Hida Traditional town (Hida no Sato) is an outside historical center that resembles a time machine for guests. This outdoors Museum exhibits in excess of 30 conventional houses from the Hida territory, a rugged area in Gifu prefecture around Takayama. These houses were worked during the Edo time frame (1603 – 1867) and were moved from its unique area to make the exhibition hall in 1971.
In a country setting, the gallery has structures, for example, the previous town head house, logging cabins, stockrooms and various Gassho-Zukuri ranch houses. These huge homestead houses are named by their lofty covered rooftops taking after a couple of hands that join the supplication (“Gassho”). They were moved here from close by Shirakawa-go. Gassho-Zukuri houses are the explanation behind this territory being a World Heritage site.
The entirety of the structures in plain view at Hida Folk town are deliberately kept up and open for investigation. They all have extraordinary wooden engineering. Different instruments and devices utilized in regular day to day existence in the past are shown. Curiously, the chimney inside the structure is lit up each morning, making this outside exhibition hall unprecedented eye-getting, yet in addition engaging our feeling of smell.
A short walk around Hida Folk town, we will discover Hida Takayama Handicraft Center, where workshops on nearby crafted works are given. With an expense of 600 to 1600 yen, guests can figure out how to make specialties, for example, keychains beaded, Sarubobo dolls (well known neighborhood dolls), artistic cups or glass winds, and bring them home as trinkets. The workshop kept going 15 to an hour and no raservasi required.
Hida no Sato is a 30-minute walk or 10-minute transport ride from Takayama station the other way of the downtown area. The “Sarubobo Bus” gives an armada of 20-40 minutes for 210 yen/trip or 620 yen which is substantial for one day. There is likewise an extraordinary markdown ticket that consolidates a roundtrip transport from Takayama station with a confirmation pass to Hida no Sato for 930 yen. The town itself is open each day, aside from Thursday, from 10.00 until 16.00 neighborhood time.