- Atelier Sakurako
- 30-15 Kakisaki Shimoda City
What is the specialty of this instructor?I love and pass on the tradition of Chirimen, crepe craftwork, to people.
ProfileIt is my 36th year since I move to Shimoda. I am from Hiroshima. I was fascinated by the charm of Izu as soon as I settled here. I began crepe craftwork 25 years ago. I am now familiar with neighborhood and get along with the people around here. I pass on the tradition of crepe craft and the goodness of Shimoda to those who come to Sakurako. People often say I am a modern madam, who loves strolling along the Harris's path.
CommentThere are workshop programs from making small workpieces to hanging decorations. I also display handmade goods, for sale. I sell the popular doll named "Sakurako Chan useful for you" at the Kawazu Sakura (cherry blossom) Festival in February.
We are located near the front gate of the famous Gyokusenji Temple. Please visit me at my ’Atelier Sakurako,' an old house filled with charming crepe craftworks and nostalgic funiture. An old jukebox, which is my favorite, is the 1st made in Japan by Victor Company, brought from my hometown in Hiroshima.
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I love the time of sunset at the Harris's Path at Kakisaki.
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The taste of Ishizuka's soba is wonderful and the hospitality of staffs is quite agreeable, too. The house is in the sukiya style, kept calm, and makes us feel settled.
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Minshuku Nomisan is old-fashioned good-natured inn. Guests can stay with casual feeling as if being at their relative's. The mistress is simple and pleasant. I feel nostalgic Showa(era) days, whenever I meet her.
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