This is not an expansive open air museum, but it is in a beautiful setting and has excellent information in Japanese and English posted by each structure. The buildings were moved from Shinkoku Island and are from the Edo and Meiji period and include farmhouses, workshops, and even lighthouses. A vine suspension bridge will entice the daring. The art museum is quite small but has some very interesting pieces in its collection including some small primitive bronzes figures, ancient glassware from Syria and Iran, and an original Rodin bronze. If you are in the area and have any interest in this type of museum, I would definitely recommend it.
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