Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nemba
Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nemba
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oskar
Swindon, UK105 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Solo
I stayed in kawaguchiko and rented a bike to travel around the five lakes. Wasn’t expensive and the ride didn’t take long. I think it’s 500¥ entry into the village but definitely worth it. I haven’t seen anywhere like this. The views of Fuji are stunning and the history of the village is pretty cool.
Written 26 April 2024
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MARIVIC J
Makati, Philippines1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023
Such a very nice and peaceful place where you can rejuvenate yourself and enjoy the nice view of the surrounding, with Mount Fuji as backdrop.
Written 25 May 2023
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amooafshin
Dubai, United Arab Emirates159 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023
Saiko Iyashi-no-Sato Nenba tourist village is built near the lake. The entrance to this collection is 500 yen. This village was built on the remains of the old village that was destroyed by a landslide in 1966. The houses are built in the old style and each of them refers to a specific theme. Some of them are also dedicated to craft stores. For people who like to see traditional Japanese houses and enjoy opening and closing sliding doors and windows, this place will definitely be interesting to visit.
Written 12 May 2023
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Yuko-Stu
Yokohama, Japan233 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021
We though that we were going to authentic old thatched roof houses, only to find out that all but one were new replicas of the ole buildings
Written 2 December 2021
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milcah889
Quezon City, Philippines1,045 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
Saiko Iyashino-Sato Nenba is a an ancient healing village which affords one a comfortable walking tour throughout the entire village. Arm yourself with a handy map to know which cottage to focus on, especially if you're running on a tight schedule. Each cottage houses offers something interesting and unique for its visitors: one has a wasabi garden, while another is a heating cottage, one holds tea ceremonies, while another rents out Edo-period costumes! Apart from being culturally -rich, it also affords one beautiful views of Mt. Fuji.
Written 9 April 2020
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gread2016
Castlegar, Canada227 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019
Really interesting tourist attraction and a must see. Get to try on original dress so you get a real feel for the culture.
Written 1 February 2020
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GintamaZ
California2,797 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
Commercialized museum of ancient Japanese village.

There are samurai rental shops .

They do have many interesting handcraft stores.

It is farther from Kawaguchico station.

Written 11 January 2020
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Jobby005
Bangkok, Thailand369 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Family
This is rebuilt traditional Japanese style village on hill (destroyed from mud slide). Almost every home change to shops and restaurants. One home show history of this village during mud slide disaster. Two home have traditional Japanese warm table and art show. Mt Fuji view is very beautiful.
Written 28 December 2019
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Glenn Djangkar
Jakarta, Indonesia279 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Family
Went and visited there exactly on Christmas Day. This reconstructed village is located at the bottom of Mount Fuji with very spectacular views of the mountain itself.

According to our guide, Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nemba was actually a real village until it experienced a landslide in the past and was then reconstructed in its present form. All up there are 13 thatched roof houses.

One house contained all of the snacks that one could buy in the village. Another house contained the kimono and samurai hakama for hour. Those who have frowned at the kimono hire price at Asakusa will be happy to note that the price of the rent is 1,000 yen which is 1/3 the price of the kimono rent at Asakusa.

This is a great place to visit for those interested in what traditional Japanese life is like. In addition to the great view there are various little things to enjoy such as feeding the fishes at the fishpond at the ticket booth at the bottom of the village. There is also a wasabi garden for those who would like to see how this condiment is cultivated.
Written 27 December 2019
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Sparking G
Singapore, Singapore202 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
We were there early December morning and wasn’t crowded. We took the green omnibus from our hotel, Fuji View, late in the morning. We had an early lunch at one of the restaurants selling udon. The restaurant was small (about 5 tables) but we were the only patrons at that time. We took our own sweet time exploring the village (entrance fee required). We were given a comprehensive map to guide us around. Some of the thatched roof houses are shops selling food or souvenir items. Lots of stalls outside of the village selling food, snacks and souvenir as well. Good place to spend a couple of hours, we were able to view Mt Fuji clearly from the village. Good place to spend a few hours.
Written 21 December 2019
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