Wasanbon craft activity near Kotohira-gu Shrine
Wasanbon is a type of sugar traditionally produced in the eastern part of Shikoku, mainly in Kagawa and Tokushima Prefecture. The characteristics of Wasanbon are a unique flavor and fine particles that melt smoothly in your mouth. The name "Wasanbon" derives from the confectionary process, where sugar is polished three (san) times on a tray (bon).
In the craft activity, Wasanbon is mixed with water, kneaded well and put into molds. Half-dried Wasanbon has a supreme flavor that can only be enjoyed on the spot by class participants.
After the activity, you can take your Wasanbon home in a beautiful box. Why don't you give it to someone as a souvenir?
|Address||696 Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa|
|Website||Visit Website (Japanese only)|
|Business Hours||9:00 - 16:00|
|Closed||Open all year round|
|Fee||Wasanbon craft activity: 1,480 yen per person|
|Time Required||40-50 minutes|
7 minutes walk from JR Kotohira Station
15 minutes from Zentsuji IC by car
|Parking||20 large buses, 25 passenger cars|
|Notes||Capacity: 2-40 people|