Kaiko-no-Sato is most noted for its Mulberry Udon, a specialty product made by kneading mulberry leaves into noodles. Made by local mothers, the dish uses only local ingredients for a true “taste of home.” Visitors are welcome to enjoy the homey atmosphere next to a relaxing hearth. Meanwhile, the memorial hall introduces visitors to Morikuni Uegaki, responsible for spreading sericulture techniques and technology throughout the Tajima area.
|Spot Name||Kaiko-no-Sato / Morikuni Uegaki Memorial Hall|
246-2 Oya-cho Kuragaki, Yabu City
|Hours||10:00 am – 4:00 pm|
|Fixed Holidays||[Kaiko-no-Sato] Monday – Friday, Winter
[Memorial Hall] Mondays, Tuesdays, New Year’s holiday