Yabusame is a ceremonial form of archery and this is one of the three major performances in the Kanto region.
Kasama Inari Shrine (笠間稲荷神社) is one of the three largest Inari Okami shrines in Japan, having been awarded the ancient court rank of Senior First Grade. According to legends associated with the shrine, it was founded in 651 during the reign of Emperor Kotoku, indicating a history extending over some thirteen centuries. [Wikipedia]
20 minute walk from JR Kasama Station (Mito Line)
15 minute drive from the Kitakanto Expressway (when exiting at Kasama West IC or Tomobe IC)
Every autumn, Ibaraki hosts the Kasama Kiku Matsuri, an amazing chrysanthemum festival in the grounds of the historic Kasama I..
Kasama is home to one of Japan's three most important Inari fox shrines at Kasama Inari Shrine. The small city in northern Ibaraki..
If you’re looking for a cool place to eat in Kasama, look no further than the mysteriously named Wasugazen Cafe nestled in the..
This laid-back eatery offers high quality soba, udon, and tempura meal sets with quite a lot of volume
One of the country's most high profile ceramic art centers, full of innovative modern art from both local and international..
Kasama Craft Hills in the Ibaraki prefecture is where people head to for all things pottery. Discover your talent for creating earthenware..
Kasama Geijyut sunomori Park is located in Ibaraki and is renowned for its ceramics and pottery. This scenic park has a lot to..