【First oyster farming experience in Matsushima, one of Japan's three most scenic views】
Breeding experience with local fishermen and guides Tour of Oshima, a famous moon spot, and Murasaki Shrine, the guardian deity of Matsushima Town

Participation fee 10,000 yen (tax included) per person (Including lunch 1,500 yen to 2,000 yen)
Capacity 6 people ~ Please contact us for the maximum number of people.
participant Same age for both men and women
Time required 8:30-12:30 (4 hours)
schedule 8:30 Meeting at Isozaki fishing port
9:00 Departing from Isozaki Fishing Port - Experience raising oysters on a fishing boat with the captain and guide
11:00 Walk through the history of Ojima with a guide
12:00 Move to Murasaki Shrine to worship and unveil the mikoshi hall
12:30 Disbanded after lunch
nearest station ●JR Tohoku Main Line Matsushima Station
●JR Senseki Line Matsushima Kaigan Station
●JR Senseki Line Takajo Station
●JR Senseki Tohoku Line Takajo Station
※Details of the meeting place will be provided at the time of reservation.
Business day Open all year round (however, the date and time may change in case of bad weather)
Application deadline Please call us from 20 days before your application date to the morning of the day before.
We may not be able to accept your reservation due to other reservations, so please apply as soon as possible if your schedule is confirmed.
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FAX 022-353-2629 (Reception hours 9:00-13:00)
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This will be the first attempt in Matsushima Town.
「 True oyster harvesting experience with Matsushima Town Isozaki Fishery Business Operator」

Through the experience of harvesting true oysters, we will pass on the scenery of oyster beds floating in Matsushima Bay to future generations.

Oysters, a blessing from Matsushima Bay
 Matsushima in Miyagi Prefecture is one of Japan's three most scenic views, famous for its 260 large and small islands floating in Matsushima Bay and the beautiful natural scenery created by the ria coastline. Oyster farming has been actively practiced in Matsushima Bay since ancient times. However, in recent years, the number of successors to true oyster farming has been decreasing due to the aging of the population. The scenery of oyster racks floating in Matsushima Bay is our "treasure," and it is important that we continue to preserve it and pass it down.

“Matsushima” guided by local fishermen and guides
 The Matsu Island offers a program where you can experience harvesting true oysters and making oyster racks with local fishermen who are actually engaged in the fishing industry in Matsushima, one of Japan's three most scenic spots. Matsushima Town's true oysters are small and are said to be the most delicious brand of oysters in Japan. Please come to Matsushima Town and join us in experiencing the harvesting of real oysters, making trellises, and more, and enjoy the ``oysters'' grown by the nature of Matsushima Bay.

Murasaki Shrine, the guardian deity of Matsushima Town, Oshima, a famous moon spot
In addition to the experience of harvesting true oysters, a local guide will show you around Oshima, a sacred place with many rock caves with Buddhist statues, and Murasaki Shrine, the guardian deity of Matsushima Town.
Why not experience Matsushima that you don't usually notice by harvesting real oysters grown in the nature of Matsushima, one of Japan's three most scenic views, and walking around Matsushima Town. If you are interested, please feel free to contact us and participate.

Voices of those who experienced itExperiences

You will be impressed by the year-round experiences that cannot be experienced on tour.

What's appealing about this tour is that you can experience everything from making racks to propagation and harvesting all year round with the captain, who is a true oyster farmer from Matsushima, which you can't experience on regular tours.
I also learned a lot from a local Matsushima guide about the history of Oshima Island, a hidden gem, and the history of Murasaki Shrine. This is a recommended experience.