Open11:00 - 17:00
ClosedMondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
Located amid green mountainscapes, Seseragi no Sato (Imamiya Culture and Folk Museum) has an organic cafe and a gallery of original pottery. The organic restaurant Cafe de Shoka offers dishes using seasonal and organic local vegetables as well as handmade baked goods made with Japanese flour. One of its most popular dishes is pizza baked in a stone oven. In Takatsuki, a major producer of Haniwa clay figures 1,500 years ago, the Imashiroyaki Kamamoto kiln makes pottery for restaurants all over the country. Stop by to enjoy a meal and a pottery workshop together as a set. While here, you’ll be able to admire wonderful vistas surrounded by the vastness of nature. Reservations are required for dining and pottery-making. Please enquire by phone.
Location〒 569-1003 18 Oazaizuriha Koazaninose, Takatsuki-shi, Osaka
Directions20-minute walk from Izuriha bus stop via bus bound for Tano - Nika - Nakahata - Sugio; board bus from north platform 2 of Takatsuki Station on the JR Kyoto Line
PriceLunch: ¥1,800 and ¥3,000 courses available
Pottery workshop: ¥2,500 *only available as a set with lunch