Autumn leaves at Saiko Nemba no Sato( thatched house museum)
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I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 8 years.
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Nenba no sato
I went to Saiko Nemba no Sato, thatched roof house museum.
This is an open-air museum built on the site of a village that was destroyed by the landslide and lost its inhabitants.
Several years later 20 old Japanese houses have been reassembled again.
From the sloping village, you can see a panoramic view of Mt.Fuji!
In the middle of November , we can see the beautiful autumn footages here!
There are red maple trees and yellow gingyo trees both, very beautiful!!
If you come to the north of Mt.Fuji you should definitely come here.
You will see a traditional Japanese landscape.
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!