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Osaka Museum of Housing and Living, Osaka
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At Osaka Museum of Housing and Living, see how the city's lifestyle and housing developed during different time periods. The museum draws scores of tourists with its life-sized street scene reproduction from the Edo Period (1603-1867). In addition to this highlight, you can also find a scale model of the city during the Edo times, replete with painstaking details. Don a kimono (offered by the museum for a small fee) and witness the street's simulated transition between day and night. Inspect all the facilities, such as the meeting hall, sento (public bath), and drugstores, which will enhance your appreciation for Japan's architectural solutions and the need for practical minimalism. Arrange your visit to Osaka Museum of Housing and Living and discover more family-friendly attractions in Osaka using our Osaka vacation builder.
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This museum is worth checking out. It has a small life sized model traditional Japanese village where you can walk through. Besides, it also provided an interactive ceiling that act as a sky and turni... read more »
기모노를 대여하고 주택 박물관을 돌아보는게 요즘 유행이다보니 아주 많은 한국인들과 마주치게 되어있다 늦게가면 기모노를 빌리지 못할수도 있으니 오전에 가길 추천Kimono rental housing is trendy these days around the Museum turned out to have been quite a number of people and you'll face if you go late, you might not have the kimono village in the morning featured goshow original
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