Hida Folk Village, Takayama
About Hida Folk Village, Takayama
Hida Folk Village, Takayama - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Japan, 〒506-0031 Gifu Prefecture, Takayama, 上岡本町1−590
Ticket Price: 700 JPY
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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The Hida Minzoka Mura Folk Village consists of 30 traditionally built structures including homes with thatched roofs, shrines and small sheds. The nearby Goami Pond adds to the landscape and is perfect to take a few moments to relax at its shore.
You can explore the homes and shrines as you like and see traditional tools, machinery and even see hand-made crafts take form in front of your eyes. Try your hand at making things from straw, wood and clay as you see the master craftsmen spin their magic. Do make sure you buy a few souvenirs before you leave.
Hida Folk Village Ticket Prices
- Adult: Japanese Yen 700
- Child (6-15 years): Japanese Yen 200
Hida Folk Village Opening and Closing Hours
- For change in timings, visit the official website.
Hida Takayama Crafts Experience Center:
- Wednesday-Monday: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
How To reach Hida Folk Village by Public Transport
- By renting a bicycle
- On foot
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Such a cool place to visit. Honestly, wasn't expecting to see and enjoy so much. The village is so quiet and peaceful. We spent hours walking from structure to structure through the woods. The history is fascinating. The design of the massive home is fantastic. We spent most of the day here and both children and the adults loved it.
A collection of very old houses from around the place that have been moved here to this cute little village for protection and display. I really enjoyed visiting, the houses were amazing considering their age. There is a stamp-collecting route and a bit of tourist kitsch to have fun with too, which I found a bizarre but fun (and very Japanese) combo.
It's was beautiful to see, during the night. It is all fake but that doesn't matter. They rebuild a small part of Shirakawa-go as a open air museum. Easy accessible for any one. Very recommended to visit at night. Just take the bus from the bus station, short ride.
This is a great place in which to get a glimpse of 1600s Japanese culture. There are many buildings with excellent discriptors. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it!
Interesting collection of old Japanese buildings, with signs in Japanese and English explaining about the architecture, work, lifestyle and culture of villagers in the Eco period. Only a half hour walk from Takayama rail station, and past the Museum of Art, so not a long way out of our way. The buildings and displays are static (no actors playing out villager roles) but interesting. We went mid week and there were almost no visitors.
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