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Shukunegi

Shukunegi, Sado, Niigata Prefecture
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Interesting

This is the area once was occupied by ship builders, the traditional tiny houses with narrow alley... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
semanticvision
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Los Angeles, California
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Old Edo style village

Well preserved or rebuilt village from Edo period. Too bad it's a bit far from Ogi port and not... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2017
Sophie C
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Paris, France
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Shukunegi, Sado, Niigata Prefecture
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is the area once was occupied by ship builders, the traditional tiny houses with narrow alley survived from 17th century till now. A quick stop for an hour or so is nice detour.

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Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

Well preserved or rebuilt village from Edo period. Too bad it's a bit far from Ogi port and not easy to access without a car, even by bicycle. You can do it by bus but check the schedules... Or hitch-hike.

Thank Sophie C
Reviewed 21 August 2017 via mobile

We came to Sado for the Earth Festival and came to see this really old village by the sea. You can visit the Temple, pay to tour a rich shipowner's former house and walk around the small paths between the homes. Feels like being back...More

1  Thank jda180
Reviewed 8 April 2017

I met there a lovely old man Mr Wakayama who guided me for free for two hours explaing every corner of that lovely and romanticc town

Thank Urszula15
Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

Splendid narrow streets and traditional cemeteries. It was a pleasure to walk through this village. Few people today since it was quite rainy but it made the visit more calm.

Thank Oli V
Reviewed 9 February 2017 via mobile

Was snowing and rainy when we visited Sado. Interesting little town. Easy to navigate around, and plenty of great photo opportunities.

Thank YenlengMY
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

Beautifully well preserved houses! Most of these are still occupied with families living but you can visit few to get a feel of how things were few centuries ago. At the end of the village there is a small old Temple visit that too to...More

Thank Girish D
Reviewed 11 July 2016

The village was preserveda to show you how people live in the past. Each house has a story and some even have strange shape like triangle.

Thank Chalisa W
Reviewed 26 June 2015

It was like stepping into a time machine. Seems like some people still live in this village. The small bay across the road had great views. Plan to spend an hour here. Also the museum up the road has many artifacts and an actual cargo...More

Thank Anitaraze
Reviewed 25 June 2013

This coastal village has been preserved as a window into the past. The mostly untreated wooden houses snuggly close together and you walk along narrow paths to explore the place. There is a common at the back of the village with an interesting temple and...More

1  Thank TheRoadLeast
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