Hida Folk Village in Takayama City Area
Hida Folk Village
Hida Folk Village is a popular tourist destination located in the Takayama City area of Takayama, Gifu, Japan. It is a collection of traditional Japanese houses that were relocated to the site in the 1970s to preserve the region's unique architectural heritage.
The houses, which were originally built in the Hida region during the Edo period (1603-1868), are made of wood and have thatched roofs. They are arranged in a village-like setting, with narrow streets and alleys, and surrounded by lush greenery.
Visitors to the Hida Folk Village can explore the houses and learn about the daily life of the people who lived in them. The houses are furnished with traditional Japanese furniture and household items, and there are displays of tools and other artifacts that were used in the past.
There are also demonstrations of traditional crafts such as weaving, woodworking, and paper-making, as well as performances of local music and dance.
The Hida Folk Village is open year-round, and admission is reasonably priced. It is a great place to visit for anyone interested in Japanese history and culture, or for those who simply want to experience the charm and beauty of a traditional Japanese village.
Approximate latitude and longitude: 36.1464° N, 137.2517° E