About Chanosato Village
Shizuoka Prefecture is Japan's largest tea producer with the highest tea production.
In the middle and mountainous area of Kakegawa City, which is located in the central and western part of the prefecture, there is a tea plantation based on the "World Agricultural Heritage Tea Plantation Farming Method" at the foot of Awagatake Mountain at an altitude of 532m.
This tea-producing area, one of the best in the prefecture, is regarded as a village, and the village is surrounded by tea fields, forests, headwaters and small hot springs.
We will aim for an area where you can enjoy the Shizuoka-style village forest (countryside) experience.
Chanosato Village is based at the foot of Mount Awagatake in Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
We work on the theme of three symbiosis.
- Regional symbiosis
- Experience production activities such as agriculture and forestry.
We learn various things from that.
- Next-generation symbiosis
- Inherit life and culture that have coexisted utilizing nature.
I tell the children of the future.
- Environmental symbiosis
- We learn the importance of forests and mountains and the role of satoyama, and provide time to experience, experience and enrich our hearts.
- Learn and spend time at Chanosato.
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To everyone involved in corporate training and educational trip.
Learn about team building and "SDGs" in Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture, where the World Agricultural Heritage "Tea-grass Farming Method" is carried out!Click here！
English pamphlet for foreign tourists is now available.
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“Experiencing Japanese Country Life”
Tea Picking Experience
Hand-picking experience at a tea plantation grown by a local tea farmer! Tempura lunch of picked tea leaves is also OK! ! (Separate reservation / advance application)
Weekend from late April to mid-October
GURUTABI web site link
＜Spring only＞ Tea picking of new tea & tempura tasting of tea leaves
Limited time plan only for the new tea season! Pick soft buds mainly and have them with tempura.
Weekend from late April to mid-May
GURUTABI web site link
Tea plantation walk
Tea plantation drive
While watching the Awagatake tea character, stroll through the tea field and tea plantation with the guide.
Grace of the mountain
Spring: bamboo shoots, bracken, etc.
Autumn: Shiitake mushroom, persimmon, etc.
You can experience seasonal harvesting, such as bamboo shoots and wild plants in spring and shiitake hunting in autumn.
Whole year (seasonal season)mid-May
GURUTABI web site link
Mountain walk Forest bathing
Listen to the sounds of nature while walking through the green forest, and refresh your mind and body.
In an old house Old life
Experience a nostalgic yet warm old-fashioned lifestyle at a farmhouse in which a tea farmhouse was renovated.
Satoyama no Ideyu Kurami Onsen
If you play a lot in the tea village experience, let's heal your fatigue in a warm hot spring!
Nissaka-juku to Kanaya-juku Walk the old Tokaido
A historic promenade that leads from Nissaka-juku, which retains the features of the past, including two former Hatago and Takafuda, to Nakayama Pass, one of the three major difficulties of the Tokaido, Kikugawa-zaka, Kanaya-zaka, and Kanaya-juku on cobblestones.
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An observation rest area reopened at the summit of Awagatake in May 2019. The terrace offers a panoramic view of tea fields, Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay. The cafe on the first floor offers a variety of menus to taste specialty teas, such as matcha soft-serve ice cream and lunch set "Kapposhi Lunch".
1051-1 Higashiyama, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
Opening hours / 10: 00-16: 00 Closed / Mondays
A teahouse at the foot of Mount Awagatake, the perfect place to go before heading to the summit. They serve delicious Higashiyama tea for free. There are also souvenirs such as tea character buns.
1173-2 Higashiyama, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
Opening hours / 9: 00-16: 00
Closed on Wednesdays
Road Station Kakegawa
You can also enjoy a break and shopping at a direct sales shop that handles fresh local vegetables, a homemade food shop made by local mothers, and a coffee corner where you can enjoy Kakegawa's fragrant deep steamed tea.
882-1 Yasaka, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
Opening hours vary according to stores.
Closed on the second Monday
※ Closed days may change.
Founded in 1751. In addition to manufacturing and selling the specialty “Kosodate-ame”, it can also be used as a break or as a restaurant. "Kosodate-ame soft ice cream" and "Shizuoka Oden" are recommended.
A long-established teahouse located at the midnight Nakayama Pass, which is said to be the founding of Hoei years in the mouth.
For over 300 years, hospitality has been provided to travelers who have crossed a mountain pass, and they have been making "Kosodate-ame" using traditional methods.
299 Sayoshika, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
Opening hours / around 10:00-
A bakery that has been loved locally since 1947. Oka Bread Melon Bread is a popular product with a cute retro package that can be sold at roadside stations.
174 Nissaka, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
Opening hours / 8: 30-18: 00
Open all year round (closed during New Year's holidays)
In 2017, a former tea farmer's house was renovated and opened!
Please experience the old private house in a slow village forest where time flows slowly.
1708 Ono, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
Opened as a guesthouse in summer 2018 for everyone who loves the forest!
The staff will guide you through the wonderful charm of the forest.
You can also enjoy self-catering and barbecue.
7140 Kurami, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
An old private house 95 years old. In July 2019, it opened as a Shizuoka Prefecture Agriculture, Forestry and Fisher's Inn.
You can also live in the village of Satoyama as a trial experience house with one of the best tea facilities in Japan.
6150 Kurami, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
NPO Tokinosu Forest Club
Every day we try to taste the fresh seafood from Suruga Bay, as well as the mountains and rivers that are unique to this area.
The bath is available 24 hours a day, so you can take a bath anytime.
5325 Kurama, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
All rooms are located on the river side, and the gentle babbling of Kurama River relieves the heart.
And you can enjoy rustic mountain cuisine such as magnolia grilled, simmered soup, and tea shabu-shabu.
Please enjoy the atmosphere of the country and relax with the clear air.
5975 Kurama, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
Founded in Meiji 27, a charming inn that becomes more delicious every time you visit. Once you enter the hot spring, it becomes moist and smooth as if the skin was veiled.
The nature changes seasonally and there are power spots nearby, so please come and relax.
5421 Kurama, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture
- on the train
To Kakegawa Station
About 100 minutes by using the Tokaido Shinkansen Kodama
About 60 minutes by using the Tokaido Shinkansen Kodama
- by car
To Kakegawa I.C.
About 260 minutes by Tomei Expressway (about 212km)
About 90 minutes by Tomei Expressway (about 143km)
- By Airplane
About 20 minutes by car from Mt.Fuji Shizuoka Airport
Kakegawa Mount Awagatake Farm Stay Promotion Council
（Inside the Village guest house Matsunba）
TEL0537-28-0082（NPO Tokinosunomori Club）
〒436-0341 6150 Kurami, Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture