Michinoku Folklore Village

From a pit dwelling to a Nambu Magari house, this is an open-air museum with examples of old Iwate architecture

View Gallery
Beginning from the Jomon Era which existed in the Kitakami River Valley, historical buildings from the old times such as the Edo and Taisho Eras have been moved and reconstructed on the natural hills. The transitions in the lifestyles on the Kitakami are traced from the houses.
Business Hours
Weekdays ( 9:0 AM ~ 6:0 AM )

[close] April – November: open every day December – March:(1)Mondays (if Monday is a holiday, then the next day) (2)The day following a national holiday(weekends and(1). The village is closed the following day.) ◾ New Year’s holidays (Dec. 28 – Jan. 4)
みちのく民俗村 14 Chiwari-59 Tachibana Kitakami, Iwate Prefecture
(0197) 72-5067

Photos & Videos

View Gallery

Plan your trip to iwate

Chat with a local tour guide who can help organize your trip.

Request a Tour