Located on Japan's historical Koshu-Kaido highway, Kominka Murataya offers visitors experiences of Japanese culture like the tea ceremony and kimonos. The building itself still has the traditional Japanese architecture representative of the textile industry in place, with thick central supportive pillars, packed mud floors, and upper floors built to once house the era's silk weaving machines.
*Price varies depending on the experience.
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642 Tomihamacho, Otsuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture
A 5-minute walk from Torisawa Station on the JR Chuo Line.
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• Hand disinfectant is always available
• Staff attending to visitors/customers always wear masks
• All visitors first have their temperatures checked