Stroll through a recreation of an Edo period street with original building from the era. A bukeyashiki (samurai residence), merchant’s, farmer’s, and fisherman’s houses, as well as a rice granary, invite you to experience the traditions and life of the community in a time bygone.
|closed||Tuesdays (or the following day if Tuesday is a public holiday) / New Year's Eve (29 December - 3 January)|
|parking space||available free 40|
|admission fee||Adults: 200 yen / Disabled persons: Free / Adults (Groups of 20 or more): 160 yen / Junior high school age and under: Free|
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