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Saiko 'Iyashi no sato NENBA'May.25,2016

Hello, everyone.
We are helding Saiko 'Iyashi no sato NENBA' tour until June 17th.

I went there with my son.
In there you can see old Japanese houses and experience traditional craft.


There is wasabi farm.
Wasabi only grows under highly specific conditions, and, most of all, it needs clean, running water.

You can see KOINOBORI during May.
It means "carp streamer" in Japanese, are carp-shaped wind socks traditionally flown in Japan to celebrate Tango no sekku, a traditional calendrical event which is now designated a national holiday; Children's Day.
KOINOBORI is decorated in honor of children for a good future and in the hope that they will grow up healthy and strong.
My son love it!

I recommend you to wear costumes like Samurai, Ninja, Japanese lord and so on.

Tour schedule is below;
10:00 Leave Kaneyamaen
10:30 Arive Saiko 'Iyashi no sato NENBA'
11:00 Leave Saiko 'Iyashi no sato NENBA'
12:00 Lake Kawaguchiko for lunch on your own
13:00 Visit Akafuji winery for shopping
14:10 Leave Akafuji winery
14:20 Arrive Kawaguchiko Station
14:30 Arrive Fujisan Station
14:40 Arrive Kaneyamaen

Please join us.

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