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Myojin Pond

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Myojin Pond

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Chinto, Hagi 758-0011 Yamaguchi Prefecture
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Guided Cycling tour in Hagi with Sake Brewery Visit
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Guided Cycling tour in Hagi with Sake Brewery Visit

Tour Concept<br>Our new project “FURUSATO Cycling” tour is launched to offer an experience in which you can fully enjoy the “REAL HAGI”. We offer a guided cycling tour where you will be able to feel the local life and visit special spots which usually cannot be visited, while cycling through the beautiful countryside. <br><br>Our first tour project is centered on Japanese rice wine “sake”. We will follow the “made-in-Hagi sake” brewing process showing where the rice and water ingredients are collected. Also, we will be visiting the local sake brewery and rice polishing facility.<br><br>・Length of the course: Approx. 11 km.<br>・Time of tour: 3 hours 30 minutes<br>・Bike brand: Giant<br>・Equipped with a mud guard (rear wheel), a pouch and a drink holder.<br><br>* Private tours are also available *<br>Recommended for those who want to go around at their own pace and those who want to spend their private time.<br>Lunch is also available.<br>If you wish, please contact us separately.
$79.26 per adult
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tes108 wrote a review Jan 2019
Newcastle, Australia598 contributions175 helpful votes
Such fun, a mix of fish resulting from a mix of sea and fresh water swim around waiting to be fed and you can buy some bread to feed them that the massive birds swoop down to grab. Walk up behind the pond to the shrine and then the air cave. Hagi glass factory is just round the corner and lovely to admire.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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jeff h wrote a review Jan 2017
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Loved this place! Pay 100 yen (roughly $1) and get bread to feed either the fish or throw the bread into the air and hawk-like birds called Tonbi (Black Kites) will swoop down and catch the bread in the air! If you come to Hagi you have to visit this pond!
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Date of experience: January 2017
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