Akagawara Shop #1
The building, once a soy-sauce refinement factory of a big old soy sauce manufacturer, radiates modern atmosphere with shops selling various Kurayoshi local products, handmade accessories, and crepe crafts. There is also a café.
Akagawara Shop #3 Nakano Bamboo Crafts Factory
Various works are available from sophisticated modern ones to traditional ones with aura.
Akagawara Shop #5 Cafe Kura
The first floor is a shop of folk arts with a focus on the works of local artists. The second floor is a cafeteria whose popular menu item is Ishiusu coffee that consists of beans ground with a stone mortar served with unground Azuki (red) beans.
Akagawara Shop #6 Kuwata Soy Sauce Brewery
The old soy sauce shop (established in 1877) is a merchant house. The soy sauce displayed in the store is produced by the traditional method with a great deal of time and care. Sweets with soy sauce including its original "soy sauce ice cream" are also tasty.
Akagawara Shop #7 Gensui Shuzo (Brewery)
Established in the Kaei era (between 1848-1854), the taste of its sake is much appreciated nationwide and it has received various laurels. The factory, 5 minutes of drive from the store, is popular for a brewery visit.
Akagawara Shop #8 Kurayoshi Furusato Souvenir Shop
The confectionary shop "Torazo" has local sweets and other goods suitable for gifts.
Akagawara Shop #10 Kurayoshi Tourist Information Center
The Tourist Information Center accepts reservations for tour guides , offers
||2568 Uomachi, Kurayoshi, Tottori
|| 8:30 - 17:00
||Open 365 days
||Use tourist parking areas
Akagawara Shop #11 Togei-kan (Ceramic Arts Studio)
An old vacant building was renovated with an electric kiln, and the pottery produced here is named Utsubuki-yaki. Everyone including tourists can experience pottery making.
The experience fee: 2000 yen
Fee breakdown: clay (500g) 500 yen, completion: 1500 yen)
We also bake and glaze the pottery, and send it by parcel (fair collect).
A group of up to approximately 40 people can be accepted.
Akagawara Shop #12 (Souvenior Shop KUWA)
Sells small items, picture cards and food products produced by the hands of local people.
Akagawara Shop #13 (Shirakabe Club)
A well-known Western-style restaurant that only uses locally grown food.The restaurant's building was built in 1908 and was formerly Daisan Bank's Kurayoshi Branch (state owned at the time).