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Nasu Stained Glass Museum

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Nasu Stained Glass Museum

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1790 Takakuhei, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun 325-0302 Tochigi Prefecture
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While it is a countryside surrounded by rocky hills, the area was once once 180km away from Tokyo, you will find a farming village with over 1,000 years of history at the edge of Japan's largest alluvial fan at the base of the Nasu mountain range. In this tour, you will enjoy a slow, relaxing ride through this beautiful village area. Follow our guide who knows the area outside You will be a part of the unspoiled scenery of Japan featuring a neighbourhood of the old, traditional farmhouses. What you see along the way will become more more interesting if you listen to the other local history. The highlight of the tour is a vegetable harvesting experience by a farmer, followed by a full-course lunch featuring fresh vegetables from the farm. You can take home the vegetables you harvested as a souvenir.
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Sorrain wrote a review Feb 2019
Melbourne, Australia1 contribution
We mainly visited the place for kids to experience stained glass classes and also looked at the beautiful building. Kids were not that interested so we felt the pricy entrance fees not worthed it. As I thought the classes are located at the exhibition building so we entered but found out they were actually located at the cafe. However, the class time was finishing soon by the time we entered the cafe so we didn't want to rush. Better off straight to the cafe and enjoy the nice and relaxing coffees for mum and dad and kids do the stained classes located upstairs.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Vanessa Y wrote a review Apr 2013
Tokyo, Japan815 contributions223 helpful votes
Is it a church or a museum? Loved walking around the place, but not being able to take photo's of the beautiful stained glass pictures, after paying ¥800 each, doesn't seem fair. Most of the stained glass is from England-Scotland around the 1900's. We also enjoyed listening to the demonstrations for the 2 antique music boxes and huge pipe organ. Good to see if you like biblical pictures and don't mind paying for it ...
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Date of experience: April 2013
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