You can taste the rural landscape of Musashino in the 1955s! Handmade Udon Making Experience with Wheat Grown in Komorebi-no-Sato, Sunday, February 16, 2020 (Showa Kinen Park, National Government)

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You can taste the rural landscape of Musashino in the 1955s! Handmade Udon Making Experience with Wheat Grown in Komorebi no Sato on Sunday, February 16, 2020 (Showa Kinen Park)
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At the Showa Kinen Park (operated by Showa Kinen Park Management Center Parks Community), which spans Tachikawa City and Akishima City in Tokyo, the “Komorebi-no-Sato”, which reproduces the rural landscape of Musashino in the 1930s, is a traditional udon. An event for making udon at a farm will be held on Sunday, February 16, 2020.
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Udon making with farmers (past event)
The National Showa Kinen Park, which was opened as part of the 50th anniversary of the reign of Emperor Showa, spans Tachikawa and Akishima in Tokyo, and has a total area of ​​about 180ha (of which about 169.4ha is currently open). This is a national park with various facilities such as a vast lawn square, Japanese garden, and play facilities.
“ Komorebi no Sato ” in this park is a facility for the purpose of inheriting customs and traditions that were carried out in Musashino’s farm village in the 1955s, such as relocated old houses, fields, rice fields, etc. You can enjoy the rural landscape of the time and various traditional experiences.
On February 16, 2020, we will hold an event called “Farmer Udon Making” where you can use the wheat cultivated in this
“Komorebinosato” field to handcraft udon with handmade flour milled with a traditional mill and millstone. To do.
After eating the noodles you have made yourself, the participants will receive Komorebi’s native flour!
You can enjoy homemade noodles at home.
Showa Kinen Park at Komorebi no Sato Website:
http://www.showakinen-koen.jp/facility/facility_komorebi/
Event summary
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Udon making with farmers (past event)
Date: February 16, 2020 (Sun)
Time: From 10:20 to 13:00 (reception is from 10:00)
Venue: Aki Memorial Park
Komorebi-no-sato Sato no hut
Capacity: 16 people
Target: Elementary school students and above
* Elementary school children should be experienced by two or more people, including parents. Preschool children cannot experience or visit.
Price: 1,000 yen / 1 person (tax included)
* A separate admission fee will be charged.
Notes:
* 1 Experience with 4 people. Groups of three or less can be a companion table. Application: Application required in advance (Please apply using the application form or fax.)
Application form: http://www.showakinen-koen.jp/event/satoudon200216/ Fax: 042-569-6278
* The application deadline is one week before the event date (the deadline will be as soon as the capacity is reached).
* If you have applied for an event, the secretariat will contact you by e-mail during the day (after 16:30 the next day).
Komorebi Village Overview
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Showa Kinen Park “Komorebi no Sato”
The Showa Kinen Park “Komorebi no Sato” is a recreation of the Musashino rural landscape of the 1930s with the theme of “Showa, Musashino, Agriculture”. Komorebi-no-Sato is conducting activities to convey the wisdom of nature and living through experiences such as agriculture and annual events that were once carried out in Musashino in a public-private partnership. The farmhouse, a symbolic facility of Komorebinosato, relocated to the Ishii family building located in Komae-shi, Tokyo, which was built around the end of the mid-Edo period. The main building, built-in building and Nagayamon are designated as Tachikawa tangible cultural properties.
location:
3173 Midoricho, Tachikawa City, Tokyo 190-0014
Opening hours:
9: 30-17: 00 (March 1-October 31)
9: 30-16: 30 (November 1-the end of February)
Komorebi-no-Sato holds a variety of hands-on events for the purpose of inheriting customs and traditional culture that had taken place in rural Musashino in the 1955s.

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Village Farming Experience Paddy Field
Village Farming Experience Paddy Field
In the rice fields of Komorebinosato, you will experience a series of flows from rice planting and rice harvesting to eating rice in the same way that was used at the time.
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Village Farming Experience Tea Plantation
Village Farming Experience Tea Plantation
Participants pick tea leaves at a tea plantation in Komorebinosato and make tea at a village hut. Enjoy the dried tea and dried plums made at Komoribori no Sato around the hearth of a farmhouse.
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Potato moat experience
Potato moat experience
Experience the harvesting of potatoes planted in the field of Komorebi no Sato. Experiencers will bring home the harvested potatoes. * Event information will be posted on the website.
Showa Kinen Park Komorebi no Sato Website:
http://www.showakinen-koen.jp/facility/facility_komorebi/
Volunteer activity to support Komorebino Village “Komorebino Village Club” Komorebinosato is supported by volunteers from the public, called Komorebinosato Club. With park company, we run while examining management administration such as fields and events.
As of April 2019, 79 people participated and are active every month, Wednesday and Saturday, and are also involved in event management such as village spring festivals and harvest festivals. The event “Farmhouse Udon Making” will be run by volunteers from Komorebinosato Club.
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Agricultural volunteer
Agricultural volunteer
The following activities are performed to reproduce the rural landscape of Musashino in the 1955s.
・ Field: Upland farming (cultivation, planting, harvesting, etc.) ・ Paddy: Rice cultivation (making seedlings, planting rice, harvesting rice, etc.)
・ Vegetation: care of trees, flower beds, tea trees, etc.
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Farmer volunteer
Farmer volunteer
We work on the management of relocated old houses.
・ Indoor cleaning of an old private house in the farmer area ・ Weeding, watering, etc. in the farmer area
・ Management assistance for hearths in old houses
・ Guidance to people who visited the farm area and old houses National Showa Kinen Park Recruiting new park volunteers
WEB site: http://www.showakinen-koen.jp/information/volunteer_sinnkibosyuu/ National Showa Memorial Park Overview
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Showa Kinen Park is a national park established by the government as a part of the 50th Anniversary of the Emperor Showa Emperor’s reign, and is a city park that represents Japan. Under the theme of “Green restoration and improvement of human nature”, the park was developed as a park with a large public space surrounded by rich greenery and cultural content.
The main facilities include a general information center, a flower green culture center, a rainbow pool, a Japanese garden, a bonsai garden, Minna no Harappa, a children’s forest, a komorebi no sato, a flower garden, an undo plaza, and a waterfowl pond. Revenue facilities include parking lots, restaurants, retail stores, bicycle rentals, park trains, barbecues, boat rentals, and more.
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Yoshino cherry tree (usually best viewed from mid-March to late April) location:
〒190-0014 3173 Midoricho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo
Opening hours:
9: 30-16: 30 (November 1-the end of February)
* Opening hours vary depending on the season and the event.
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Tulips (best season from late March to late April)
Closed days:
New Year holidays (December 31 and January 1)
* In 2020, the holiday will be closed on Tuesday, February 25 and Wednesday, February 26, following the Emperor’s birthday.
access:
-Akebo no Mouth-
・ About a 10-minute walk from Tachikawa Station on the JR Chuo Line ・ Approximately an 8-minute walk from Tachikawa Kita Station on the Tama City Monorail
-Tachikawaguchi-
・ About 15 minutes on foot from Tachikawa Station on the JR Chuo Line ・ Approximately a 13-minute walk from Tachikawa Kita Station on the Tama City Monorail
-Nishitachi Kawaguchi-
・ Approximately 2 minutes on foot from JR Ome Line “ Nishitachikawa ” station -Akishima Exit-
・ About 10 minutes on foot from JR Ome Line “ Higashinakajin ” station -Tamagawa Kamisuguchi-
・ Approximately a 25-minute walk from Musashi-Sunagawa Station on the Seibu Haijima Line
-Sunagawaguchi-
・ Approximately a 20-minute walk from Musashi-Sunagawa Station on the Seibu Haijima Line
Contact information
Showa Kinen Park National Park Secretariat Secretariat
Fax: 042-569-6278
Email: komorebinosato@fuga.ocn.ne.jp
WEB site
Showa Kinen Park: http://www.showakinen-koen.jp/
Komorebi no Sato: http://www.showakinen-koen.jp/facility/facility_komorebi/

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