Umekama Museum

Toyama’s local specialty “Kamaboko”
Learn about the history and manufacturing process of this interesting local food through picture story shows, videos and dioramas. You can also view the workers making Kamaboko from behind a glass window, or try making Kamaboko for yourself in a hands-on class (fee applies and reservation required); fun for everyone from children to seniors.
Address 10-3-5 Mizuhashikainazaki
Hour 9:00 - 16:30 (weekdays, Sat), 9:00 - 16:00 (Sun, nat. hol.)
Closed Wed, around the New Year’s Day
Cost Free (Kamaboko making: ¥1,500, 40 min duration * Advanced booking required)
Access 5 min by car / 30-min walk from Ainokaze Toyama Railway Mizuhashi Station
30 min by car from Toyama IC
20 min by car from Tateyama IC

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