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Umekama Museum Yumeikan, Toyama
(3.8/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
Umekama Museum Yumeikan is located in Toyama. To visit Umekama Museum Yumeikan and get the most from your holiday in Toyama, create itinerary details personal to you using our Toyama tourist route planner.
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  • Kamaboko-making experience, but this is surprisingly will be hooked. Color of sea bream, last steamed, boiled fish paste to me. Vacuum pack according to your desire even to me so relieved in the first half of the trip, you can keep. Cod tastes good feel delicious. Boiled fish paste made gladly ate children.
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  • "Toyama kamaboko, scroll plate, not in red roll, seaweed roll and to wedding gift crafted many used kamaboko" until is visited here I knew tales of how to make a real and material, why tangle of crafted and toured the manufacturing process of kamaboko, and came to understand how to make. However, where individual travelers inconvenience was very. Walked along the jōganji River charges twice considered buses, 30-minute walk from lishuiqiao station by train and not less time, less frequent, but it was lost. But products are souvenir shops and delicious tasting, was satisfied.
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  • Toyama is leading producer of decorative kamaboko and did not know. I went on the recommendation of an acquaintance. After touring the craftsmanship in kamaboko-making experience, was delighted the children. In the taste zone ornament kamaboko tasting and sales. Children's hands-on Museum clean.
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