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Tamamo Park
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Talk with the“Takumi”Masters Experience the Fine Culinary Dining
										Soak in Sanuki's Best Offerings
5人の匠 The Five Masters Movie
Conversation with the“Takumi”Masters Enjoy the Skills of Artisans
							and the Kaiseki Dinner at“Hiunkaku”
WED 3/20 closed
THU 3/21 closed
FRI 3/22closed
SAT 3/23closed
MON 3/25 closed
TUE 3/26closed
WED 3/27 closed
THU 3/28closed
FRI 3/29 closed
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Dates WED 3/20(holiday) - SAT
									3/23,2013 / MON 3/25 - FRI 3/29,2013

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“Hiunkaku”in Tamamo Park, the Ruins
														of Takamatsu Castle
“Hiunkaku” in Tamamo Park, the Ruins of Takamatsu Castle
5 minutes on foot from JR Takamatsu Station
Next to Kotoden Takamatsu Chikko Station
3 minutes on foot from the ferry boarding point at Port of Takamatsu (Free parking is available.)

Superb Hospitality Offered by the Five
  • Yoichi Nakanishi

    BONSAI, Yoichi Nakanishi
    This bonsai garden was established over 100 years ago. It is located in the heart of Kinashi Bonsai Country, which is the biggest growing area of bonsai pine in Japan. Mr. Nakanishi follows in a long line of the artistry of Bonsai.

    "As I feel the weight of inheriting and upholding traditional culture, I am pleased to meet people through Bonsai."

  • Tomomi Hiraoka
    POTTERY, Tomomi Hiraoka
    Hokagama kiln studio produces the distinct potteries of the Sanuki area. She is the one and only apprentice of Mr. Nobuo Ito, who became the first official member of Nihon Kogeikai, Foundation of Japanese Traditional Art Crafts, out of potters in Kagawa Prefecture.

    "I always try to make the best use of the precious local materials suited to potteries to my work."

  • Daisuke Nakata
    LACQUREWARE, Daisuke Nakata
    For over 60 years, the Nakatashikki’s shop has dealt with the lacquerware in Takamatsu producing and selling small items, such as plates, to large furniture of wiped-lacquer, including chairs.

    "As a creator, I place the greatest importance on how to express time of a tree that withstood hundreds of years in addition to ease of use."

  • Hiroyuki Yamada
    AJI STONE, Hiroyuki Yamada
    Mr. Yamada received the Level One Stonemasons Technical Certification for stone processing, pitching and masonry. He appeared on the TV program, the National Champion of the Stonemasons, in 2001.

    "I have mainly worked on figural works including Buddhist statues. It is important for me to satisfy clients by meeting their requirements faithfully."

  • Wataru Yamamoto
    KAISEKI, Japanese-Style Cuisine,
								Wataru Yamamoto
    Founded in 1946, Nicho is a long-established restaurant in Takamatsu. Mr. Yamamoto is the Executive Chef and President after successively holding posts for Japanese-style food preparations and cooking.

    "I strive to bring out delicious tastes from ingredients unique to Kagawa and create harmony of their wonderful flavors."