Do you want to challenge the Japanese traditional techniques and handicrafts about 150 years ago?
In “Boso-no-Mura”, you can experience the first-hand various types of Japanese tradition!
Boso-no-mura is reproduced a Japanese scenery of about 150 years ago (from the late Edo era to early Meiji era) in the Boso area (including Chiba Prefecture). There are old samurai residences, merchant’s residence, farmhouses, and other buildings.
You can experience some Japanese culture, for example, making traditional handicraft, joining the tea ceremony, and making coaster made of tatami straw.
There are about 350 types of demonstrations and hands-on experience programs through the year. But the schedule of experiences is changed. So, if you want to experience it, please you apply to Boso-no-mura by phone or fax.
Other times, I introduce some experience in Boso-no-mura.[Information] Experience Museum Chiba Prefectural “Boso-no-Mura”
■Closed: Mondays (Tuesday if Monday falls on a holiday), Beginning and end of the year, other extra holidays.
Adults: 300 yen.
High school/College students: 150 yen.
Senior citizens 65 years or older, and junior high school age and under: free.
1028 Ryukakuji, Sakae, Imba-gun, Chiba Prefecture.
You get the bus from JR “Narita” Station to “Ryukakuji-dai-shako”, and get off at “Ryukakuji-dai-2-chome”.
About 8 minutes walking from “Ryukakuji-dai-2-chome”.