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Beautifully located on a hillside facing Lake Iruka, it occupies an area of 1,000,000m2, where currently over sixty Meiji buildings have been brought and rebuilt. On display inside the buildings are furniture and other items of interst, objects of...more
Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
1 Uchiyama | Museum Meiji-mura, Inuyama 484-0000, Aichi Prefecture
All reviews imperial hotel frank lloyd wright steam locomotive train and bus huge park unlimited rides per ride three hours inuyama station main gate english information worth the trip walk around lobby architecture tokyo yen
As fans of Frank Lloyd Wright, this site was on our Japan bucket list. The website for Meiji Mura gives pretty good public transportation access. however, Meiji Mura is accessed most easily by vehicle (800 yen to park on top of admission), but a lot...More
If you have any interest in architecture and design or history you will love Meiji Mura. Allow at least three hours to have a good look around and don't miss the Imperial Hotel lobby or St Francis Xavier church. But there's so much more. Be...More
We were excited to see the house from Hilo, plantation days. Other than that it was a long way to get to this Meiji-mura, it was hot to walk around and we lost interest quickly. Those people who like this era would possibly think differently.
The lobby of the original Imperial Hotel was moved here and reconstrcet when th original hoel was demolished in Tokyo. This is a superb example of his architectural style. There are many more buildings which were saved as wewll. There are the railway cars used...More
A nice and big collection of Meiji Era buildings (some including original furniture), old vehicles and also street furniture. It felt like a small time travel. English information was a little bit limited but we still enjoyed walking around. If you really want to see...More
If you pass through Nagoya and love architecture (especially more western historical architecture in Japan), this is a must stop location. With a modest train and bus ride to get there and back from city center, plan a full day here. As it is an...More
Museum is a bit far from center, however there is always bus. If you prefer private vehicle, there is a carpark. You should keep your umbrella if the weather is rainy. Buildings are great and there is a huge park for children to enjoy. Be...More
Go only if you are interested in old buildings. I personally didn't find any of the buildings impressive. The place is not very big. The map given out with the ticket shows that it is only about 1.2 km from the main gate to the...More
Response from PriscillaCPL | Reviewed this property |
They are next to each other. Follow the signage in the JR station. You'll be led to exit the JR station building and immediately go down the stairs of the adjoining building to the Meitetsu Nagoya stn.