Try your hand at creating rolls of sushi with different flowers as their motif. Examples include the peony flower, used as the emblem of Ganko-ji Temple on the Nakasendo Highway in the Mitake-cho area, and the official flower of nearby Kani City: the rose!
Mitake’s hana-zushi is also made with great emphasis placed on the use of local ingredients. Both delicious and pleasing to the eye, we encourage you to come down and try making this satisfying and aesthetically pleasing cuisine for yourself.
(The photos below are from a program conducted in conjunction with the nearby Oni Iwa Onsen, and their contents differ from the standard hana-zushi experience.)
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1446 Mitake , Mitake-cho, Kani-gun, Gifu 505-0116
Short walk from Mitake Station on the Hiromi Line of the Nagoya Railroad
￥2,000 (example for making 2 types of hana-zushi requiring 90 min)
※Reservations at least five days in advance are required