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Gero Onsen Gasshomura, Gero

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Learn about local history and artistic heritage at Gero Onsen Gasshomura, a traditional village which serves as an open-air museum. Explore the site's thatched houses and witness how the farmers used to live in the old times. You can also see a shadow play performance or join a workshop to learn how to make Japanese folk art. The village offers fun activities for the whole family, and if you get hungry, you can grab a bite at an onsite restaurant. Gero Onsen Gasshomura is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Gero Edition.
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  • It is a theme park over small villages. Facilities may be visited if you go to Gero Onsen, so I think that go all the way to the real of Shirakawa-go take a look at!
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  • Admission fee: adult 800 yen is worthy of a visit. It was quite a distance climbed on foot from Gero Hot Springs town sky and drizzling it on the day of visit and went by car, but only, it takes more than 20 minutes. (Parking: 200 free) village in Shirakawa-go, from the reconstructed house 5 place, pretty Park also widely there. (Gassho-style houses said that 10 houses in all) 1, near the entrance and dining in old houses with a modern shadow expert "theater Kakashi-za". Ate buckwheat with wife thing to eat here before noon so that is pretty decent. 2 and experience facility, where pottery ceramic body. (It is fun. ) So after a painting together to kiln baked to at a later date thing and by mail. (After 1 month at received. ) 3, contemporary shadow professional "theater Kakashi-za" is not to be missed is very clearly in the shadow for performances under the Gero area legendary stories, both adults and children can enjoy.
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  • Advisable hotel, came walking all the time. A-frame thatched-roof building. Many exhibits from the old ones, and some time longer than I thought and study to be a mossy. Saw special views because it was after the snow and stayed with me. There were a lot of young people who had become a discount entrance fee and a couple that I don't know why, but it's because of that? Was the facility seems to be. Been busy soaking your feet in was left out, but Nice is slowly seeing the exhibits, such as it is.
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