1. Japan Open Air Folk House Museum
This charming open-air museum is located in the northern part of Kawasaki City. It features 25 structures, including traditional Japanese houses (many with thatched roofs), watermills, and Kabuki stages. Behold the essence of Edo-period architecture, combining functionality and beauty. In one of the facilities, the traditional crafts building, you can experience indigo dyeing; as well as other exhibitions, such as traditional festivals, straw craft making, folk storytelling, and various plays. Only 30 minutes from Tokyo; and 40 minutes from Haneda Airport by car, this municipal Japanese folklore park is sure to engage and excite the imagination.
9:30～17:00 (Nov.～ Feb. / 9:30 ～ 16:30)