Discovering 150-year-old lodging ~ Minshuku, Japanese inn 【7 Aug】

Date 7 Aug 2021  
Time 7:00 – 7:30 am JST   -> Check the time in your place

Get a feel of nostalgia and experience interesting old Japanese utensils in a lodge where you can actually stay in.

On 7 Aug, we will visit an old but interesting Japanese lodge in Nagano prefecture.

You’ll know the exact location on the day of the Live Tour, but the lodge is found along Nakasendō road (aka Kisokaidō), one of five original routes used during the Edo period, and one of two that connected Edo to Kyoto in Japan.

The lodge was originally built 150 years ago and renovated just three years ago as a Japanese inn that preserves the nostalgic atmosphere of that time.

During the Live tour, we’ll walk around the inn and introduce you to how life was like back then.

Tour Highlights:
  • Witness the beautiful countryside of Japan in Nakasendō road, Nagano prefecture
  • Find out how old Japanese houses originally looked like
  • Discover the vintage utensils that were used back then
  • Q & A session during the Live Tour

This tour is free of charge. Please access from our Facebook Page
See you then! 

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Discovering 150-year-old Lodging in a old post town

Get a feel of nostalgia and experience interesting old Japanese utensils in a lodge where you can actually stay in.

On 7 Aug, we will visit an old but interesting Japanese lodge in Nagano prefecture.

You’ll know the exact location on the day of the Live Tour, but the lodge is found along Nakasendō road (aka Kisokaidō), one of five original routes used during the Edo period, and one of two that connected Edo to Kyoto in Japan.

The lodge was originally built 150 years ago and renovated just three years ago as a Japanese inn that preserves the nostalgic atmosphere of that time.

During the Live tour, we’ll walk around the inn and introduce you to how life was like back then.

Tour Highlights:
  • Witness the beautiful countryside of Japan in Nakasendō road, Nagano prefecture
  • Find out how old Japanese houses originally looked like
  • Discover the vintage utensils that were used back then
  • Q & A session during the Live Tour