A full reproduction of life in the Hida Region’s Yamamura
The Hida Folk Village Hida-no-Sato is a restoration of several old buildings and shrines done in the Gassho style that was endemic to the Hida region. It is a location where you can experience the nostalgia of an old mountain farming village from the Hida region. 4 buildings here have been designated as important cultural property of the country of Japan. There are private residences as well as work houses, and a number of everyday tools such as warehouses and play equipment. In an attempt to reproduce the everyday life of Hida-no-Sato, there are not just exhibits but demonstrations of craft making such as straw items, daily items, as well as vegetable and flower gardening. It is a very rare opportunity to see the intangible culture of craftsmanship, and so if you are interested it’s a must-see. From January to the end of February it is lit up at night and you can enjoy a different atmosphere in the snowy village at night. Prices for adults are 300 yen and 100 yen for elementary and junior high school students.
Take the JR Takayama Line to Takayama Station (高山駅) and from there take the Nohi bus’s Takayama City Sarubobo bus and get off on Hida-no-Sato. (飛騨の里). By car, the nearest interchange is on the Chubu-Jukan Expressway at Takayama IC (高山). Free parking is available down the road from Hida-no-Sato and paid parking is available in front of Hida-no-Sato for 300 yen per car.
Image Gallery: Hida Folk Village Hida-no-Sato
Description: Hida Folk Village Hida-no-Sato
|Sights||Hida Folk Village Hida-no-Sato (飛騨民俗村・飛騨の里 )|
1 Chome-590 Kamiokamotomachi, Takayama-shi, Gifu-ken
|Phone / Fax||Phone: 0577-34-4711 / Fax: 0577-33-4714|
|Admission Fee||Pay admission: 700yen|
Spring (March - May)Summer (June - August) Autumn (September - November) Winter (December - February)
|Recommended target||Family Groups Child (ages 7-17) Adult (ages 20+) Single traveller|
Map: Hida Folk Village Hida-no-Sato