Michi-no-Eki Karamushi Ori-no-Sato (Roadside Station)

Michi-no-Eki Karamushi Ori-no-Sato (Roadside Station)

The tradition of weaving ‘karamushi' (plant fiber from nettles, known as 'Ramie") has been handed down in Showa Village for generations. Learn more about this tradition at this facility, which house a shop selling locally-produced goods, and an area where you can try ramie weaving for yourself.

Venue Details

Venue Details
Website http://www.vill.showa.fukushima.jp/sato.stm (Japanese)
Contact

Michi-no-Eki Karamushi Ori-no-Sato (Roadside Station)

(+81) 241-58-1655

info@Karamushi.co.jp

Best Season All Year
Opening Hours

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

No regular holidays

Parking Available
Entrance Fee Free entrance. There are charges for craft experiences.
Access Details
Access Azauenohara 1, Sagura, Showa Village, Onuma District, Fukushima Pref. 968-0215 View directions
Getting there

By Car:

  • 35 min by taxi or rental car from Aizu-Tajima Station (Aizu Railway).
  • 1 hour drive from Ouchi-juku
  • 1 hour 15 min drive from central Aizu-Wakamatsu City.

By Bus:

  • 35 min by bus from JR Aizu-Kawaguchi Station (JR Tadami Line).
  • Get off the bus at Shimosagura bus stop, then walk for 3 min.

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