asa no yakata(Asa museum, Soba restaurant)Asano Yakata
Asanoyakata is a hemp museum that is the origin of the village name Miasa. In the exhibition room on the 2nd floor, photos of hemp cultivation work, tools, literature, and the actual hemp at the time of shipment are introduced. Miasa Village disappeared on January 18, 1 due to the merger with Omachi City, but you can see the history of the former Miasa Village through the history of hemp. The store on the first floor sells Miasa soba and oyaki.It introduces the traditional eating habits of this region where rice yields were low and rice could not be eaten.
|Name of facility||asa no yakata(Asa museum, Soba restaurant)Asano Yakata|
|Address||〒399-9101Omachi City Miasa Shingyo 14004|
|Museum Hours of Operation||11: 00-15: 00 (Closed due to Corona from April 2020, 4)|
|Museum Holidays||Closed on Thursdays (open on public holidays), New Year's holidays (December 12-January 31), temporary closure due to construction, etc.|
|Museum Admissions Fee||Free for meals, 200 yen for general (high school students and above), 100 yen for elementary and junior high school students, inquiries for groups|
|Parking Lot||Normal 20 units, large 3 units (free)|