Boso no Mura in Chiba
Would you like to have unique experience while you are staying in Chiba? Would you like to feel Japanese traditional culture? Then why don’t you visit Boso-no-Mura? Actually, Boso is the name and comes from Boso Peninsula, and Mura means village.
You will feel the special experience ravel back to the old Japan of 150 years ago and can challenge traditional techniques and handicrafts there!
Boso-no-mura is a facility that reproduces a Japanese scenery of 150 years ago at the Boso area (including the Narita Airport area) which were old samurai residences, and farmhouses, and other buildings.
There, you can experience first-hand various types of Japanese culture such as traditional crafts and events that have been passed down through the generations.
The facility also has a museum that features exhibits from the primitive era to the present.
There are about 350 types of demonstrations and hands-on experience programs that are offered during the year.
For instance, Indigo dyeing. You can do Ukiyoe printmaking, blacksmithing, bamboo crafts, straw crafts, ceramic art, weaving, etc.
Coaster made of tatami straw: Making of colorful traditional paper-pasted candle, decorating of papier-mache, etc.
Enjoy with yourself!!
【Boso no Mura】
Address: 1028 Ryukakuji, Sakae-machi, Imba-gun, Chiba
Tel: +(81) 476-95-3333