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We had a bit of a rainy day while we were in Tsumago in November. The museum was a welcome way to get out of the rain and learn about the history of this town and the surrounding area. A combination ticket will take you...More
We visited on a cold and wet day so already it was a plus to get in somewhere dry. We were the only Western visitors and a delightful young girl offered to guide us through the main part of the museum. This turned out to...More
This museum is much larger than first appears. It includes a large home where important daimyo used to stay while traveling on the Nakasendo Trail through Tsumago. Amazingly, the dark wood inside this traditional home was originally light colored as freshly cut wood would be...More
The largest inn that in it's day held samurai and high-ranking officials in Tsumago. The house itself is stunning and the English-speaking guide gave us a very detailed insight into the history of the building. Behind the original structure is a series of old treasury...More