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Mamedamachi is a part of Hita city, which extends in the north west of its railway station. Here there are an old brewery, old factory of soy sauce, and many old shops. It is actually not very touristic. But as we visited on the day...More
We really enjoyed walking around these streets! It was a bit rainy the day we went and we still enjoyed it. We got cheap and yummy karaage, tried rice crackers and yokan for the first time, and bought gifts lovely for friends and ourselves. All...More
We always try to find historic areas in Japan, so while on Kyushu island we visited two streets in Mamedamachi that were recommended by guide books. Unfortunately there is very little traditional feeling to these two streets anymore. They are now fully occupied by tourist...More
It was a nice little town street to walk on, and we came to visit based on some good comments by a nearby hotel. However, when we arrived, the town was rather quiet and without all the shops opened. Perhaps it was cold. However it...More
Mameda town is the castle township of Nagayama Castle and later the Hita Jinya (Governor’s offices of a Tenryou under direct control of the Tokugawa Shougun). The historic township is composed of two main streets running north to south for about three hundred meters and...More
Walked along the historical streets of Hita City-Mameda machi. There were lots of traditional houses one of which we visited was the Museum of the Hina Dolls.
Dolls which were made during the Edo Period were preserved and displayed.
Paid an entrance fee of 300...More