A hand weaving classes to experience the textile technology developed in Kawaguchiko area.
Oishi Tsumugi (Silk) Traditional Workshop
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traditional handcraft center introduces a hand-woven pongee which has been handed down in the area since the Edo Period. There are looms displayed in the center, and traditional hand weaving can be observed.
A workshop with the whole view of Mt. Fuji
Craft House Dallas Village
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Relaxing with the beauty and aroma of herbs.
Kawaguchiko Monkey Show Theater
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It is a facility representing the town of herbs, Fujikawaguchiko City,located at the south side of Lake Kawaguchiko. Visitors can enjoy the beauty of herbs and hands-on classes. Aromatherapy can be received
Enjoying the hand crafting technique.
Fuji Katsuyama Bamboo Traditional Workshop
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Visitors can observe the bamboo basket making which has been handed down in the area since the Edo Period. The basket, which have just completed is sold on the spot. They offer hands-on learning programs for elementary and junior high school students.
An atelier on “Karamatsu-no Moriji”
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For blueberry jam making and blueberry picking
Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center
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It was built at the north side of Lake Kawaguchiko in Oishi Park for the purpose to promote agriculture of blueberry. Visitors can make jam and pick blueberries in summer. There is a cafe to enjoy blueberries.
Nostalgic thatched roofs
Saiko Iyashi-no-sato Nenba
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There are private houses with thatched roofs at the location beholding Mt. Fuji. Nostalgic original Japanese landscape spreads out. Fun places such as an experience-type facility, restaurants, and museum are in the area. It is a new sightseeing spot in Fujikawaguchiko Town.
Glass and ceramic workshop
Kawaguchiko Craft Park
|Fujikawaguchiko T. Map D-2||TEL:0555-20-4123|
There are many different experience-type workshops such as “Tonbodama” glass ball, sandblasting, bottle art, and new stained glass in the park. Beginners are welcomed. You can take the ‘one-on-a-kind’ work home as a souvenir.
Enjoy yourself to the full in nature
Kawaguchiko Field Center
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In the forty hectare of land, there is a walking trail to feel nature on your skin.
Stroll along the trail and look for wild animals and plants and lava tree mold. They offer a class to make a glass paperweight with pressed flowers inside.