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Featured Destination on our Japanese Nikkei Ancestry Tours vacation series.
Looking for a quaint countryside experience in Japan? Then come visit Setochi Jam’s Garden & Farm in Suo Oshima during your next stay in Yamaguchi. Using only the best organic ingredients the countryside has to offer, Setochi Jam’s Garden has more than 30 different kinds of unique jams available during the seasons like apple, kiwi, and chestnut jam. Guests can even sample the unique jams at the tasting area before they make a purchase to ensure they leave with the perfect jar of fresh jam. But beware, you might end up wanting to purchase all of the delicious jams after getting a taste of them! What makes this jam garden even more unique is that visitors can watch the jam-making process to see how exactly these delicious concoctions are created. During certain fruit seasons, visitors can even experience fruit-picking in their garden.
Located next to the jam shop is a quaint cafe with a view of the sea. The cafe offers treats including ice cream and sweet pizza, and of course, toast and scones served with their delicious handmade jam. If you couldn't decide on which jams to take home but still want to try them all, Japan Deluxe Tours definitely recommends spending some time at the cafe. There's plenty of fresh jam to enjoy at the garden, or just relax with to the sounds of the ocean before returning home from your Japan tour. If you're a fan of jam or just want to see a different side of Japan, come explore Suo Oshima during Japan Deluxe Tour's fully-guided line of Nikkei Ancestry Japan Tours packages or with a custom Japan tour holiday through Southern Japan!
Museum on hardships and contributions made by emigrants in Hawaii
Beautiful all year round and appointed National Significant Scenery
Japan's largest and longest limestone cave with underground waterfalls
Series of five wooden arches on the Nishiki River
Museum dedicated to the history of the Japanese who migrated to North and South America.
Established in 1958 with a museum dedicated to Tomitaro Makino, Father of Japanese Botany
Japanese garden filled with pink and yellow peonies
Sole surviving ship of the three built during the late 1920's used by Japanese emigrants