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Several old Japanese houses that were once located in the Kawasaki and surrounding regions. Cool look into the past. All but one house is pre-Meiji era. Volunteers tend fires in some of the houses and are more than happy to share the history and show...More
Original March 2017 review:
This place is so nice and relaxing, the staff is so warm and kind that I was sad to leave it at the end of the day! The houses are authentic, they have been moved here from their original location. It's...More
This park has many old houses relocated from all over Japan. So, we can learn Japanese old-fashioned life. You must be overwhelmed by the extensive park. You can enjoy it for a long time. Spring and Autum are nice seasons for visiting. It takes around...More
I didn’t enjoy going to this museum because:
1. It was raining when I went and, being an outdoor museum, it got muddy and slippery,
2. For me the house features were just similar and I didn’t feel the need to see all the old...More
This is a 'restored' village. The original village was destroyed quite some time ago.
The village provide you a glimpse of the past of Japanese common folk's life.
You can hire Samurai Costume and Kimono for photo around the village.
Suggest go in the late...More
We visited here last Dec on a clear day. We took the train from Haneda airport to Mukogaoka-Yuen station and with the help of google map we then reached the museum by foot which took us probably 20mins or more. It was quite an easy...More
It only cost ¥500 yen to get in and it’s so worth it. If you’re into history you will love this place, and even if you’re not into historical stuff you can still appreciate the old way of life displayed in this “museum”.
A daytrip here is essential break from the concrete jungle. Picturesque houses constructed of humble materials from days past in a hilly wooded setting. At the moment there's a lot of construction going on at the main entrance to the museum. Some houses have volunteers...More
Nice collection of authentic houses gathered from five different regions in Japan, including the Shin-Etsu region of the Japanese Alps. The museum is well laid out and following the numbers on the walking path on the map takes you to every house. Each house has...More
Hmm. It's a bit of a go but doable. Take the Keikyu Line to Keikyu Kawasaki station. Short walk to JR Kawasaki Station, then take the Nambu Line to Noborito. Taxi or a ~800m walk to the park with the museum. Station staff at... More
Hmm. It's a bit of a go but doable. Take the Keikyu Line to Keikyu Kawasaki station. Short walk to JR Kawasaki Station, then take the Nambu Line to Noborito. Taxi or a ~800m walk to the park with the museum. Station staff at Noborito can point the way. Good luck!
Take the Tokyu Line to Musashi Kosugi. Then change to the Nambu Line to Noborito. At Noborito change to the South Bound Odakyu line for just one stop. Avoid the express train that will miss the station. At Musashi Kosugi it... More
Take the Tokyu Line to Musashi Kosugi. Then change to the Nambu Line to Noborito. At Noborito change to the South Bound Odakyu line for just one stop. Avoid the express train that will miss the station. At Musashi Kosugi it is not a direct transfer as the two lines are run by different companies. You'll have to exit and re enter, but the two stations are linked by a walkway. Good luck! It's definitely worth it.
By the way there is a bus from the station but as I mentioned it really is not far to walk. Enjoy.