The Hakata domain hometown hall, which is located on the sando road of Iwata Jinja shrine, is a facility to introduce the life of the Hakata domain in the past. The building consists of a building consisting of a building consisting of a building for the residence of a person who worked as a member of Hakata's traditional crafts and a building for the reconstruction of the factory moved to a factory, and a building displaying the history and culture of Hakata. In the exhibition building, you can visit the site demonstration of different traditional crafts such as the gyroscope of Hakata, the doll of Hakata every day. You can also actually ask the staff who inherit the traditional culture questions, so they are quite popular. There are many other characteristic experiences.
The tapestry performance in Hakata’s hometown pavilion was a man before. This time I went to see the girl weaver...He performed the performance very seriously, and also introduced the tapestry to the visitors. The music in the picture is a few The elderly performers are rehearsing Japanese classical music. I believe there will be corresponding performances in the hometown hall soon
The place worth visiting, the place is not large, or even a little rudimentary, showing the development history of Bodo. I read the introduction. The ancient managers of Bodo included businessmen from China... The hometown hall has the current scene of residential houses. The weaving performances and the annual Yamakasa festival events are very interesting. There are also some small crafts with local characteristics of Hakata for sale.
The Hometown Pavilion is a venue that exists in many cities in Japan. Folklore introductions similar to museums are all collections and explanations of some aspects of life in the city in ancient times. The hometown Pavilion is very open inside and you can see many characteristic items.
The room is not too big, the shape is traditional Hakata style, there are looms inside, and locals perform Hakata's weaving crafts. Tourists can also experience it. The post cartoon characters in the alleys are especially cute Kushida Shrine is nearby.
Preston_Dominguez: 6-10 Reisemmachi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-0039, Fukuoka Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Bar Palme dor,Kushida Shrine,Sumiyoshi Shrine,Rakusuien,Tochoji Temple