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Ainoura Gashotsukuri Village, Nanto

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Ainoura Gashotsukuri Village is located in Nanto. Take a look at our Nanto trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Ainoura Gashotsukuri Village and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • We stopped here early in the day in March and there were about 4 ft of snow on the ground. It was cold and uninviting to many in our group. While the architecture was fascinating, the area to visit is...  more »
  • It is a mountainous village. 通ri road a long time ago, but went from the Nanto wave took time President in the mountain. In the current highway, much as useful. I think you want leave the quaint old fashioned in one step. The living is hard.
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  • Want to breathe pure mountain air, admire the magnificent scenery, forget about the hustle and bustle of everyday life, immersed in the tranquillity and feel appeasement? Visit the village of Ajnokura in the District of Gokayama, which included on UNESCO's World Heritage list. You will see the unique "gassjodzukuri"-houses with peaked roofs of rice straw. These roofs reminiscent of the folded Palm ("gasco" means folding the hands in prayer). In the village there is a Museum, a visit which is also interesting. The current emperor of Japan, his Majesty Akihito, visited three times Ajnokure. Ajnokura is a centre of production of Japanese rice paper "washi". Visit this village will be unforgettable at any time of the year.
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