Making Japanese Snowshoes & Hiking
"Kanjiki" traditional Japanese snowshoes allow you to walk on the snow without sinking. Borrowing the wisdom of ancestors in this land of deep snow, your guide will help you make a pair that you'll wear during a trek over the snow to observe the plant life that buds in winter, among other sights of the season. It's a chance to experience the nature of winter and the beauty of the snowy mountains. Working up a sweat while walking over the snow is a refreshing sensation.
* Making kanjiki snowshoes requires a certain amount of strength, so this activity is limited to adults. We appreciate your understanding.
Fee applies to join
- Postal Code
- Ueyama Highlands Furusato-kan Ishibashi 757-1, Shin-onsen Town, Mikata County, Hyogo Prefecture
- Ueyama Kogen Eco-Museum 0796-99-4600
- Open hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:10 p.m.