Ogawa No Shou

Oyaki village was opened in October 1986 after renovating the original local farms. It is a quiet mountain village surrounded by Japanese oaks and sawtooth oaks with singing birds. Here, you can enjoy local food such as oyaki and handmade soba in the midst of nature. The pit-dwelling copied from the Jomon era has a large hearth in the center, where you can try making oyaki, while experiencing Japanese history and culture.



Ogawa No Shou

Joshin-etsu Expressway Nagano IC →R19→ Prefectural Road Nagano Ohmachi Line → Ogawa Village
Nagano Expressway Toyoshina IC →R147・Takasegawa Ugan Doro → Omachi City → Prefectural Road Nagano Omachi Line → Ogawa Village
JR Nagano Station → About 40 minutes by bus or taxi


Admission fee Oyaki making workshop, 500 yen (excluding tax) including two oyaki
Working days and hours 9:00-17:00
Closings Monday (Open if public holiday falls on Monday. The following day will be a holiday in lieu.)
Visitor capacity 20
Time required for a tour 2 hours (including meal and workshop)
Language Japanese
Reservation Required
Oyaki making workshop (by fax: +81-26-269-3763)
Other conditions You can enjoy "Inaka Kaiseki" (2,400 yen) with 12 different dishes including soba if you book in advance. Further helpings of the handmade soba are free of charge.