What to Expect
Kasama in Ibaraki prefecture is famous as a town of the ceramic art because a lot of ceramists live there.
There are a lot of potteries and galleries in the downtown and can enjoy a ceramic art experience and shopping.
Kasama Ceramic Museum and Kasama Nichido Museum are good place to enjoy ceramic art.
Within the town, you can move to sopt to sopt by Kasama tour Bus smoothly.
Another attraction is a historic Kasama Inari Shrine, one of Japan's three biggest Inari shrines.
Approach to the shrine there are many shops and restaurant. You can enjoy local atmosphere and local food. Inarizushi ( Sushi Pockets) is recommended food in Kasama. It is vinegared rice balls wrapped in deep fried tofu pockets. Many shops offer original Inarizuhsi. Enjoy !