Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tales Village, Hanamaki

3.7
Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tales Village is located in Hanamaki. Take a look at our Hanamaki day trip tool to schedule your visit to Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tales Village and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
Create an itinerary including Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tales Village
map
Places to stay near Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tales Village
Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tales Village Reviews
Rate this attraction
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3.5
87 reviews
Google
4.2
TripAdvisor
  • Kenji Miyazawa's fairy tale story along buildings and grounds are maintained. Adults and kids can also enjoy extensive facilities were. Enjoy free "Kenji classroom" and "small", Kenji's school admission is required. A Visual and auditory experience the world of Kenji Miyazawa's works in Kenji's school. Was able to really enjoy, they broke into the world of fairy tales in childhood reading of exhibits is somewhat less, but it is a nice experience while watching the starry ☆ room space, across the milky way, that you can. Not quite a fantastic spectacle, excitement (^ ^) and you buy if you plan to go about admission fees, but has sold common ticket with Miyazawa Kenji Memorial Museum and Museum of hanamaki city, so that you can visit at great rates. Exhibit themes, such as Kenji's fairy tales "by Kenji classroom" in plants and animals. Also Wildflower garden and trails you can walk to the Park. You can find the object in the world of fairy tales by Kenji, ☆ * recommend use of Miyazawa Kenji Memorial Museum and Ihatov hotel free shuttle buses run from this fairy tale village, walk hard, so the. * Attention is required not to eat in the Park. * Access: Shin-hanamaki station is the closest station is a short walk and one-way taxi is realistic because it takes about 20 minutes, I think.
    View original
  • It was slippery on a large site, after the snow, so the instructions for cleaning, falls, thanks. OWL lane was closed.
    View original
  • Young children. Since more than 10 years ago. Seasonal pattern was empty. It was a nice interpretive center with shops. When you visited here I've look or walk while remembering old times and enjoyed it.
    View original
Google
  • The concept is to visualize the world of fantasy by Kenji Miyazawa, who was innovative and tried hard to develop his homeland. While the place must be satisfying for a family with small kids, it is rather too simple for adult visitors.
  • place for kids. you need to know the stories of the writer to fully enjoy the place
  • Beautiful but small, good for an hour of leisure visit
  • A wonderful place that only appear in the dream
  • Buildings and grounds are maintained along the Miyazawa Kenji's fairy tale story. Adults and children can enjoy it. Various motifs appear in Kenji Miyazawa's works into the fairy tale village, and has been reproduced. Enjoy free "Kenji classroom" and "small", Kenji's school admission is required. A Visual and auditory experience the world of Kenji Miyazawa's works in Kenji's school. ☆ universe could actually look into the world of fairy tales read in childhood is total amount of exhibit less, but the staff room "provides a nice experience while watching the starry cross the milky way. Not quite a fantastic spectacle, excitement (^ ^) and you buy if you plan to go about admission fees, but has sold common ticket with Miyazawa Kenji Memorial Museum and Museum of hanamaki city, so that you can visit at great rates. Are visiting with children, especially before the visit [order in restaurants, and [it's of stars], visits from the fairy tales, the Acorn and Wildcat, I recommend the. ☆ I think is easy to imagine a deeper interest in the classroom of Kenji, Kenji's fairy tales appeared to plant and animal themed exhibits. Also Wildflower garden and trails you can walk to the Park. You can find the object in the world of fairy tales by Kenji, ☆ * recommend use of Miyazawa Kenji Memorial Museum and Ihatov hotel free shuttle buses run from this fairy tale village, walk hard, so the. * Attention is required not to eat in the Park. * Access: Shin-hanamaki station is the closest station is a short walk and one-way taxi is realistic because it takes about 20 minutes, I think.
    View original

Plan your trip to Hanamaki

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.