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Address: 838-2 Fukiya Nariwacho, Takahashi 719-2341, Okayama Prefecture
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Nice place to stroll around and take a rest

Fukiya Furusato Village is a small village which flourished by producing red iron oxide about 150 years ago and the buildings are preseved since then.There are some souvenir shops... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2016
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Tokyo, Japan
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Reviewed 22 May 2016

Fukiya Furusato Village is a small village which flourished by producing red iron oxide about 150 years ago and the buildings are preseved since then.There are some souvenir shops and restaurants .Sometimes you can taste some local food for free.Not so much to see for locals but it will be quite nice for foreigners to see the Japanese traditional village.

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