Takayama JinyaCurrently Closed
- Address: 1-5 Hachiken-machi, Takayama, Japan
- Timings: 08:45 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-577320643
- Ticket Price: 430 JPY
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Historical Site, Food And Drinks, Family And Kids, Architecture
Takayama Jinya - Review
The Takayama Jinya is a government office that was used to get the Hida province under the rule of Edo Bakufu (Shogunate) and was formerly a residential place that belonged to Lord Kanamori.
The place was designated an historical site in 1929 and today is one of the most iconic places to see classic Japanese architecture with a fine use of wooden shingles, timber and clay store rooms. A farmers’ market is held here every morning and is the perfect time to explore the place as well try some local food.
Takayama Jinya Ticket Prices
- Admission Fee: Japanese Yen 430
Takayama Jinya Opening and Closing Hours
- Open Daily: 8:45 am to 5:00 pm (until 4:30 pm from November to February, until 6:00 pm in August)
- Closed On: December 29, December 31 and January 1
How To reach Takayama Jinya by Public Transport
- By renting a bicycle.
- On foot
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Things to Know Before Visiting Takayama Jinya
95% of people who visit Takayama include Takayama Jinya in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
45.6% of people start their Takayama Jinya visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Takayama Jinya
72.53% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Takayama Jinya
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Takayama Jinya, Takayama Reviews
Being able to walk around inside of this edo style building is really quite the occasion. You can get a sense of the hierarchy present in the culture and how that affects the way buildings are made, laid out and used. If you're a taller individual, mind your head! This building is not made for you. This is a great follow-up or introduction to a visit to the folk village. I only wish they had translated a bit more and put a little bit more props into the rooms to make it a 5/5
Amazingly well-maintained government house from the Edo era, the last of its kind in Japan. They offered a free English-speaking guide for just 2 of us, who gave us a quick tour of the house and called out small but very interesting architectural innovations from the era. There's even a mini museum set up in the old warehouse. The exhibits have extensive Japanese exposition, but only the titles are in English: only a handful have English translations. In winter/spring, the house is COLD, and you have to walk through it in your socks. Would be nice if they had more heating, but it's a good reminder of how people used to live back then.
It is famous here, but it is definitely boring. You will just walk through the museum. You surely feel tired. There are other better tourist attractions. You should examine it often.
There are many paid attractions in Takayama, but I’d say this one really is the one worth getting your Yens out for. The path within the castle itself is well defined and explained, and the views of the garden are wonderful. The exhibition at the end though is for the most part not translated in English, a real shame. When you’re done with your walk, do stop by the « rest area » to the right of the entrance to grab a vending machine drink and enjoy their free wifi.
This place is worth a visit if you like Japanese history. It shows how the administration worked during the XIX century and displays some objects from that time. Not all the signs are in English, you'll have to bear with that... Also, I expected more from the torture chamber... it's just a room with two or three artifacts. It may be a bit expensive compared to other tourist attractions, but still, it's worth it if you're visiting the city.
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