Boso Village

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Boso Village (房総のむら) is an open museum that displays the old time of Japan, especially Edo period to study traditional culture and Japanese craftworks. It is located near Narita Airport, Chiba Prefecture. There is merchant town that has 16 different kinds of crafts-mans houses. Each houses displays different kinds of Japanese local craftworks. You can also experiencing those craftworks as well. There are also Samurai area that has the middle rank Samurai House, and 3 rich farmers' house and local Kabuki theatre. You can experince Edo period at this open museum.

Tourist Info.
There are parking and restroom.
Admission: 300 yen for adult, 150 yen for over high school, free for under and over 65.
Time: 9:00 to 16:30
Closed: Monday (when Monday is holiday, closes on Tuesday.)

0. at Narita Station.
1. use local bus to Bosonomura.
2. walk.

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Detailed Travel Guide

Boso-no-mura is a unique museum that aims for visitors to learn about history through experiencing traditional lifestyle and craft making of the Boso Area, as well as through exhibiiton of artifacts excavated from various parts of Chiba Prefecture.

Crafts-making Area
Shops, samurai residences and farmhouses of the latter half of the Edo Period to the beginning of the Meiji Period are reproduced here, giving the visitor a realistic look of the daily life at the time. Visitors can learn about traditional craftwork and the lifestyle of the times through demonstrations and participation in various activities. There are 16 different merchant houses and 5 other houses.

Samurai House and Farmer Area
There is the middle class samurai house of Sakura domain. There are 3 different village headman's house around this area.

In this park, there are many Kofun, the acient mausoleums of Japan.

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