This is a wonderfully interesting open air museum with buildings from various parts of the area including family farm houses, production facilities for things like soy sauce and sugar, a kabuki theatre and so forth. It's set on a hillside and the terrain is very rocky, completely unsuitable for anybody who cannot walk up hills or on uneven surfaces. Take a stick if you are unsure on your feet. But for those who do go, it is a magical setting filled with rocks and waterfalls and forests. At the entrance is a traditional udon noodle making place and restaurant where you can have a meal before or after your visit - recommended! There are excellent information boards in English for all displays and a good route map and directional signs to get you around. We spent about three and a half hours there. We caught the Kotoden train from Kawaramachi station to Kotoden Yashima station then walked ten minutes to the park entry. TRains go every half hour or so and cost 240 yen each way.
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