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Travel back in time to Edo

Chiba Prefecture's Boso no Mura http://www.chiba-muse.or.jp/MURA/index.html
This attraction recreates life as it was, along with the scenery, from 150 years ago. You can walk around freely and experience what it is like to live in old Japan, during the Edo period. The homes have kitchens with wood stoves. You will see farms with traditional farm scenery. There is a real working farm here and during different times of the year, you are able to buy what is grown there. There are different events held throughout the year, such as taiko drum events, learning about the Japan green tea ceremony and Japan traditional handicrafts.

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