Check out on the map where you can find Machiya.
Also you can find water tabs for tasting on the street.
In the east side of the main street, the water comes from Iyari Marshland, located closed to Aoki Lake, and in the west side, the water comes from Kamishirasawa, located under Mt. Kashima.
Those water tastes different....Enjoy your walk with different types of water!
The building had been used for salt merchant for a long time during Edo period. Now it transformed into a museum which introduce histories and cultures about Shionomichi (Salt Road) .
You can enjoy tea with a view of beautiful Japanese garden.
The building had been used for warehouse to install hemp and linen, which produced in Miasa area. Today, the building is used as a gallery for local artists. Also workshops and music events are held.