Outdoor village museum featuring Hida Region’s characteristic A-framed houses transferred or restored, including national important cultural properties.
Hida Region’s historical precious homes are brought and restored in Hida no Sato. A-framed houses that bore the weight of heavy snow or thatched roof homes, four of which are designated as national important cultural properties, are passing on the nostalgic farm village scenery into the future.
Each house exhibits many valuable mountain farming tools and housewares from the days gone. Demonstrations of straw crafts, embroidery, etc. are changed daily. Stilts, the cup and ball and other children’s plays are available for families.
Various events are also held throughout the year, including traditional events of the Hida region. In autumn and winter, the village is illuminated. It is a must-see to see the fantastic sight of the Gassho Village covered in autumn leaves and snow.
National important cultural properties such as A-framed homes.
Exhibition of valuable mountain farming tools and housewares.
Try stilts, the cup and ball, and other historical children’s plays or feed koi fish.
Stroll in nature and look for stone buddha statues.
In fall and winter, the village is lit up to create a dreamy scene.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 1-590 Kamiokamotomachi, Takayama City, Gifu
- Adult: 700yen (including tax), Children (elementary, middle schooler) 200yen (including tax)
- Open every day
- Business Hours
- From JR Takayama Station, take a bus or taxi for 10 min
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)