Folk Art Building Matsuyoshi

Matsuyoshi- A shop where you can meet with the Byakkotai

Located about 30 seconds from the entrance to Iimoriyama, this shop offers souvenirs for sale, dining, a café, and more. (Parking available)Tours of Iimoriyama and Byakkotai-sword dance demonstrations are also available. (Reservations required) A variety of Aizu specialties and souvenirs are available, including Aizu Hongo-pottery, painted candles (e-rousoku), Aizu laquerware, Akabeko, Kitakata ramen, sake, and snacks. If you are looking for a local place to take a break, please visit our relaxing store. The place where the “Byakkotai Art” event began. *you can also enjoy painting a variety of goods as well. Examples: photo frames, glass cups, headbands, glassware, wooden swords, T-shirts, and more.

【TEL】0242-24-2503 【Business hours】8:00~18:00【Regular holiday】Open throughout the year

【Fee】Meals: Starting at 600 yen~Café(As of March 1, 2017)

【Access】By Car: 15 minutes from the Aizuwakamatsu IC exit

By Bus: 20 seconds on foot from the Haikara-san "Imoriyamashita" bus stop

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