If you are looking to enjoy the stunning nature of rural Nagano Prefecture, Togakushi (戸隠), which receives approximately 150 thousand visitors yearly, will be one of your top options. The village situated at the foot of Mt. Togakushi in Myōkō-Togakushi Renzan National Park (妙高戸隠連山国立公園) has a rich history and a deep connection with the legend Amano-Iwato (天岩戸). In fact, the name Togakushi is a direct reference to the myth!
Togakushi is a mountain village known for the Togakushi School of ninja arts as well as soba noodles. Both of these were developed from intense training in Shugendō (修験道). The village, about an hour from the center of Nagano City, has a long history. It hosts many temples and shrines scattered on the mountain built to enshrine the gods that appeared in the legend. It is also home to the training ground of Shūgendō, which aims to cultivate spiritual power through ascetics in holy mountains
In the Kamakura period, along with Mt. Hiei and Kōyasan, Togakushi was known as Sanzenbō Sanzan (三千坊三山), which describes the number of Shugendō practitioners and worshipers who once gathered at Togakushi.
In summer, Togakushi is a popular destination to escape from the heat of the city and do some hiking. During winter, many come to Togakushi for skiing.
A list of Attractions in Togakushi
- Togakushi Shrine (戸隠神社)
- Togakushi Soba Museum Tonkururin (戸隠そば博物館 とんくるりん)
- Kids’ Ninja Village (忍者の里チビッ子忍者村)
- Togakushi Ninja Museum・Ninja Trick Mansion (戸隠流忍法資料館 忍者からくり屋敷)
- Kotoriga-ike Pond (小鳥ヶ池)
- Kagami-ike Pond (鏡池)
- Togakushi Forest Botanical Garden (戸隠森林植物園)
- Togakushi Soba Noodles
- Togakushi Campground (戸隠牧場キャンプ場) and Togakushi Pasture (戸隠牧場)
- Togakushi Ski Resort (戸隠スキー場)
You can refer to THIS MAP for the above attractions’ locations.
How to Get to Togakushi Shrine by Bus
To get to Togakushi Shrine by bus, take Alpico Bus’s route 70 or 73 from Nagano Station or Zenkōji Temple.
Nagano Station’s bus stop is just in front of the Alpico Kōtsu Nagano Station Information Centre.
- For those who are starting the journey from Ichi no Torii (一の鳥居), please only take route 70 and get off at Mt. Iizuna Trailhead (飯綱登山口). This bus stop is closer to the car park and the toilet.
- If you want to go straight to Togakushi Shrine, both bus routes stop at Togakushi Hōkō-sha (戸隠神社 宝光社).
- Refer to HERE for the timetable and bus fare.
- The timetable is abbreviated. Mt. Iizuna Trailhead is 3 stops before Soba Museum.
- For a complete timetable for Route 70 and Route 73, please refer to HERE.
- “平日” means weekday
- “土日祝” means weekends and public holidays.
Tip: If you are planning a day trip to Togakushi, get the Zenkōji & Togakushi 1-Day Ticket from Alpico Kotsu Nagano Station Information Center to save before boarding the Nagano Station bus. The bus ticket gives you unlimited bus rides between Nagano Station and Togakushi. A return bus trip costs more than the ticket price already, so you are guaranteed the ticket is worth more than its cost!
If you would love to explore Togakushi with a professional guide, you can book a tour with Shinano Discovery. For more information, please refer HERE.
☛ The 2-Day Haruyama Snow Wall Bus Ticket can save you some money on transportation. It gives you unlimited bus and train rides in Kamikōchi, Norikura, and Matsumoto areas. Please be aware that the ticket is invalid on JR trains. For more information, please refer to the official website HERE.
☛ Tips: If you plan to spend more time in the Nagano Prefecture, it might be worthwhile to consider the 5-Day Nagano Pass, which gives you unlimited rides on Shinano Railway, Nagano Dentetsu, Ueda Dentetsu, and Alpico Kōtsū buses. Please note you must hold a valid (unexpired) JR East Pass – Nagano Area, Hokuriku Arch Pass, or JR Tokyo Wide Pass to purchase this ticket.
The Four Seasons at Togakushi
Togakushi is an area that receives heavy snow in winter. With a temperature lower than the city center, extra clothes might be needed when visiting the village.
- Spring (March to May): Spring thaw period
- Around Togakushi Shrine Kuzuryusha (戸隠神社九頭龍社) and Togakushi Shrine Okusha (戸隠神社奥社), the road will be slippery and harder to trek on.
- The temperature difference between day and night is large. It is recommended to come with both long and short sleeves as well as jumpers that can be put on and taken off swiftly as the temperature fluctuates.
- Summer (June to August): The peak season in Togakushi
- As a popular summer resort, summer in Togakushi can be packed.
- Despite the cool weather in Togakushi, please ensure you have adequate sun protection as the altitude is quite high
- A long thin sleeve will suffice when it is cloudy.
- Fall (September to November): the autumn foliage season with possible snowfall in November
- The autumn foliage season in Togakushi is from early to mid-October.
- The mountain trail leading to Togakushi Shrine Kuzuryūsha (戸隠神社九頭龍社) and Togakushi Shrine Okusha (戸隠神社奥社) is one of the best places in Nagano Prefecture for autumn foliage hunting.
- Winter (December to February): Many areas in Togakushi won’t be accessible due to heavy snow
- It is the time of the year to enjoy the snow, which accumulates as tall as 2 meters. Please come with sufficient clothing and snow gear.
- The majority of Togakushi Shrine’s precinct will be closed except the Chūsha Shrine. Shops will be operating on reduced business hours or simply won’t open.
Strolling Around the Five Shrines of Togakushi Shrine
Togakushi Shrine is the symbol of Togakushi. The shrine that consists of five sub-shrines is buried in rich and stunning nature. While a one-way pilgrimage takes about 2 to 3 hours to complete, if you don’t want to walk, bus services are available throughout the day to cut down the travel time.
For more information, please refer to our article on Togakushi Shrine.
Togakushi Soba Museum Tonkururin (戸隠そば博物館 とんくるりん)
As suggested by its name, the Togakushi Soba Museum is a facility for you to learn more about soba noodles. So of course, you can learn to make the famous Togakushi Soba in the museum.
And don’t worry, you won’t be asked to start the process from scratch. Grinding the buckwheat would be too time-consuming and tiring for tourists!
For a complete picture of how the delicious noodles are made from the dark soba seeds, head to the hall for the soba-making tools are on display (^_-)-☆.
The Soba-making Experience will take around 1.5 – 2 hours. Depending on how many noodles you want to make, the fees differ.
- 4 portions: 7,000 yen
- 2 portions: 4,500 yen
The fees above include soba-making, cooking the noodles, and dipping sauce. If you can’t finish all the noodles you make, the remainder will be left uncooked.
Refer to HERE for details of how you can enjoy soba-making activity held at Togakushi.
Restaurant at Togakushi Soba Museum Tonkururin
If you aren’t interested in making the noodles yourself, you can drop by their restaurant for other sorts of dishes made from buckwheat. The Soba Dango (そば団子) or Soba Gaki (そばがき) are dishes made from buckwheat powders before people started using flour. Instead of cutting the dough thin, the Soba Dango and Soba Gaki are divided into small portions (like a mochi rice cake) and boiled.
Important: If you are strict with your vegetarian diet, bring your own vegan dipping sauce.
Togakushi Soba Museum Tonkururin’s Opening Hours, Admission Fee, and Access Information
- To enter the museum section of the facility, it costs:
- 200 yen for adults
- 150 yen for junior high school students and younger
- Tokururin’s opening hours are 10 am to 4 pm.
- The last order is taken at 3 pm.
- For Soba-making Experience, it is between 10 am to 2 pm.
- Togakushi Soba Museum Tonkururin closes on Wednesdays and from December to mid-April. It also closes on Tuesdays in June and September.
- If you are taking a bus, get off at Soba Museum (そば博物館).
Kids’ Ninja Village (忍者の里チビッ子忍者村)
While the name suggests it is for kids, the adventure facility is actually a place in Togakushi for anyone from 3 years old to adults to enjoy various obstacle courses!
Although all in Japanese, each of the courses are named after different ninjutsu (ninja art).
To complete the ninja experience, you can rent out one of their ninja suits before you embark on the courses. The suit is especially handy when the obstacle is above water.
Inside their ninja museum, everything related to ninja is on display. From ninja throwing stars to ninja swords and various kinds of ninja armor, it is a place for you to rediscover what ninja is about!
And if you feel tempted to throw some ninja stars, you can! Just in the same building, you will be given 5 ninja stars. If 3 out of the 5 hit the target, you will receive a prize (^_-)-☆.
For more information about what sort of courses they offer, please refer to their official website HERE. You can check out the photos or translate the webpage with Google Chrome’s translation function on the right of the address bar.
Kids’ Ninja Village’s Business Hours, Admission Fee, and Access Information
- The village is open from 9 am to 5 pm from late April to November.
- The admission fee to enter the village is
- 500 yen for adults
- 230 yen for children between 4 – 6 years old
- As 6 facilities in the village require a 300 yen ticket on top of the admission fee, you can choose to get a package that includes admission to the village and the 6 facilities.
- 1,850 for elementary school students and above
- 1,630 yen for children between 4 – 6 years old
- Kids’ Ninja Village is just around a 15 to 20-minute walk from Togakushi Chū-sha.
Tip: Show THIS COUPON before you purchase your ticket to get a 200 yen discount (50 yen for the 230 yen children’s admission fee). If you plan to visit the village on a weekday, show THIS COUPON for a discount of more than 200 yen!
Togakushi Ninja Museum・Ninja Trick Mansion (戸隠流忍法資料館 忍者からくり屋敷)
Another ninja-related place in Togakushi is the Togakushi Ninja Museum and Ninja Trick Mansion, close to Togakushi Oku-sha.
A ninja’s home is often filled with traps that help them get a leg up on their adversaries. If you are interested in visiting one of these houses, drop by the Ninja Trick Mansion!
The facility is similar to an escape room, meaning you will need to use your brain to avoid being trapped inside. Our tip on finding your way out is to try to move and/or push the objects in the room around. A scroll on the wall can be the passageway to another room.
Apart from the Ninja Trick Mansion, there is also a Togakushi ninja art school museum which displays around 500 tools that the ninja used in Togakushi. There is also the Togakushi Folk Museum, where you can get an idea of the local’s life back in the Edo period.
The average time to escape from the mansion is 15 – 45 minutes. If you add to this the time it takes to explore the museums and walk around, you might end up spending 2 – 3 hours here.
For more information, please refer to their website HERE.
Tips: If too many people are inside the mansion, it will be difficult to avoid spoilers on the tricks used to escape. Thus it is advisable to avoid weekends and public holidays.
Togakushi Ninja Museum・Ninja Trick Mansion’s Opening Hours, Admission Fees, and Access Information
- The facility is open from 9 am to 5 pm from late April to November.
- The last admission is at 4:30 pm.
- The admission fee to enter the village is
- 650 yen for adults
- 450 yen for elementary and junior high school students
- It is just a 5-minute walk from the bus stop – Togakushi-Okushairiguchi (戸隠奥社入口).
The Scenic Route from Togakushi Chū-sha to Oku-sha
The mountain range of Togakushi is known for its beautiful scenery. But it would be a bit of a shame if you only came to the sacred mountain for the Togakushi Shrine, Togakushi Soba Noodles, and visiting the Ninja mansion.
Instead of heading straight from Chū-sha to get to Oku-sha, you can make a slight detour to the Kagami-ike Pond and Kotoriga-ike Pond. The promenade here will eventually lead to the cedar-lined approach of Oku-sha.
As there aren’t any road signs directing you to Kotoriga-ike Pond, you will want to head to Lamp Cafe (喫茶ランプ) from Chū-sha. From there, follow the road that has grass growing on its right and you will be on the promenade to Kotoriga-ike Pond in no time.
While walking on the promenade, you will see some tombstones on your right. These are the gravestones of the monks who held important positions in the former Togakushiyama Kenkōji Temple (戸隠山 顕光寺), now known as the Togakushi Shrine.
If you follow the directory signs along the way, you will eventually arrive at Kotoriga-ike Pond.
From the trailhead to Kotoriga-ike Pond, it should take around 10 minutes to arrive at Oku-sha.
Kotoriga-ike Pond (小鳥ヶ池)
Compared to the Kagami-ike Pond, Kotoriga-ike Pond is more of a hidden gem. If you find yourself being pushed around at Kagami-ike Pond in the fall foliage season, head to Kotoriga-ike Pond, it will give you some breathing space.
Then, to get to Kagami-ike Pond, follow the promenade and pass the Suzuri-ishi Stone (硯石). You will eventually get to the car park of the Kagami-ike Pond.
You can follow the map HERE for a visual of the route.
Kagami-ike Pond (鏡池)
On the way to Togakushi Oku-sha, you can make a detour to Kagami-ike, a scenic pond located at an altitude of 1,200 meters. The pond is extra picturesque when the vivid autumn color is reflected on the mirror-like surface from early to late October.
If you are curious about what the pond looks like now, you can check the live camera HERE.
Tips: If you are visiting Kagami-ike Pond in the autumn foliage season, it is recommended to go on weekdays to avoid massive crowds. If you can only go on weekends, try to get there as early as possible. Although there will be many photographers in the early morning, it will still be less crowded.
How to Get to Kagami-ike Pond
- If you are taking a bus, get off at Kagami-ike Iriguchi (鏡池入口). From there, it will be a 30-minute walk.
- Note: only bus route 70 will stop at Kagami-ike Iriguchi.
- If you are driving, it is better to make a left turn at the intersection close to Togakushi Hōkō-sha rather than heading there from Chū-sha as the road is narrower.
Important: During the autumn foliage season, traffic restrictions will be in place around Kagami-ike Pond. So if you can, taking a bus and trek from the bus stop would be better.
Togakushi Forest Botanical Garden (戸隠森林植物園)
Trekking towards the approach of Togakushi Shrine Oku-sha, you will get to the Togakushi Forest Botanical Garden, which is free to enter.
The garden is spacious and can take about 2 hours to explore fully (71 hectares). Walking around the garden, you might hear songs from various seasonal birds or even spot a few of them!
The garden is most famously known for the skunk cabbage blooming from early to mid-May. Other than the skunk cabbage, various alpine plants will also be blossoming from late April all the way to mid-October.
In the garden, there is another pond called Midoriga-ike. Although it can’t reflect the mountain ranges close by, the surrounding forest still facilitates an astonishing view of the surface of the pond.
HERE is the map of the Togakushi Forest Botanical Garden. Although it is in Japanese, it will still give you some idea of the garden’s layout. The numbers marked on the map indicate the time required to get from point A to point B.
After you have your fill of the park, following the promenade at the far back of the garden will lead you to the Suijinmon Gate (随神門) in the middle of the 2 km Togakushi Shrine’s approach.
Togakushi Forest Botanical Garden’s Opening Hours and Access Information
- The park is open from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm from late April to late November.
- It is closed on Mondays. If Monday is a public holiday, it will close on the next business day.
- In 2023, Togakushi Forest Botanical Garden is open from the 22nd April to the 23rd of November.
- If you are taking a bus, get off at Forest Botanical Garden Entrance (森林植物園入口).
Togakushi Soba Noodles
Because Togakushi is a cold region with short daylight hours and a significant disparity between day and night temperatures, its environment has been unsuitable for growing crops since ancient times.
However, these conditions are perfect for growing buckwheat. So instead of rice, the main food in the area is soba noodles!
The taste of soba noodles varies depending on the water used and how the dough was made.
In Togakushi, the water from mountain streams containing rich minerals is used to make the noodles. This is why noodles made elsewhere seem just can’t compete with it!
Important: We haven’t been able to find a restaurant in Togakushi that can serve vegetarian soba dipping sauce. So bring your own vegan sauce if you are strict with your diet.
Togakushi Soba Festival (戸隠そば祭り)
If you plan to visit Togakushi between the end of October to early November, you might want to check out the dates of the Togakushi Soba Festival.
In 2022, the festival was held from the 31st of October to the 1st of November. For future festival dates, you can refer to the official website HERE and translate it to English with Google Chrome’s translation function at the right of the address bar.
The 2-day festival starting from the late afternoon of the first day, is one of the biggest events in Togakushi. During the festival, soba noodles made from newly harvested buckwheat are offered to the gods of the Togakushi Shrine.
If you want to have a peak of the rituals, check out the video on the official website HERE!
For those who want to taste the noodles and soba offered to the god during the festival (called Gentei Ken’nō soba 限定献納そば), there are a few ways you can do so. If you aren’t going to stay overnight at one of the below three ryokans/Shukubō, you can head to one of the soba noodle restaurants from around 12:30 pm. But be quick, each restaurant only offers 15 servings.
- Shukubō Gokui (宿坊極意)
- Oumeitei Tsuji Ryokan (鷹明亭 辻旅館)
- Takei Ryokan (武井旅館)
Hanzaru Tabe-aruki (半ざる食べ歩き)
Hanzaru Tabe-aruki is a part of the Soba Festival’s event lineup that starts from the day after the festival until late November.
At Togakushi, soba noodles are served on the bamboo strainer, separated into five portions, each being a large mouthful. The strainer is called “zaru”. And “Hanzaru” means half of the strainer.
The Hanzaru Tabe-aruki event allows you to purchase the Hanzaru Ticket Book (半ざるチケットブック) at 2,300 yen. Purchasing this book will allow you to eat a half portion of the normal serving of soba noodles at four participating soba restaurants of your choice.
At each restaurant, you will get a stamp. After gathering all four stamps, you can enter a drawing for Toshikoshi Soba (年越しそば). Toshikoshi Soba is the soba noodles that the Japanese eat superstitiously on New Years Eve for longevity (because soba noodles are long. Nowadays, the noodle has sometimes been replaced by instant noodles (´▽｀*)).
Important: You will need a Japanese address to participate in the drawing.
Ōkubo Nishi no Chaya (大久保西の茶屋)
One of the most recommended soba restaurants is Ōkubo Nishi no Chaya (大久保西の茶屋), located close to Ichi no Torii (refer to our Togakushi Shrine article to find out more about the torii gate).
This restaurant, founded in 1624, has its farm for growing organic buckwheat. The vegetables and soba are all planted and grown by the owner to ensure the nutrition of the meal.
Ōkubo Nishi no Chaya is in a traditional house with its seats on tatami mats or wooden floorboards, creating a dining experience similar to a few centuries ago.
As Ichi no Torii is relatively remote (it isn’t close to any of the sub-shrines of the Togakushi Shrine), it is more suitable for those arriving or leaving Togakushi around lunchtime.
Tip: If you can’t fit the restaurant into your schedule, it has another restaurant at Nagano Station. The soba noodles served there are made in Togakushi.
Ōkubo Nishi no Chaya’s Busines Hours and Access Information
- The main Ōkubo Nishi no Chaya is open from 10:30 am to 6 pm.
- They operate for extended hours in summer and may close without notice in winter.
- The restaurant close to Nagano Station is open from
- 11:30 am to 11 pm on weekdays and Saturday
- 11:30 am to 10 pm on Sundays and public holidays
- To get to the main restaurant, please get off the bus at Ichinotorii (一 の 鳥 居).
- Please refer to HERE for the link to Google Maps for the restaurant close to Nagano Station.
Ōkubo no Chaya (大久保の茶屋)
On the right of Ōkubo Nishi no Chaya, there is another soba restaurant with a similar name called Ōkubo no Chaya. They are not related to each other.
Ōkubo is the geographical name of where the restaurants are situated. Because Ōkubo no Chaya was opened first, the restaurant which opened next to it added the “Nishi no” to its name.
Ōkubo no Chaya’s business hours are as per below.
- From March to December: daily except Fridays from 10 am to 4:30 pm or until the noodles run out.
- January and February: daily except Thursdays and Fridays from 10 am to 4 pm or until the noodles run out.
One of the most famous soba restaurants around Togakushi Chū-sha is Uzuraya. Its delicious noodles and exemplary customer service are why it has so many repeat customers.
Uzuraya is a restaurant where you have to queue up for at least 30 minutes on weekdays and more than an hour on weekends and public holidays.
But here is a tip for reducing the queuing time!
- When you arrive at Togakushi, head to Uzuraya first and write down your name on the waiting list placed outside of the restaurant. This way, you are almost guaranteed to be able to be the first batch of customers to dine at Uzuraya.
- On weekends, try to do so by 9 am.
- But if it is a consecutive holiday or during the autumn foliage season, try to put your name down before 7 am because you will be competing with those who stayed overnight at Togakushi.
- Then you can explore Togakushi Shrine and come back when the restaurant is open.
- Even if you aren’t there when they open their doors, just let the staff know that you are now back for the noodles, and they will let you know when a table is vacated.
Tip: For our fellow vegetarian friends, you might skip tempuras when you go to a soba restaurant because it usually comes with a deep-fried prawn. At Uzuraya, you can order vegetable or mushroom tempura which we highly recommend. The tempura at Uzuraya is fried with sesame oil making it extra delicious!
Uzuraya’s Business Hours and Access Information
- Uzuraya is open from 10:30 am to 4 pm or until they run out of noodles.
- For the days on which they are closed, please refer to the calendar at the bottom of their website HERE.
- The restaurant is closed on the days that are marked in pink.
- On any of the days that are marked in blue, the restaurant will open at 10 am.
- Uzuraya is just a 2-minute walk from Togakushi Chū-sha.
Gokurakubō (そば茶屋 極楽坊)
Gokurakubō is a restaurant of comparable popularity to Uzuraya. Instead of being situated in the busy Chū-sha area, it is on the pilgrimage route – Togakushi Kodō (戸隠古道) between Chū-sha and Oku-sha.
The restaurant’s interior is a fusion of a western cafe and a traditional Japanese house. So if you don’t want to sit on the floor or want to sit around the hearth (Irori, 囲炉裏), let the staff know your preference when you arrive.
Again, to minimize your waiting time, put your name down on the waiting sheet. Then after you come back from Togakushi Shrine, you should just be waiting for the next vacated table! The difference is that their waiting sheet won’t be out until the restaurant is open.
Gokurakubō’s Business Hours and Access Information
- Gokurakubō is open from 10:30 am to 6 pm in summer and from 11:30 am to 6 pm in winter from mid-December.
- The restaurant closes on Thursdays.
- To get to the restaurant, you get off the bus at Togakushi Chusha (戸隠中社). From April to early December, when the bus stops at Oku-sha, you can also get off at Togakushi Oku-sha.
- From either of the bus stop, it is around a 10 to 15-minute walk.
Togakushi Campground (戸隠牧場キャンプ場) and Togakushi Pasture (戸隠牧場)
For those who love camping or like to spend a night in a cottage in Togakushi, head to the Togakushi Campground, approximately a 20-minute walk from Togakushi Oku-sha’s approach.
Everything you need for camping can be rented from the campground’s office. From tents and cooking utensils to rice and drinks, you can source almost anything from the campground’s shop between 8:30 am to 5 pm.
The only thing you will need to bring along with you is other ingredients, such as mushrooms and vegetables, that you want to make into one of your dinner and breakfast dishes.
At the back of the campground is the Togakushi Pasture, where you can meet various farm animals, including cows, goats, rabbits, and Guinea pigs.
The animals in the pasture are quite used to people, so if you want to get closer to them, they won’t run away (^_-)-☆.
If you are a campground guest, it will be free for you to enter the pasture. For others, it will cost 300 yen per person (if you are an elementary school student or older).
Togakushi Campground and Togakushi Pasture’s Opening Hours and Access Information
- Togakushi Campground is accepting guests from late April to late October.
- Togakushi Pasture is open from early June to early October.
- To get to Togakushi Campground, please take bus route 70 from Nagano Station and get off at Togakushi Campground (戸隠キャンプ場).
Togakushi Ski Resort (戸隠スキー場)
If you love skiing, visiting Togakushi in winter means enjoying the fine powder on 19 of Togakushi Ski Resort’s courses on top of the delicious Togakushi Soba and the spiritual experience at Togakushi Shrine.
Unlike the many other highly frequented ski resorts in the prefecture, Togakushi Ski Resort is unlikely to be packed – especially on weekdays. Combined with the fact that it is located at a high elevation, the snow quality can generally be considered superior to the other ski resorts.
Tip: The ski resort has English-speaking staff at the reception.
For more information, please refer to the official website HERE.
Tokugashi Ski Resort’s Business Hours and Acess Information
- Tokugashi Ski Resort is open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm from mid-December to late March.
- If you are taking a bus from Nagano Station, get off at Tokugashi Ski Resort (戸隠スキー場).
Tip: Refer to their Japanese website HERE for various discount tickets. Remember to translate the webpage using Chrome’s translation function at the right of the address bar.
Extending Your Visit to Kinasa, Togakushi’s Neighbor
Many of the attractions in Togakushi go hand in hand with those in Kinasa. The small village also features one of the most beautiful valleys in the region. There is even a vegan cafe!
For more information, please refer to our article on Kinasa!