Nipped in here for a look. We were short of time but it was enjoyable. Fun things for younger kids as well as teenagers and interesting history for adults.
About Hida Minzoka Mura Folk Village (Hida no Sato)
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Our visit here was a highlight. It is a beautiful Folk Village that has examples of housing and other historical buildings in a beautiful setting. It was easy to walk through, and there was plenty of English signage. Worth a visit for sure!
I loved the place, the surrounding is beautiful and it shows how was life in a rural mountainous region in the old days. The architecture outside of the houses is like in Switzerland, all wood with some time a thatched roof like England or Sylt,...More
Has awesome little games at the start and the houses are beautiful just begin to be quiet hard to tell apart... only advice is take shoes that can be easily taken off as a lot of houses require you to take off your shoes!!!
We spent a couple of hours strolling through the lovely grounds and buildings. If you have ever been to Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan - Hida no Sato was created out of the same sensibility...gather historic dwellings from across Japan and bring them to one...More
An interesting variety of traditional houses from the area and each of them focusing on an old craft like silkworm growing or weaving. As far as explanations in English one of the better museums we visited. It is a bit outside of town but a...More
An enjoyable few hours spent at Hida folk village. It's encapsulates life in Japan in the old days. A wonderful display of approx 20 houses with detailed explanations of how life was within. If you don't have the time to go to shirakawarago this is...More
There were only a handful of people there when we went in November. It is a great place to actually carefully looked at how the gassho-zukuri houses are built. We took the bus from Kanazawa station to the folk village. It was then just a...More