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Yanmar Museum, Nagahama

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  • We went to the Yanmar museum with five kids in tow (from 12 to baby). They all had a fantastic time. The museum is very hands on - you can use a digger, drive a motorboat, climb on a combine. The info...  more »
  • The agricutlrural equipment are explained in a very friendly manner. for everyone to understand. Adults like kids can enjoy and learn a lot from the explanations. Operating the boat on a fixed course ...  more »
  • Am is Yanmar. Walk, 10 minutes in the afternoon to kurokabe square. Along with the 10 am opening of admission. Photo enjoyed taking children riding in farming machinery. Adult's technology of various agricultural crops cultivation machinery moves the thing or things. I rediscovered the Jammer technology was interesting. Excavator experiences and experience operating a ship, etc. Morning was 10 minutes and enjoyed 15 minutes wait. A good feeling seeing in less than two hours in the morning.
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Where to stay in Nagahama

With accommodations ranging from traditional Japanese ryokans to Western-style high-rise hotels, Nagahama offers plenty of places to stay. The majority of the city's lodgings lie within walking distance from the station, also putting the main attractions at your doorstep. Traditional lodgings on the waterfront and at the edge of the central park are popular, with many providing onsite restaurants and luxurious private onsens. If you're traveling on a shoestring, a smattering of more modest complexes lies farther back from the waterfront, equipped with all the basic amenities required for a good night's sleep.
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