Have you ever wondered where the wasabi (this mustard getting to your nose when eating sushi!) comes from? At Wasabi Farm you get to see how wasabi is cultivated and to taste many products derived from the wasabi root like the wasabi teriyaky wrap and the famous wasabi ice cream. The Wasabi beer is also interesting to try! The Wasabi Farm makes a perfect activity for a sunny day. Visiting the farm is free.
Since my better half is Japanese I often have the chance to travel to Japan. I grew fond over time of this magnificent country. I thought of sharing with you some places worth visiting in this little but growing travel guide to Japan. I try to show with images what I can't express with words. I hope you may find here some inspiration! For those who wonder, I chose the moniker Gaijin-San after being called like this by a waitress at a grilled eel restaurant. "Gaijin" means foreigner and "San" is a honorific suffix in Japanese. View all posts by Gaijin San