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Miyama Kayabuki No Sato Thatched-Roof Village English-Guided Walking Tour

 

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Description

Join an informational tour around Miyama and learn about the traditional Japanese rural lifestyle with a local English-speaking guide! Find out about the history and the tools used among the people at the Miyama Folk Museum.

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made between 7 business days (00:00 local time) to 1 business days (00:00 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 20% of the total amount.
  • Any cancellations made between 1 business days (00:00 local time) to 1 business days (00:00 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 40% of the total amount.
  • Any cancellations made between 1 business days (23:59 local time) to 1 hours prior to the activity start time will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
  • Any cancellations made after 1 hours prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Activity Detail

Pricing Details

Prices Starts From:07-08-2019   Ends On:01-01-2038    Available Days:   Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
Adult/Child $29

Inclusion

  • Insurance
  • Admission
  • English-speaking guide

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Min Qty: 5 (Minimum tickets to be booked)

Start Timings

  • 10:00,  13:00

Duration

  • 1 (hrs)

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • From JR Hiyoshi station, take a Nantan City Bus into Miyama (approx 45 minutes to Kita.)

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • Walking shoes
  • Comfortable clothing

Schedule

Miyama Kayabuki No Sato Thatched-Roof Village English-Guided Walking Tour
10:00:00 Meet at Kita Kayabuki No Sato Bus Stop

Day: Day1
Kayabuki No Sato Thatched Village
Once you've arrived, meet your local guide who will take you around the iconic village. Stroll among the rural village while explanations about the unique thatched houses are given. Feel free to ask any questions about the village as you head to the next destination.
Day: Day1
Miyama Folk Museum
Originally built in the 19th century, take a look at the traditional Japanese rooms, kitchenware, paintings and furniture are replicated in the museum. Learn about the authentic lifestyle among the locals and find out about how the historic houses are preserved.
Day: Day1
11:30:00 Tour Ends at Kayabuki No Sato Post Box

Day: Day1

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