Traditional Open Air Farm Houses Museum & Stroll/日本民家集落博物館


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Traditional Open Air Farm Houses Museum & Stroll(500円 Museum Entry Fee included)

NOTE: This includes the entry fee of 500yen to the Open air Farm House Museum and a walk to the best parts of this massive park (dont worry we won’t walk that much as it is summer…..lots of shade especially in the farmhouse museum) 

服部緑地に日本民家博物館があるの知ってますか?日曜日のお昼、お散歩がてら昔ながらの建物を見に行きましょう!

THIS IS JAPAN`S FIRST OPEN AIR FARM HOUSE MUSEUM

When have you ever heard of a large collection of original Farm Houses? 

(PIC: Gassho-Zukuri Farmhouse from Hida Shirakawa, Gifu) 

located in one corner of Hattori Ryokuchi Park in Toyonaka City. With an area of about 36,000 m2, the museum has  12 typical Japanese farm-houses for display and the inside is stocked full of original, traditional items. 

(PIC: Farmhouse from Yamato Totsukawa, Nara)

These are the original Farm houses which have been de-constructed from their original locations around Japan and rebuilt here in Osaka!!!!!

These houses were originally built in the 17th to 19th centuries (the Edo period) and were used as dwellings up until the 1960s. Visitors can learn much about the accumulated wisdom of local life based upon individual regions’ unique culture and tradition.

(PIC: Farmhouse from Shinano Skiyama , Nagano) 

If we are lucky and they have enough staff available we will have the museum tour guide to explain the history of these historic houses kept in amazing condition!!! 

If not, i have done my research and i will explain the what, where, who, when and how about these buildings:) 

These are the original Farm houses which have been de-constructed from their original locations around Japan and rebuilt here in Osaka!!!!!

(PIC:  Chashitsu Tearoom from Kitakawachi, Osaka) 

ENTRY FEE:  1200yen (includes entry to Open Air Farm House Museum, and  walk around one of the largest parks in Kansai)

WHERE:  We will meet at Ryokuchikoen Station (on Midosuji Line) Only 20 minutes from Umeda!!

We will meet at the WEST exit in the tunnel in front of the McDonald’s (next to the WEST exit gate) 

(PIC: Meeting location) 

TIME: 3pm till 5:45pm

WHO: Anyone interested in Japanese history or architecture

WHY: Because its….educational hahah and makes you feel like your stepping into the past!!

CONTACT:  If you have ANY questions plllllease contact me via Facebook:  

   https://www.facebook.com/andrew.marsden.5473

Lets have a good time out with new friend!!:)

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09/10/2017 Traditional Open Air Farm Houses Museum