Want to know the traditional lifestyle of the Boso region of Chiba Prefecture? Boso no Mura or Boso Village is the best place for you. It is an open air museum that aims to expose the Japanese scenery of Boso region that has a typical village of the Edo Period (Houses, workshop and farms) 150 years ago.
Truly has a realistic look and feel.
Some facilities that visitors can see in this village is an old samurai residences, farm houses and merchant houses. It also has restaurants, noodle shops and a small museum that features exhibits from the boso region up to the present.
Visitors are also allowed to have an experience on a various types of Japanese culture such as traditional crafys and events.
Hands on activities can also be experience by the visitors such as crop harvesting and bamboo craft making. According to their website, there are about 350 types of demonstrations and hands on experience handled by the museum and make sure to check them out!
From Narita Station, ride a Chiba Kotsu bus bound to Ryukakujidai-Shako and get off at the Ryukakujidai-Ni-Chome bus stop. From there, the Boso Village can be reached in a 10 minute walk.
The Boso Village opens at 9:00 to 16:30.
It is closed during Mondays and December 25 to January 1.
Admission fee is 300 Yen.
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