Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nemba, Fujikawaguchiko-machi

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Under the arresting gaze of Mt. Fuji sits the traditional village of Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nemba. Once the site of some of the finest thatched buildings in the country, it was unfortunately destroyed by landslide during a 1966 typhoon. Now, 20 reconstructed buildings make up an open-air museum, giving you a chance to explore and experience the village as it once stood. Stop for a moment in the museum on erosion and sediment control, where you'll learn about the disaster of the 60s and the measures taken to prevent such a fate recurring. Afterwards, explore shops and restaurants showing off traditional artisan goods and cuisines. Look out for opportunities to try your hand at some of the craft workshops, and consider a photoshoot in traditional dress, available to rent here. Make Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nemba a part of your Fujikawaguchiko-machi vacation plans using our Fujikawaguchiko-machi travel itinerary planner.
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  • Please stop by passing around the Fuji five lakes. As the name suggests is healed. However, more Japanese than Chinese group tourists stood out.
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  • Visited hut number 12 to rent some geisha clothes to wear on the spot and take pictures with the magnificent Mt. Fuji in the background, alas we had to give it a miss since we arrived by 4pm which was...  read more »
  • 從河口湖車站搭乘綠線巴士到此雖然要一段時間,但絕對值得!! 入園費相當便宜只要300日元,園區不小,每間房子都有值得賞玩的地方,且產品與在地有相當的連結,還有傳統服飾體驗(有武士鎧甲服!),也有介紹里根場的歷史由來,我們拜訪當天是下雨,但還是相當盡興。 
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