The largest village of the Raakva is Matsuri. There is an old school with a village square, where locals organize fairs and other events. On other days there is space for visitors to just stop here and enjoy the nature or come explore a fair. Visitors can also stay for longer in their car caravan or put up their tents.
During Seto Pop-up Café Days the atmosphere of the place will be a little bit more festive, because for one day Café Matsuri will be open. In the Japanese language, Matsuri (祭) means celebration or festival. This year’s Matsuri will be a food celebration where local flavors will be combined with exquisite nuances of foreign cuisine. The party will be international, while the main produce is local, mainly from Setomaa and our own gardens.