Where should I stay?
Visitors can stay at Momonoura Village, the festival’s official accommodation, designed by award-winning Tokyo architects Atelier Bow-Wow. It is located in a small fishing village on the wooded edge of Ishinomaki town and offers lovely chalet-style accommodations. Alternatively, visitors can book onsen hotels overlooking Matsushima Bay, cozy up in guesthouses, cabins and caravans on the Sanriku coast, or stay in an authentic samurai residence on Mount Zao. .
Where can I eat?
Food is another big draw at the Reborn-Art Festival, with famous Japanese chefs and local talent using the event to showcase the Tohoku region’s sensational seafood, rich wild game, and fruits and vegetables. local charges. The main restaurant is the open-air Reborn-Art Dining Restaurant, but you’ll also find food stalls, night markets, workshops, pop-ups, and culinary talks throughout the area. For a more hands-on dining experience, be sure to book the Ishinomaki Food Adventure, which includes a fishing boat trip, a mountain walk with a deer hunter, and a taste of kaiseki cuisine (a traditional Japanese meal multi-course).
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