Hometown Pavilion of Boduoding Family. It's a few courtyards that show Bodo's past life. Located near the cold spring. There are textile machines in it. Can experience the weaving of gold shuttle silver shuttle shuttle shuttle shuttle feeling. You can visit it slowly.
The exhibition hall on the first floor of the Boduodian family is charged for visiting. There is a discount for the Boduodian one-day ticket. In the exhibition hall, there are mainly some pictures and materials. The suggestions of students who are not good at Japanese should not be read. They can't understand it anyway. Next to the showroom can be visited free of charge, there are some old Bodo Shop in the room before the display of equipment, but also show the use of on-site personnel. There used to be rows of wealthy businessmen on the streets of Bodo. But because of the air strikes during the war and the redesign of the post-war cities, most businesses have disappeared. The Bodorian family is a relatively complete one that has been preserved. There is a demonstration of Bodo's hand weaving, two times a day. There are also some cotton threads, tapered head display.
It's very close to Chlamyda Shrine. An elderly man is making dolls across the street.
It's worth seeing, for those who want to know about history and culture. We were weaving when we went. There are also local pupils coming to class.
This one was shot in Bodo Canal City. Although it's not as big as Akihabara's TV station, it still looks like it. It tastes like Akihabara.