is a building with white walls and brown roof tiles. There are a souvenir shop, restaurant, café and an “experience” room. In a Japanese-style room of a restaurant called “Syouintei”, you can enjoy local specialties of Tsuwano while enjoying seeing a Japanese garden. The dishes are expensive but if you want to try Tsuwano’s local food at a lower price, you can eat them at Saranoki-Chaya. You can also try dishes of the season in Tsuwano or Iwami Ginzan by buying a Bento (box lunch) at Saranoki-Chaya (1,050 yen). In Saranoki-Honkan, you can drink coffee in a relaxing space and also buy souvenirs such as a sheet of handmade Japanese paper and Genjimaki, a Tsuwano’s famous cake. If you have time, you can try to make Japanese paper and Japanese-paper dolls at the “experience” room in San’in Bussankan (525 yen/ 30 minutes).
* Saranoki-Honkan （沙羅の木―本館）
*San’in Bussankan （山陰物産館）
TEL: 0856-72-1661 FAX: 0856-72-0372
ADRESS: Tonomachi Tsuwano（津和野町殿町）
URL: http://www.saranoki.co.jp/tsuwano/ (Japanese)