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  1. Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum in Todoroki, Kawasaki: the Grand Promenade.
  2. Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum in Todoroki, Kawasaki: "Time" by Fukuda Shigeo.
  3. Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum in Todoroki, Kawasaki: "Time" by Fukuda Shigeo.
  4. Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum in Todoroki, Kawasaki: a Thomas converter in the front garden.
  5. Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum

    Kawasaki City Museum in Todoroki, Kawasaki.
  6. Nihon Minkaen

    Travel Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen (日本民家園), the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki, and displays minka, traditional Japanese vernacular houses from all over Japan. It was established in 1967 for the conservation of 'folk houses' from the Edo Period (1603-1868) and holds 25 buildings...
  7. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the watermill was originally located in Ōaza-Kamigaya in Nagano Prefecture and dates back to the mid-19th century. It was used to grind grain, buckwheat, and the materials used to produce incense sticks.
  8. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Misawa House and the Saji House gate.
  9. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Ioka House from Shimo-Takahata in Nara Prefecture. The Ioka were merchants and sold incense.
  10. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Ioka House from Nara Prefecture.
  11. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Hara House. The Hara were wealthy landowners from Nakahara Ward in Kawasaki. The house was originally built in 1911.
  12. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Hara House. The Hara were wealthy landowners from Nakahara Ward in Kawasaki. The house was originally built in 1911.
  13. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Hara House. The Hara were wealthy landowners from Nakahara Ward in Kawasaki. The house was originally built in 1911.
  14. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: at the entrance with the Hara House and the Suzuki House.
  15. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the entrance.
  16. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Ōta House, originally from Kasama, Ibaraki Prefecture, partly from the 17th century, partly from the late 18th century. The Ōtas were farmers and village headmen.
  17. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Ōta House, originally from Kasama, Ibaraki Prefecture, partly from the 17th century, partly from the late 18th century. The Ōtas were farmers and village headmen.
  18. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Nohara House from Toga Village in Toyama prefecture. it dates back to the late 18th century and was a gasshō-style farmhouse.
  19. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the gabled roof of the Yamada House from Katsura, Toyama Prefecture. It is the only one of the originally seven gasshō-style houses that survived. It dates back to the early 18th century.
  20. Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen

    Nihon Minkaen, the Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, is located in Tama Ward, Kawasaki: the Yamada House from Katsura, Toyama Prefecture. It is the only one of the originally seven gasshō-style houses that survived. It dates back to the early 18th century.
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