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Delve into the history of Sagamihara where the traditions of the Edo Period are still alive.

Central Area 2h30m

Delve into the history of Yoshinojuku-Fujiya, the only remaining inn of the Koshu Highway used in the Edo Period. Also check out the old house of the Ishii family, an important cultural property dating back 300 years. It continues to be looked after by the owners.

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Obara-juku Honjin

Obara-juku Honjin is the only honjin existing out of Kanagwa Prefecture's 26 Honjins. It is a purely Japanese-style magnificent building with a high entrance. It was designated as the prefecture's important cultural property on February 13, 1996 (Heisei 8). Though not certain, around 200 years seems to have passed since the construction of the building.

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Fujino Workshop for Art

With the theme of "fureai (contact), experience, creation", Kangawa Prefectural Fujino Art House is a facility where you can experience art. You can experience pottery, woodwork, glass art, and other forms of art. Accomodation is available for families and groups as well as studios and halls where you can enjoy music, drama, and dance.

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Hoshinoyado Fujiya

Yoshinojuku is an inn town on the Koshu-kaido Road, one of the Five Highways determined at the beginning of the Edo period. It was midway on the road between Edo and Kofu, so it flourished a regular inn town of the Sankin-kotai. "Yoshinojuku Fujiya" was in operation as the inn "Fujiya", but in 1896 it burned down due to a big fire, and the current building was built around 1897. In April 2014, ...

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