Miyama Kayabuki no Sato in Kyoto
Feel “another Kyoto” of nostalgic thatch roof village
The Miyama Kayabuki no Sato ~thatched roof village is located in Miyama town Nantan city in Kyoto. In this village, 39 thatched roof houses built over 200 years ago are conserved, and are reflected the scenery of old Japan in the countryside.
This nostalgic Kayabuki no Sato is registered as an important preservation district of historic buildings in Japan. Having said that, you might be amazed that the majority of Miyama’s old houses survive as residential dwellings where people still live and work.
In this online tour, we’ll walk throughout this thatch roof village and feel the beauty of old Japan’s countryside scenery along with the narration of the history and features of this village. 🙂
Join us and have a fun in the tour!
- Walk virtually throughout the thatch roof village and feel the beauty of old Japan’s countryside scenery
- Find out the unique structure of thatch roof in this village and its functionality
- Pay a visit to the shrines in this village and overlook the whole village from the hillside
- Q & A session during the Live Tour
📷 credits: https://miyamanavi.com/