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2-3-1 Obiyamachi, Kochi 780-0841 Kochi Prefecture
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Gateway to the Japan ’s last frontier, Niyodo Blue
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Gateway to the Japan ’s last frontier, Niyodo Blue

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・ We will take you to Kobuchi and Nakatsu valley in the sacred place of Niyodo River, the clearest stream in Japan, where the water quality is the unexplored region and the original scenery of Japan.<br>・ It is a hidden power spot where it is difficult for Japanese tourists to go.<br>・ The coordinator will come in a chartered vehicle in cooperation with the driver.<br>・ We will take you to the mysterious spots you haven't seen yet, in response to your tour requirements.<br>・ After visiting the tea plantations of Niyodogawa, which is said to be the best in Japan, enjoy tea.<br>-We will talk about the tradition of tea making and the secrets of developing new tea desserts from mothers of producers.
$1,470.54 per adult
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Minxdragon wrote a review Nov 2019
Melbourne, Australia93 contributions31 helpful votes
The quality of food is unbelievable, so fresh and well made, sit with a group and make some new friends in this lovely communal setting. Do keep an eye out for the flags because it can be easy to miss! A wonderful stop near the castle for lunch and a drink.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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ToffeeMike wrote a review Sep 2019
Upton, United Kingdom112 contributions12 helpful votes
The seared tuna from the market with a cold beer was amazing. One of the nicest taste experiences I have had. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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CCorpuz wrote a review Aug 2019
93 contributions15 helpful votes
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This place was amazing. We went for lunch and had quality food from different vendors and the prices were all very reasonable. The atmosphere was friendly with family and friends gathering for a Sunday meal and drinks. Great place to be on a hot day, as it was air-conditioned. Plenty of seatings and drinks galore! For the non drinkers, there were also shops to get little souvenirs from.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Greg & Fiona Scott wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom153 contributions11 helpful votes
We stayed at the centrally located Richmond Hotel, so it was only a 5-minute walk down the mall to Hirome Market. It's a vibrant market with a huge variety of restaurant stalls to choose from, with central seating. You're spoiled for choice with what to have for dinner, and if you're in a Group, everyone can go to a different place to order food, but you all sit together. We went on a Wednesday evening, and it was very popular and busy. Our only bugbear is people smoke there!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Andrea wrote a review May 2019
88 contributions13 helpful votes
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If you want to try local food in a cool atmosphere, you really need to visit Hirome Ichiba! I highly recommend it if you're looking for a cool dining experience with the authentic Kochi's vibe. You can buy a bento from the market inside or order some food and drinks from one of the many food stalls. Don't miss to try "Katsuo-no-tataki" (seared bonito), one of Kochi specialities!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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