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Onsen Gastronomy


Introduce an exquisite trip that you can fully utilize the five senses.
Enjoying the Japanese cuisine "Washoku", one of the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, and being healed by the Japanese hot spring "Onsen"!
First of all, you may think about what is Gastronomy tourism. Gastronomy is not commonly used which means that not only enjoying delicious meals but also knowing the local ingredients, culture, and history. What we introduce here is how to enjoy “food”, not just “eat”.

For example, food products vary greatly depending on the landform, weather, and other factors.
Japan is a small island country, long north to south, surrounded by four different ocean currents, 70% of the land is mountainous, and the weather is different in each city. Such characteristics enable Japan to produce many local foods. You will then visit farms, ranches, and harbors where you can try local foods, and find out why the food caught there is delicious.

Also, how to cook ingredients is closely related to food culture and history. It is also interesting to enjoy the food while knowing the history in a local specialty restaurant that is unique to the area.

Furthermore, a hot spring is a good place to experience with gastronomy. Sightseeing, walking around and eating foods, then visit Japanese hot spring "Onsen".
Japan, the world's leading hot spring country, has hot springs in all prefectures, with more than 3,000 hot springs destinations and more than 20,000 hot springs. In each hot spring, there are ways to enjoy more than just entering the hot spring.

For example, you can stroll around nostalgic and classic Japanese atmospheric Onsen town where many hot springs are accumulated in the town.

You can also enjoy the scenery at the open-air hot spring. You can see the open ocean, the rivers and waterfalls flowing through the valley, and the mountains that spread throughout the seasons. There is no doubt that everyday fatigue will disappear quickly and you can relax.

How is it? "Onsen" and "Gastronomy" can be combined as "Onsen Gastronomy Tourism". If you have a chance to visit Japan, why not try both Onsen and Gastronomy Tourism.

Onsen Gastronomy


Introduce an exquisite trip that you can fully utilize the five senses.
Enjoying the Japanese cuisine "Washoku", one of the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, and being healed by the Japanese hot spring "Onsen"!
First of all, you may think about what is Gastronomy tourism. Gastronomy is not commonly used which means that not only enjoying delicious meals but also knowing the local ingredients, culture, and history. What we introduce here is how to enjoy “food”, not just “eat”.

For example, food products vary greatly depending on the landform, weather, and other factors.
Japan is a small island country, long north to south, surrounded by four different ocean currents, 70% of the land is mountainous, and the weather is different in each city. Such characteristics enable Japan to produce many local foods. You will then visit farms, ranches, and harbors where you can try local foods, and find out why the food caught there is delicious.

Also, how to cook ingredients is closely related to food culture and history. It is also interesting to enjoy the food while knowing the history in a local specialty restaurant that is unique to the area.

Furthermore, a hot spring is a good place to experience with gastronomy. Sightseeing, walking around and eating foods, then visit Japanese hot spring "Onsen".
Japan, the world's leading hot spring country, has hot springs in all prefectures, with more than 3,000 hot springs destinations and more than 20,000 hot springs. In each hot spring, there are ways to enjoy more than just entering the hot spring.

For example, you can stroll around nostalgic and classic Japanese atmospheric Onsen town where many hot springs are accumulated in the town.

You can also enjoy the scenery at the open-air hot spring. You can see the open ocean, the rivers and waterfalls flowing through the valley, and the mountains that spread throughout the seasons. There is no doubt that everyday fatigue will disappear quickly and you can relax.

How is it? "Onsen" and "Gastronomy" can be combined as "Onsen Gastronomy Tourism". If you have a chance to visit Japan, why not try both Onsen and Gastronomy Tourism.

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