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Gero Onsen Gasshomura, Gero

(3.2/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Gassho-style village 7 minutes by taxi from the hotel. Create the Gassho-zukuri Minka full, one ' shirasagi ' seat. I watched a hand shadow show with the "Kakashi-za" shirasagi legend became a topic a few years ago. Watch a hand shadow play is compelling. There was impressive. In the old houses and other dirt chicks ornament and Amazake (200 yen), there was a workshop. I want to visit when you come to Gero us. Admission fee is 800 yen, shirasagi za 300 yen is required.
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  • Shadow picture of and is performed three times a day, I saw in the morning program, but very beautiful and enjoyable. I think bigger, enjoy their children.
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  • Decided to go and so I thought Gero Hot Spring Japan three fountains and is said to visit for the first time was slow to fully enjoy the hot springs, but with trying to also explore the gassho-style village. Because it was eating lunch from 14 o'clock went from Gero station. It offers guests preferential went ahead at Hotel check-in and and. Buy tickets at the hotel and headed out. From Gero station 1 hour one bus fee had been operated in. On the day of the clay Doll Festival being held Minka unglazed clay chicks getting laid, was a sight to see. By House producer, and one of those things every year purchases was there, but look different and very polite. And start eating before eating containing konjac and the tomato was on tour-an old man on man old anmitsu is anmitsu hesitated momentarily, but is well taken aback. And also sweet and delicious. Put in each House there are up and down, and schoolchildren on the way, and foot, remember field trips in elementary school than I thought it was interesting.
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