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Kesen Daiku Sakan Folklore Museum

1-237 Otomocho Myoga, Rikuzentakata 029-2207, Iwate Prefecture
+81 192-56-2911
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Amazing carpentry work that needs to be preserved ...

The "Kesen" carpentry style is unique to the area and unfortunately there are very few carpenters... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Vanessa Y
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Tokyo, Japan
amazing, traditional,

i have been here now 3 times as a child but as an adult i really soak in the richness of culture... read more

Reviewed November 20, 2015
mariko0999
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Sydney, Australia
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4 weeks ago
“Amazing carpentry work that needs to be preserved ...”
Nov 19, 2015
“amazing, traditional,”
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1-237 Otomocho Myoga, Rikuzentakata 029-2207, Iwate Prefecture
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+81 192-56-2911
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The "Kesen" carpentry style is unique to the area and unfortunately there are very few carpenters (if any) left to carry on the techniques. Inside the main building with high ceilings is a well-maintained hearth and kitchen area with various items to look at. The...More

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Reviewed 20 November 2015

i have been here now 3 times as a child but as an adult i really soak in the richness of culture and history. The workmanship of the structures are incredible and the location beautiful. It really is like stepping into an old folklore tale....More

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Reviewed 14 November 2013

You'll think you're going the wrong way: it takes awhile to get here. The museum is very tastefully decorated, very traditional, remote. The staff are friendly (everyone is here). Stop in at the restaurant for a bowl of noodles.

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