Located in Japan's Nagano Prefecture, Kamakura Village has used its snowy landscapes to create a unique dining experience for tourists. The pop-up eatery serves guests lunch and dinner in 20 private snow huts. Inside, visitors can enjoy Noroshi Nabe, a centuries-old hot pot made from Shinshu Miso, Miyuki Pork, and locally grown mushrooms and vegetables, including honshimeji, enoki, and king trumpet. The property also hosts a Shinto Shrine housing a divine rope called a Shimenawa used to ward off evil, and an offering box. The Restaurant Kamakura Village is open until February 27, 2022.