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Awa City Enjoyment Demons Go - Wasanbon, Tarai Udon, and Tsuchihashira Sightseeing

Wansanbon, an up-and-coming store of traditional sugar and wasanbon ※写真はイメージです。 Our destination is Wasanbon Wansanbon. It is a store that deals in wasanbon (a type of Japanese confectionery), and they offer a drying experience. It has been featured on TV and other media, attracting visitors from outside the prefecture, and is sure to increase in popularity in the future. What is Wasanbon? It is a type of sugar traditionally produced in eastern Shikoku, mainly in Kagawa and Tokushima prefectures. It has a unique flavor similar to that of mellow brown sugar, and is characterized by its pale yellow color, fine ...

Udatsu, a beautiful townscape born out of the vanity and elegance of wealthy merchants

In Wakimachi, Mima City, there is a place called "Udatsu no Machinami. I heard it is a rather famous spot, but I didn't even know it existed until I went there for work when I was 23 years old. A beautiful townscape born of the vanity and elegance of wealthy merchants I had heard that it was going to be quite hot that day (July 15), so I thought, "Well, why don't we go early in the morning so we can get a good look?" So I headed for Wakimachi from 4:00 in the morning for a drive. It's a ...

Indigo Dyeing Experience, Stopping at a Roadside Station, Looking at Prisons, and Warehouses on Stilts.

Unable to get on the boat, I was completely sulking and ran out of Naruto with a pout. I somehow passed by "Ai no Yakata" and "Asutamu Land" and when I approached Kamiita-cho, I found a sign that caught my attention. The "Hall of Techniques"! What is it? You're making me curious! Once I got curious, there was no way to stop. We drove through a very narrow street, and once we made a wrong turn, we pulled into a rickety parking lot. Wow, the building has quite a nice facade. But there is no sign of anyone. I'll go ...

I, who was born and raised in Tokushima, enjoyed sightseeing in Tokushima alone.

This week we toured the western part of Tokushima Prefecture. First of all, I drove from 6:00 a.m. to cross the Kazura Bridge. From where I live, it takes about two hours. So we left early in the morning when it would be relatively empty. Now it's time to go to Kazura Bridge! We encounter a rat catcher rather quickly and are greatly freaked out, but since we are driving safely to begin with, we pass through without any problems. But the policemen are hard to deal with at 6:30 in the morning. I was unfamiliar with the area around ...

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