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Day as a Mikan Farmer! Ehime Mikan Picking, Marmalade Making

Enjoy a day on the mikan farm while harvesting fresh mandarin oranges with local farmers in Yawatahama, Ehime prefecture. Make fresh juice and homemade marmalade from the premium unshu mikan picked from beautiful mountainside terraced farms.
from¥16,176
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Fresh Seafood & Scallop Shell Lampshade Workshop in Ehime

Spend the day in Ainan Town, a charming port town in Ehime. Decorate a lampshade using colorful noble scallop shells (Jewel of the Sea/Hiougi-Gai), then enjoy a mouthwatering feast featuring Japanese scallops, fresh seafood, and local specialties.
from¥30,000
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Sea to Table: Bonito Auction, Cutting & Tasting in Ehime

Embark on a seafood adventure in Ehime! Watch a bonito fish landing & auction, learn how experts select premium fish, & then select one for yourself. Learn how to cut bonito with a professional chef, & then taste/compare different types of bonito.
from¥30,000
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Private Tour & Vinegar Experience in Uchiko, Ehime (Shikoku)

Spend a day learning about history, tasting vinegar, and preparing regional foods in Uchiko town, Ehime Prefecture. See the town’s historical sights, like the Uchikoza Theater, in this unique tour that mixes history with hands-on workshops.
from¥39,800
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Ehime Mikan Picking, Marmalade Making is a wonderful opportunity to interact directly with a Shikoku mikan farming family and meet some of the welcoming folks living in the Yawatahama region of Ehime. About an hour by train southwest of Matsuyama, the experience includes the chance to pick and eat a variety of citrus fruits the region is famous for. The terraced orchard provided spectacular views of the ocean and small islands separating Shikoku from Kyushu. Under sunny skies, our hosts spread a tarp and mats on the orchard floor and we dined on a most delicious obento lunch box featuring regional specialties. These included a tempura of shrimp and vegetables, fried chicken with mikan juice and mikan rice balls. Following the harvest and lunch, we were chauffeured to a spotless commercial kitchen operated by the Yawatahama Ward office. There, the kind ladies of the community guided us through the marmalade making process and we bottled multiple jars using Haruka variety mikans. We were also invited to try other varieties created by some of the gold medal winners from last November's Dalemain World Marmalade Awards and Festival. Our product was entered in the "homemade division" for the next festival. Loaded up with our marmalade and several bags of fresh fruit, our hosts returned us to the train station. With the increasing popularity of Japan as a tourist destination, this is a special opportunity to get off the beaten path and away from the crowds to see the real Japan.
George Scherer
February 29, 2024
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Day as a Mikan Farmer! Ehime Mikan Picking, Marmalade Making
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The “Hyōgi” scallops are the specialty of Ainan-cho town, they are so fatty and tasty and the unique colorful shells are used to create the “sea born”lamps, a lovely idea to reuse the shells and bring a unique souvenir to home. The food is delicious and the amount is very big, full of scallops , seafood, meats, fruit, tempura, sashimi, cakes and sake!!!! You truly feel like a VIP guest with the amount of food. Your heart and stomach will be happy after meeting the local people and carefully create the colorful lamp while chatting together. You also can take Onsen if you wish in this place; is truly a relaxing and meaningful experience in deep Japan.
DALIA DINORA CANTINCA CARBAJAL
January 28, 2024
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Fresh Seafood & Scallop Shell Lampshade Workshop in Ehime
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