Toyohashi City Futagawa Shuku Honjin Museum, Toyohashi
(3.9/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Toyohashi City Futagawa Shuku Honjin Museum is located in Toyohashi. Put Toyohashi City Futagawa Shuku Honjin Museum at the forefront of your travel plans using our Toyohashi travel itinerary planner.
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  • Honjin Baba House on the old Tokaido road building is a museum. Will be amazed by its size and are a lot of Japanese-style rooms in the building. Exhibits also what exhibit go to Nikko from futagawa, which visitors or take current and accentuated how much appeal as a scenic spot of the Edo period. It is good to see the exhibit about the journey of the Edo period, accommodation.
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  • Enjoy Edo town life and Royal procession for diorama can help as well as tea is charged. Existing base is worth watching at least once. Near East July Edo period merchant also extant, free up and limited lunch menu is also recommended.
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  • Hatago Honjin sleeping renovation restored to the appearance of the Edo period daimyo and general traveller hotel, Museum hotel is rich in attractions, is recommended. With regard to rising in the room watching the toilet of the feudal lords, curtain of the Honjin are fluttering in the wind, like slipped during the Edo period. Demystify things related to travel to Edo Museum, the exhibit is interesting, the children enjoyed in the simulation or quiz, you can experience play a long time ago. Free rental of a wide size, so wearing, can also be visited. However in their dressing.
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