Tajima no Kura has a clear open space, and was made to look like a Kura (a Japanese warehouse, with thick walls, used to store valuables during natural disasters). A wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables are delivered by local farmers on the daily. There is also a restaurant area with the fragrant smell of wood, where visitors can enjoy popular items including seasonal okowa (mixed rice) and obanzai (traditional style of Japanese cooking native to Kyoto) as well as many dishes that include local specialty foods including Jamongan rice, and Yoka Pork. Visitors may also enjoy the ashiyu (foot bath) to rid of the travel fatigue.
241-1 Yokacho Takayanagi, Yabu City
Dining Area 11AM-6:30PM／Gift Shop 9AM-7PM／Takeout Area 9AM-5PM