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Japan Taisho Village, Ena

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  • You come at the end of the Akechi Line and there is nothing. Quiet and dead. There is nothing to do, just old buildings. No animation, and that is a shame because with more activities it could have be...  more »
  • Akechi, Taisho era buildings remain. It is the Japan Taisho village. Akechi station has a large free parking lot, souvenir shops such as supermarket and drive-in, restaurant nearby, so useful to tourists. Is good because the town is dotted with attractions, leisurely stroll at walking. So many buildings of Showa "taishou era" of density, not much darker by the jakuzzi. But I'd loose not mince. Walking along the quiet town and nostalgic feel in alleyways and river landscapes of the staff. Went to the evening, village hall and various museums are closed, was restricted to the exterior. It is also exhibited a variety next time I want to see.
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  • The entire town of Akechi intact, in the Taisho era slipped like theme parks; And fences is not there, look at some facilities free of charge. Also the local volunteer guides.
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