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Tono Furusato Village

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May

Tono Furusato Village (遠野ふるさと村) is an open-air museum of traditional houses located in Iwate. You can experience Japanese village life of the old time Japan. There are 7 traditional houses of Tohoku region style and all of them are removed here. You can see the real life of Tohoku region's Samurai era. The main feature of traditional houses in Tohoku is L-shape style. Because it is so cold in winter, the stables are located inside of their house.

Tourist Info.
There are parking and restroom.
Admission: 540 yen for Adults, 320 yen for students.
There is a group discount.
Time: 9:00 to 17:00 (last entry 16:00), 16:00 from Nov. to Feb.

Access
0. at Hanamaki Station
1. use JR Kamaishi Line to Tono Station.
2. use a local bus to Tono Furusatomura.


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Tono Furusato Village
Tono Furusato mura is the restored village that gathers traditional houses that are removed from Tono City. You can experience the life of the old time Japanese village here. There are also local craft works that you can try.

In the some of the houses, the real horses live there.

-Daikudon House-
Constructed in late 19th century.

-Kawamae 2nd House-
Constructed in late Edo period.

-Kobiru House-
Constructed in 1762.

-Onodon House-
Constructed in late 19th century.

-Kimoiri House-
Constructed in late Edo period.

-Yajuro House-
Constructed in 1812. There is a secret room in this house.

-Minakuchi House-
Constructed in late 19th century. You can experience the painting by glass and flowers.

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