The village was one of the witnesses of the devastating eruption of Tarawila volcano more than 100 years ago, when it was completely buried by volcanic ash and then excavated for restoration and restoration.
Te Wairoa Buried Village, a Maori village buried by the volcanic eruption in 1886, can now be seen restoring the village at that time.
It's interesting to see the geothermists, to understand Maori culture, and to have indigenous dance performances.
This is a village, buried in a volcanic eruption, and then excavated to become a volcanic burial site, so that people remember those who lost their lives in the volcanic eruption.
It's still a big park. The air is fresh. There will be many flowers in spring. It's a good place. It's near home and the scenery is good.
There may not be a lot of people here because it's not very famous, but the local people are very enthusiastic.
The village was buried during the Tarawila volcano eruption in 1886. Today, in the 21st century, buildings and facilities have been built to reproduce the appearance of the village before the eruption of the volcano in the former village of Tijueroa.
Here visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about Rotorua's history and to remember those who lost their lives in the volcano.
In other words, it feels a bit like Wenchuan Earthquake Site, but it is a volcanic burial site, let it see the sky again, let people remember the damage caused by this natural phenomenon.
Because of the volcanic eruption, the village has been buried for many years, and basically no buildings can be seen. Many cultural performances can be seen in the new village here.