It was lovely to be able to go around the different craft buildings set in old Nissan huts here without feeling like you had to buy something, or feeling that you weren't wanted. Watching some of the craftsmen at work was very interesting even though one of the glass blowers was yawning a lot (however, this is there everyday job day in day out) and they worked well as a team with each one doing their bit, almost like a production line. The shop staff were helpful and friendly and didn't pester you in anyway. If I had a bigger suitcase and luggage allowance I would have bought more.
There are maintained public conveniences for those that need, and although we didn't go round the whole place we didn't notice anywhere to buy food or drink.
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