Kabazaiku is a traditional handicraft originating in Kakunodate. Kakunodate is the only region in Japan where Kabazaiku craftsmanship has been passed down to create wooden artworks out of the bark of wild cherry trees.
|Location||10-1 Omote-machi Shimo-cho, Kakunodate-machi, Semboku-shi|
|Getting there||15 minutes on foot from Kakunodate Station.|
|Opening hours||9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.|
|Closure dates||Year-end and New Year holidays.|
|Fees and charges||300 yen per adult.|