Best experience in Nagasaki

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“TRIPLUS” is a web-service to connect foreign tourists with Japanese daily life experiences as if they lead a life there suggested and provided by elderly people in Japan. It is also possible to request the experience contents from the side of foreign tourists.
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Let's cook rice with a cooker, make rice ball and have a barbecue!!!
Let's cook rice with a cooker, make rice ball and have a barbecue!!!
Barbecue with rice ball would be unique for you. In addition, we are sure that you can be relaxed , because it is really a nice place in countryside. Please check out the short video to know how it is.
In this menu, you don’t have to prepare anything. Everything is prepared.
Food around “Irori” In “Omura”
Food around “Irori” In “Omura”
Unlike ordinary hot pot dishes, what we call “Irori” is a dish where we can eat our favorite ingredients while brazing under the pan. It is like a hearth which has a hole where can put charcoal or firewood. It is recommended that this be cooked in winter. Come and join us in Omura where you can see and experience the suburban life here!
‘Flowing noodles’ In bamboos
‘Flowing noodles’ In bamboos
Have you ever heard of ‘flowing noodles’? They are put inside the half cut bamboo?! You can can have them with flowing water. It is a seasonal activity which can only be experienced in summer. How about using chopsticks to enjoy this summer activity?
“Yuzen” stencil dyeing
“Yuzen” stencil dyeing
A Japanese teacher will teach you how to use the special paper and the paint to make such a convenient eco bag.
Whatever you cannot draw a picture, or you do not have a pictorial mind, it is not difficult because you dye using a mold. It does not depend on who you are, children or the elderly, everyone can do it with the help of Japanese teacher who is teaching Yuzen stencil dyeing for a long time in Japan!

Experience traditional Nagasaki “煎茶” (Sencha-Japanese Tea)
Experience traditional Nagasaki “煎茶” (Sencha-Japanese Tea)
Learn about traditional sencha, Japanese
green tea that is enjoyed steeped and is different from matcha. 文人流(Bunjinryu) was developed in Nagasaki
about a hundred years ago. You will enjoy three servings of tea with a serving of Japanese sweets. Each serving will taste different with the increasing temperature of the water used to steep the tea. You will not be guests in a formal ceremony, but witness a casual lesson of tea students living in Nagasaki. Please feel free to join us and enjoy a unique experience.


Herbal Compress Massage
Herbal Compress Massage
What is the “Japanese herbal?” Let’s learn how to use the representative herbal to make a Japanese massage ball which can make you feel relaxed. The qualified professional will teach you to how to use the number of types of herbal to make it. Finally, you can also have a taste of the tea made with Japanese herbal!
Traditional Kimono. Let people show you Nagasaki.
Traditional Kimono. Let people show you Nagasaki.
Don’t you want to see the splendid views of Nagasaki while wearing a Kimono? You will see the city while being lead by the cute local old ladies, also you can take pictures with the Kimono experts. What’s more, you will also be lucky and get souvenirs or handmade goods!

Let's do some Japanese calligraphy and painting in Japanese-style room!
Let's do some Japanese calligraphy and painting in Japanese-style room!
While drinking Japanese tea, writing your favorite words or pictures with a brush, ink and paper in a traditional Japanese room in Japan. And why not send the picture or calligraphy you finished drawing to your home? So finally let's go for posting to the post together!

Japanese Hot Spring and Special Lunch
Japanese Hot Spring and Special Lunch
Do you know exactly what “Onsen” (Japanese hot spring) is? Onsen culture goes deeper than you may imagine. You can experience real Onsen culture in this menu.
Shimabara is famous for Onsen. Why don’t you try Onsen with local people in Shimabara?
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