・Takeya: A shop selling Gohei mochi and Mitarashidango. It is a popular local shop, freshly made when ordered. ・Seki Kaji Denshokan: Find out all about Seki's swords here! Understand the manufacturing process to the history from the simple, easy to understand explanations. Take the opportunity to admire the many Japanese swords on display. ・Noshusekisho chaya: Take a break in an old Seki style building. If you are looking to purchase gourmet Seki souvenirs, please purchase them here. ・Feather Museum: The world's first cutlery museum. Have you ever thought about the concept of "cutting"? You can experience many forms of cutting, including pressing, scraping, from the stone age to the future. It is a museum that is both enjoyable and educational for children! ・Gifuken Hamono Kaikan: A spot where you can purchase cutlery made in Seki including kitchen knives, scissors, and other kitchen goods! Please let your guide know what kind of knife you are looking for. In addition, you might be lucky to see a knife sharpening! ・Tsujiya: A famous unagi (eel) store where many repeaters come even from out of the prefecture. The store is large with many seats, however it is always busy at lunchtimes. Why not try the long-established unagi store recommended by the locals? ・Seki Zenkoji: Experience "manji kaidanmeguri" inside the temple. Walk along the dark corridor, if you touch the key it is said your wishes will come true.