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Cormorant Fishing in Miyoshi Started in the Edo Period Using the Longest Rope in Japan

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Cormorant Fishing in Miyoshi Started in the Edo Period Using the Longest Rope in Japan

Cormorant Fishing in Miyoshi Started in the Edo Period Using the Longest Rope in Japan

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Ukai (cormorant fishing) is held in June to September where the Basen river and Saijo river meet. Ukai has over a 400-year history in Miyoshi and the rope used by the cormorant fishers is the longest in Japan. Watching cormorants in a cool wind passing over the river is an interesting time that you can only experience in Miyoshi in summertime.

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スポット名 Cormorant Fishing in Miyoshi
所在地 Miyoshi Ukai port of embarkation, inside the Tookaichi Sinsui park, Tokaichihigashi, Miyoshi, Hiroshima
電話番号 0824-63-9268 (Miyoshi City Tourism Association)