Hida Folk Village is a sort of Japanese Colonial Williamsburg. Its origins go back to when several villages in the remote, mountainous Hida region of central Japan were scheduled to be flooded due to the construction of a hydroelectric dam. In order to preserve the area’s cultural heritage, conservationists worked to move various artifacts and […]

via Hida Folk Village — gardeninacity

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