Kawamura castle was in the limelight starting from the Chusei period through the Sengoku period as the residence of the Kawamura family. Starting in 1989, Kawamura castle ruins were subjected to research and development as a historical park for 6 years, and in May 1994 the "Kawamura Castle Ruins Historical Park" was born. In 1996 it became a the first mountain-castle in the prefecture to be des...More details
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At the folk art museum there are many displays of tools we no longer use, through these exhibitions you can learn about how people used to live. There is a hydrangea garden next door where you can see the splended blossom from early to mid June.Add to trip planner 4
Various kinds of tools collected by Mr. Tatsuo Akisawa are displayed. Exhibits are everyday use tools used by ordinary people in the Edo period, the Meiji era, the Taisho period, and the early Showa period. You can have a glimpse of the good old Japan that has since been forgotten. There is also an experience corner where you can actually try using them.More details
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