voted Suiran as Japan’s best hotel for the second time.

    Suiran is located in Arashiyama, Kyoto and first opened in March 2015 under a brand of luxury hotels known as The Luxury Collection®. The hotel’s concept is to make full use of Arashiyama’s appeal, lauded for its deep culture and history, while paving the way to the future. It houses guests from around the world who can enjoy a view of Arashiyama’s lush natural landscape which changes beautifully with the seasons, and who can experience a fusion of the traditional and the modern while being served classic Kyoto hospitality.

    Speaking about the award, the hotel’s general manager Hiroyuki Hatori said the following: “I am greatly honoured that we have been given the number one spot two years in a row in this internationally-recognised poll. To all the people in the region who continue to support Suiran, and to all our guests who use the hotel, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. These results are an incentive to further work hard with our associates to ensure this is a hotel that people will love even more.”

     

    If you are travelling to Kyoto and looking for a place to stay, why not consider the city’s best: Suiran, a hotel which continues to pass down tradition while embracing the modern?

  • Tokyo Skytree Announces Dream Christmas 2019 Event Schedule

    20.October.2019 | SPOT

    Tokyo Skytree is starting Christmas early this year as it announces a new event titled Dream Christmas 2019 which will take place in Tokyo Skytree Town® from November 7 to December 25.

     

     

    Illuminations

    Illuminations ©TOKYO-SKYTREETOWN

    Christmas Lighting & Solami Zaka ©TOKYO-SKYTREETOWN

    Skytree Town will be adorned in 500,000 individual illuminations, inspired by the people we treasure spending time with during Christmas.

    Christmas Tree

    The Sky Arena, too, will be decorated in Christmas lighting, and will house its first ever real fir Christmas tree.

     

     

    Christmas Market 2019

    Christmas Market (Picture from 2018 market) ©TOKYO-SKYTREETOWN

    There will also be huts inside the Sky Arena draped with warm lighting and selling various Christmas food and desserts, as well as beer and other beverages.

     

     

    Tokyo Skytree Christmas Lighting

    Left: Candle Tree / Right: Champagne Tree ©TOKYO-SKYTREE

    Tokyo Skytree will light up in two different designs: the Champagne Tree which is made to look like the world’s biggest Christmas tree, and the Candle Tree.

     

     

    SKYTREE ROUND THEATER®

    SKYTREE ROUND THEATER©TOKYO-SKYTREE

    Tokyo Skytree’s Tembo Deck, which is located on the 350th floor, is known for its 110-meter long, 2-meter tall “Round Theater” which projects digital images and videos onto the windows so they look like a giant screen. All-new special Christmas visuals have been prepared for the holiday season.

     

     

    Merry Christmas Stickers

    Merry Christmas Stickers ©TOKYO-SKYTREE

    If you say “Merry Christmas” to one of the Santa hat-wearing staff members in Tokyo Skytree you’ll get an original sticker as a present.

     

    This is just a small peek at some of the exciting things happening at Tokyo Skytree Town® this year. If you’re spending Christmas in Japan’s capital this year, be sure to pay a visit.

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    12.February.2021 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    Japanese company @YOKOHAMA is helping to promote the regional development of Yokohama by collaborating with GUNDAM FACTORY YOKOHAMA using the multimodal mobility service app “my route” with the launch of a campaign.

     

    The campaign is taking place for residents of Yokohama, running from February 8 to 28. All people need to do is download and open the app and fill out the form. Fifty lucky people will have the chance to win a free ticket to GUNDAM FACTORY YOKOHAMA, an amusement park themed on the popular Gundam franchise.

    my route is an app that lets users search for the most affordable way to travel as well as letting them book and buy tickets. @YOKOHAMA’s portal site is also now linked to the app, offering information about local stores, events, and other information regarding Yokohama.

  • hotel koe tokyo Celebrates 3rd Anniversary With Luxurious Financier Strawberry Open Sandwich

    07.February.2021 | FOOD

    hotel koe tokyo is celebrating its third anniversary by serving up a special financier strawberry open sandwich at the koe lobby on the first floor.

    Financier Strawberry Open Sandwich | ¥1,045

    The sandwich is made using a financier bread baked by the hotel koe bakery. This fluffy and airy treat has crunchy sides and sits on top of a bed of fresh cream bathed in crème anglaise. It’s finished with a loaded topping of fresh strawberries which add a sweet and tangy flavour to the sandwich.

     

    If you’re staying in Tokyo this month, don’t miss out on this limited-time treat which is being served from February 8 to 28.

  • Tokyo’s Fancy New Pink Afternoon Tea at THE GRAND GINZA is Topped With Chocolate and Strawberries

    30.January.2021 | FOOD

    THE GRAND GINZA in Tokyo is getting ready for Valentine’s Day and White Day with the revealing of its new afternoon tea menu which will be served from February 1 to March 31.

    The “Pink Afternoon Tea” is a combination of succulent strawberries and fruity ruby chocolate, which is the fourth type of chocolate alongside milk, dark, and white. It includes a ruby hot chocolate for staying warm during these cold winter months, strawberry macarons, strawberries to dip in ruby chocolate, strawberry quiche curry, and other unique items for a mix of sweet and savoury. There’s also a strawberry mille-fuille made with a recipe by Ginza’s famous French restaurant Maxim’s de Paris.

    There are also 18 drinks to choose from including 13 types of teas from TWG. It’s a must-visit for Valentine’s Day.

  • Made in OME: Japan’s Millennials Promote Micro Tourism Project For Ome in Tokyo

    29.January.2021 | SPOT

    Ome—a city located in western Tokyo that’s about an hour’s train ride from the populous Shinjuku. It’s a place enjoyed by many for its hiking and river swimming locales, as well as its architecture, in which one can still feel the influences of Japan’s Edo period, and kindness of the locals.

     

    MATINOEKI OUME, an Ome-based company, recently launched its “Made in OME” project which aims to revitalise the city. The project will create a new kind of Ome through the eyes of the millennial generation. Its goal is to polish and refine the appealing aspects of Ome to offer up new tourism opportunities while bringing in new fans to the city.

    Made in OME’s first step towards that is teaming up with DJ and YouTuber Yuna Yabe and illustrator and streamer MIOCHIN, two models signed to ASOBISYSTEM who will represent the millennial generation as the navigators of this journey as they participate in workshops with local producers and manufacturers, developing a variety of products such as sweets made with ingredients from Ome, like baumkuchen and chocolate rolls, and more.

     

    You can catch their activity live over on MIOCHIN’s official Instagram page. Visit Made in OME’s official website below for more details.

    Yuna Yabe


    MIOCHIN

    The two of them will host a free ‘monitor tour’ on February 21, 2021. These monitor tours aim to have people developing a strong relationship with new products from Ome. Participants will learn about the history and culture of Ome via local producers and manufacturers with products such as sake and indigo dyeing. Made in OME plants to expand their range of tourist monitor tours in the future.

    Local Ome residents will also be invited to the tour in the evening of the same day. Learn all there is to know about Ome at Made in OME’s website which is available in English, Japanese, and Chinese.

  • The Perfect Valentine’s Day Treats in Japan Can Be Found at Tokyo’s Hotel Metropolitan Edmont

    28.January.2021 | FOOD

    Hotel Metropolitan Edmont, a hotel situated in Chiyoda, Tokyo, will celebrate Valentine’s Day with an angelic line-up of sweet treats that will be sold from February 1 to 14.

     

    The Chocolates

    Truffle au Chocolat – Box of 4: ¥1,200 (Before Tax) / Box of 6: ¥1,800 (Before Tax) / Box of 10: ¥3,000 (Before Tax)​

    Indulge in a luscious assortment of four chocolates: the citrus-filled ‘Grand Marnier,’ the slightly bitter ‘Rum,’ the full-bodied and tangy ‘Raspberry,’ and the Uji-matcha packed ‘Matcha.’

    Orangette (Contains 15) | ¥2,000 (Before Tax)

    If you love chocolate combined with fruit, then the Orangette will be your poison, filled with fresh and bitter orange peel and coated in chocolate. It has a distinct refreshing fragrance to it which expands across the taste buds with every bite.

    Raisin Chocolat | ¥1,200 (Before Tax)

    Love rich, full-bodied flavour? These raisins are soaked in French Sauternes wine and covered in dark chocolate. Their fruity flavour makes them a perfect accompaniment to a glass of whisky or bourbon.

     

    The Cakes & Pastries

    Eme | ¥600​

    A perfect pick for Valentine’s Day: a heart-shaped mousse containing rich, velvety chocolate that’s jam-packed with fresh raspberry jelly.

    Brioche Chocolat | ¥260

    Enjoy taking a bite out of this brioche made from butter and egg that’s laced with custard cream and chocolate.

  • Valentine’s Day Treats Cooked Up at The St. Regis Osaka

    26.January.2021 | FOOD

    The St. Regis Osaka, a hotel located in Chuo, Osaka, is seducing couples with the reveal of its luxurious Valentine’s Day dessert line-up which will be sold at the hotel’s Italian restaurant La Veduta from February 1 to 14.

     

    2021 Valentine’s Collection Line-Up

    Valrhona Chocolate Bark | Single Bag: ¥1,200 (Before Tax)

    A bag of irresistible chocolates made using chocolate by the French premium chocolate brand Valrhona. It’s available in three flavours: Milk (Hazelnut/Miso), Dark (Almond/Soy Sauce), and White (Macadamia/Sake Lees).

    Extra Dark Chocolate Gateau Chocolat | ¥2,800 (Before Tax)

    A truly full-bodied chocolate experience made with 61% chocolate that can be indulged chilled or warmed up.

    Valentine’s Edition Valrhona Guanaja & Jivara Lactee Chocolate Éclairs | ¥750 (Before Tax)

    A chocolate cake strip loaded with thick ganache and topped with chocolate-covered hazelnuts to create a bite-sized éclair.

    St Regis Signature Brioche | Set of 3: ¥1,000 (Before Tax)

    A set of three of St Regis’s signature brioches: the extra dark Valrhona chocolate “Danish,” the Valrhona Guanaja & Jivara Lactee chocolate “Ganache,” and the Valrhona “Passion Fruit Inspiration.”

     

    La Veduta’s Italian Valentine’s Day Menu

    Dinner For Two | ¥32,000 (Before Tax)

    The menu line-up at La Veduta features a dinner for two which includes an amuse-bouche, marinated Japanese amberjack, heart-shaped ravioli capresi, Tournedos Rossini beef fillet with tai sea bream, a strawberry tiramisu, and tea snacks.

     

    This is a real indulgence for couples looking for a romantic dining experience or treat.

  • FANCL Ginza Square Opens Onsen Hot Spring That You Can Walk Into Wearing Your Clothes

    22.January.2021 | SPOT

    FANCL has brought the hot spring experience to its flagship site FANCL Ginza Square for a limited time with a variety of content that makes visitors feel like they’ve come to a Japanese onsen. The experience, named Tabi Suru Square Yu, is running until February 11, 2021.

    Café au Lait / Fruit au Lait / Soy Milk Aojiru – ¥300 Each

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    Winter Dinner Seafood Course | From ¥9,000

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    Tomato Cream Pasta Lunch Set ¥1,850

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    FANCL Ginza Square Onsen Essentials Set | ¥3,668

    Breathing exercises at SUU-HAKU

    At Tabi Suru Square Yu, visitors can enter a room that fully recreates the experience of being in a hot spring. The room is set at the same temperature, is filled with the same aromas, and is decorated in the same way. Visitors sit on one of the relaxation sheets to soak up the experience – effectively getting into a hot spring without having to change their clothes.

     

    A variety of classic drinks and dishes sold at hot springs in Japan will also be sold, and visitors can get involved in the breathing exercises on offer.

  • YOKOHAMA AIR CABIN: Japan’s First Permanent Inner-City Cable Car Opens in April

    20.January.2021 | SPOT

    Japan is set to get its first ever permanent city cable car in Yokohama on April 22 called the YOKOHAMA AIR CABIN.

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    The system will be connected directly to Sakuragichō Station and Shinko Pier for easy, quick access to enjoy Yokohama Minato Mirai from up high.

     

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  • Hoshino Resorts BANTA CAFE Releases Video of Magical Beachside Illuminations

    19.January.2021 | SPOT

    The incredible beachside Hoshino Resorts BANTA CAFE, which offers guests a breathtaking ocean view along the Okinawan coast, released a video on the official Hoshino Resorts YouTube page showcasing the cafe’s ongoing illumination event, “Illumi Banta,” which is running until February 28, 2021. Guests can enjoy some limited-time menu options and then take a romantic stroll along the beach with a warm lantern in hand.

    Okinawa is known for its warm climate, rarely dipping below 15°C in the chilly season of winter. There are many celebratory days enjoyed every year around Christmas and New Years, and so BANTA CAFE decided to get in on the action with Illumi Banta, which has been running since December 1 last year—while following the necessary precautions against COVID-19 to ensure everyone stays safe. The spacious cafe is mostly outdoors so visitors can enjoy their time without worry.

     

    A seat at the cafe in on a clear evening guarantees a front row seat to a beautiful orange sunset that sinks into the horizon. Normally, the cafe closes as sunset arrives, but for this event, opening hour have been extended into the night.

     

    BANTA CAFE is located in the village of Yomitan where the beautiful ocean is surrounded by coral reef, enormous rocks, and a rich natural environment. It’s a must-visit if travelling to Okinawa.

  • Nagasaki’s 112 Year Old Hotel Nampuro Opens Terraces With Panoramic Ocean and Sky Views

    19.January.2021 | SPOT

    The 112-year-old Hotel Nampuro in Nagasaki is set to open the new Sky Terrace and Ocean Terrace this month. These vistas offer breathtaking, unbroken views of the sea and sky that make it feel as if you’re floating on the ocean with rolling skies ahead that stretch to the horizon.

    Observation Terrace (1)

    Observation Terrace (2)

    Infinity Pool-Style Open-Air Bath

    Silky Bath

    Beautifying Bubble Baths

    Jacuzzi Bath (Male Only)

    Children’s Bath

    Hinoki Sauna & Steam Sauna

    Iyashi Onsen Cafe

    Rental Open-Air Bath

    The observation terrace offers an incredible panoramic view of the great Ariake Sea that offers a picturesque spectacle at all times of the day. Guests can enjoy seeing the morning, noon, and night skies which merge together with the ocean for an unbeatable result. There’s also a “no talking” rule on the terrace so guests can fully soak up what’s in front of them as they take a luxirous soak in the warm baths.

     

    The infinity pool-style open-air bath offers a refreshing view while making it seem as if you are part of the ocean. The silky bath uses delicate micro bubbles which become an air cushion and promote good blood circulation using massage. The jacuzzi bath relaxes the entire body with stimulating bubbles, while the children’s bath allows kids to get in on the fun too. Both saunas are a change to unwind fatigue and the tired body. The steam sauna is set at a lower temperature than your usual high-temperature dry sauna which ensures it doesn’t have as much strain on the body so guests can sweat it out comfortably. The freshly-brewed coffee available at the hot spring is also exclusive to the hotel’s Onsen Cafe.

  • Universal Studios Japan Announces Easter Universal Celebration 2021

    13.January.2021 | SPOT

    Universal Studios Japan is set to spring into Easter starting on March 12 with the announcement of Universal Easter Celebration 2021. This year, which marks the 20th anniversary since USJ opened, will see the park’s cute and iconic characters once again lull guests into an unforgettable Easter dream at Universal Wonderland and Minion Park.

     

    Universal Easter Celebration

    USJ will see colourful pastel decorations cover the Universal Wonderland and Minion Park areas, and the characters too will be dressed in their seasonal Easter costumes. A special Easter rendition of the Wonderland Seasons Joy show will also take place to commemorate the park’s 20th anniversary with song and dance.

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  • 200 Varieties of Japanese Iris to Bloom at Odawara Flower Garden

    10.January.2021 | SPOT

    The plum blossoms of Odawara Flower Garden, which is located in Odawara, Kanagawa, are at the height of their blossom right now. The park’s Keiryu no Baien (“Mountain Stream Plum Garden”) area boasts the largest collection of plum blossoms in Japan’s Kanto region, with 480 trees spanning 200 species.

    480 individual Japanese ayame plum blossoms of 200 varieties will adorn the garden once again this year. The event has a different theme each year, with this year’s focusing on the interweaving of red and white coloured flowers on each tree branch.

    Visitors will be able to see the beautiful colour combination from many different iris varieties such as the murui-shibori which sometimes sees red safflowers come to life, the wachigai which witnesses wonderful variegated flowering, the impeccably beautiful maki-tateyama, and more.

     

    2021 Keiryu no Baien
    Running: January 23, 2021 – March 7, 2021
    Location: Odawara Flower Garden
    Address: 3798-5 Kuno, Odawara, Kanagawa
    Entry: Free
    Parking: Free
    Opening Hours: 9:00-17:00

    *No holidays for the duration of the event – open every day

     

    Keiryu no Baien Guide Tour

    Takayuki Otsubo, the president of the garden, is also an advisor on the management of its plants. He will be offering a detailed tour for the event.

     

    Date: February 21, 2021
    Times: 10:30 / 13:30 (1 hour each)
    Participation: Free
    Capacity: 30 per slot (first-come, first-served)

    *Tour will be held seated indoors if it rains

     

    Keiryu no Baien Flowers and Kimono Girls

    A kimono rental and fitting service will be available at the event so visitors can take photo next to the gorgeous flowers while adorned in traditional Japanese dress.

     

    Date: February 13, 2021
    Time: 9:30-16:00 (Bookable slots)
    Price: ¥3,000 (Tax/Rental/Fitting included)
    No. of People: 15 (Booking required)
    Bookings: By phone call by February 7, 2021
    TEL: 0465-34-2814

    *Must be at least 140m tall
    *Visitors are asked to do their own makeup
    *Male kimono are available in limited quantities

     

    Plum Menu

    The Odawara Flower Garden cafe, Cafe Hibiscus, is serving a selection of plum blossom themed meals and drinks for the festival. This includes the above-pictured new soba noodle dish, which is topped with plum pulp grown in Odawara as well as kamaboko fish cake, shrimp fritters, and spring onion. The broth in particular is worth of note which the staff went to great lengths to create. There’s also plum blossom ice cream too made with nanko plums, as well as other delicious bites.

     

    Plum Blossom Festival Soba Noodles – ¥600 (Tax Included) / With Drink ¥700 (Tax Included)

    Plum Ice Cream – ¥380 (Tax Included)

    Location: Cafe Hibiscus
    Opening Hours: 10:00-16:00 (Last Orders 15:30)
    *No holidays for the duration of the event – open every day

     

    Plum Blossom Souvenirs


    A selection of plum blossom-themed souvenirs will be available like umeboshi dried plum, plum jelly, and more.

     

    Available: From early January 2021
    Location: Entrance souvenir corner
    Opening Hours: 9:00-17:00

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