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Obiyamachi Itchome Shopping Street

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Obiyamachi Itchome Shopping Street

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1 Obiyamachi, Kochi 780-0841 Kochi Prefecture
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Stay at 250 year old Japanese House in the Mountainous Countryside in Kochi
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Stay at 250 year old Japanese House in the Mountainous Countryside in Kochi

With this tour you will be able to stay at traditional Japanese house with over 250 years of history and also explore a Japanese paper making workshop. <br><br>When you enter your stay you will notice immediately the traditional vibes. You will see a huge Irori (old fashioned Japanese sunken hearth) a samurai armor, Goemonburo (metal bathtub heated from beneath, that was used in Japanese home), and a Iwafuro (Rock bath). <br><br>During your stay you will experience the great natural beauty, and experience living like the olden times of Japan. For dinner, you will gather around the Irori, where you can enjoy cooking the fresh seasonal ingredients with the hostesses. <br><br>Lastly you will be able to visit the workplace of where they make Japanese paper. <br><br>You will be able to take part in the paper making process and also learn about the traditional technique of the Tosa Japanese paper making!
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David B wrote a review Sep 2019
Delray Beach, Florida1,137 contributions218 helpful votes
A covered walking street with many shops, stores and places to eat. The merchants put the welcome mat out for the cruise ships in port and some offered free watermelon, tea and treats when we were there.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Christie F wrote a review Jun 2019
Honolulu113 contributions19 helpful votes
Enjoyed some of the shops in kochi, including bakery with some excellent bread...also. I sited nearby Sunday farmers market that was really interesting. All kinds of fruit and vegetables that were large and colorful. Tried some strawberries and to ottos both of which juicy and sweet. Also tried some tempura sweet potato that was SO delicious
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Ronni68 wrote a review Apr 2019
Canberra, Australia301 contributions84 helpful votes
The long covered streetwalks are a great way to wander in comfort, but as a shopping destination I wouldn't rate it well at all.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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RandR1948 wrote a review Jan 2019
Boynton Beach, Florida271 contributions94 helpful votes
Even in the heat with the roof covering, it can be warm. Nice mix of shops and stores for shopping and a quick lunch.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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OcalaTraveler2011 wrote a review Dec 2018
Ocala, Florida481 contributions214 helpful votes
We were visiting Kochi from a cruise ship. We had shuttled to the bus depot a couple blocks away and started walking. We missed the mall the first time we passed it because we were on the other side of the street. We made a course correction and entered this shopping district - essentially a covered outdoor mall. We walked the length of the mall, stopping at several stores along the way. What took me by surprise was that at two points in the "mall" there were streets with vehicular traffic that crossed right through the pedestrian areas. I was lost in thought and almost walked in front of a moving truck. Vehicular traffic aside, this was an interesting experience for us. We browsed among the stores and were surprised at how much of the merchandise for sale was either jewelry or personal care products. We were also surprised that the stores have some of their merchandise displayed out in front of the stores. This told me that the Japanese are more honest than some other cultures. If you are in town and don't have a tour booked, this is a worthwhile experience.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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