Kaba Zaiku (Cherry Bark) Craft Museum

A museum relating Kakunodate’s traditional craft of kaba zaiku (bark craftsmanship) to future generations

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Kaba zaiku is a traditional handicraft from Kakunodate which originated as a form of craftsmanship done at home by samurai. It is famous for beautiful objects such as tea boxes being created from the bark of a mountain cherry tree. At the museum, in addition to demonstrations of kaba zaiku, visitors can also see things such as a display of finished works.
Business Hours

Open: April-November 9:00 am ~ 5:00 pm December-March 9:00 am ~ 4:00 pm Closing Days: New Year’s holidays (December 28th-January 4th)
Adult: 300 YEN
Children: 150 YEN
10-1 Omotemachishimocho, Kakunodatemachi, Senboku, Akita
(0187) 54-1700

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