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Interesting architecture and design of the buildings in the park. There is a place where you can rent traditional japanese costumes for the whole day I think, and you can walk around the park taking photos with the traditional buildings.
This whole place felt like an overpriced souvenir store. The restoration didn’t feel authentic I wouldn’t recommend this to other travellers unless you’re wanting to rent kimonos and have photos in the area.
Saiko Iyashino-Sato Nenba (meaning the healing village of Nenba by Lake Saiko) was created for the efforts of restoring the bygone era’s traditional farming villages where dwellings were typically made with straw thatched roofs. Approx. 20 houses were restored and now is a popular tourist...More
Went as part of a 2n stay in the area
Borderline nominal entrance fee (350yen each) for the 20 huts but mostly contrived version of ‘traditional crafts’ with little more than 60 seconds spent in each
A few extremely overpriced food spots in the car...More
Bought the bus pass which I highly suggest getting. It hits all the colored routes. On the green route is this old village with thatched roofs. It was a last minute decision, but once we saw Mount Fuji we hopped off. After our stroll through...More
All the thatched buildings are incredible to look at, and there are lots of cool crafts that you can join in for a fee. One lady invited us in and taught us to paint on a postcard which we then got to keep. The atmosphere...More
This place is super nice during nice weather. Getting more information about Japanese culture and some history. Very good for families with children (7-12year old) they have classes for souvenirs making with charge.
Every house has its theme, such as glass-making, fabric making, selling souvenirs & restaurants. I spent an hour for exploring the village and an hour for having lunch.
Mountain Fuji was visible on the day that I visited, it makes the village more beautiful.
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If you decide to rent a car, I would say it'll be the best idea. You can go anywhere you want, and not so far from the train station.And if you decide not to rent a car, you can go by bus. Please reference the Route map of... More
If you decide to rent a car, I would say it'll be the best idea. You can go anywhere you want, and not so far from the train station.And if you decide not to rent a car, you can go by bus. Please reference the Route map of Omni Bus.
You can take the green line to get there.