Yunokuni no Mori

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Traditional Japanese Handicraft Village

Traditional Japanese Handicraft Village

The Yunokuni no Mori is a traditional Japanese handicraft village in Komatsu, Ishikawa. The village features old thatched-roofed houses into the complex, and each house showcases a different arts & crafts of Ishikawa. There are also stations where guests can participate in learning and practicing some of the handicraft techniques. Guests can enjoy a wide-range of activities, including pottery, silk-dyeing, and soba making. There is also a souvenir shop that sells what you need to continue practicing on your own.

Have a hand at traditional Japanese crafts for yourself by joining any of our Takayama Festival tours!

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