Ama (woman diver) hut "Hachiman-kamado" 海女小屋 はちまんかまど

The active women divers "Ama" will hand-grill seafood in a real Ama hut.

You will be able to eat the fresh seafood of Ise-Shima just caught by the women divers in a real woman diver's hut located close by the fishing area, listening to the cheerful talks of the women divers.
Enjoy the great luxury of sitting by the hearth in a woman diver's hut and eating seafood that the women divers grill by hand right in front you.
You can also try wearing a woman diver's constume!
〒5170032 鳥羽市相差町819
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Business hours
11:00 - 17:00
* Please make a reservation at least 2 days prior to the visit. (There may be a cancellation due to weather conditions)
January 1st - 5th, August 13th - 15th, December 30th - 31st
Access by public transportation
Approx. 40 minutes by "Kamome Bus" headed for "Kunisaki" departing from JR and Kintetsu "Toba" Stations.
Get off at "Adakoguchi" bus stop and walk for approx. 10 minutes.

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