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Experience Museum Chiba Prefectural Boso-no-Mura
URL http://www.chiba-muse.or.jp/MURA
Phone +81-476-95-3333 Facsimile +81-476-95-3330


              Special Announcement to Visitors


Open: 9:00 - 16:30
Closed: Mondays (Tuesday if Monday falls on a holiday), Beginning and end of the year, other extra holidays


Adults 300 yen
High school/College students 150 yen
Senior citizens 65 years or older, and junior high school age and under free

Location: 1028 Ryukakuji, Sakae-machi, Imba-gun, Chiba Prefecture, 270-1506, Japan.

Application: Please phone or send a fax to apply.


What exactly is Experience Museum, Boso-no-mura?

Boso-no-mura is a facility that reproduces a Japanese scenery of 150 years ago at the Boso area (including the Narita Airport area) which were old samurai residences, and farmhouses, and other buildings. Here, you can experience first-hand various types of Japanese culture such as traditional crafts and events that have been passed down through the generations.

The facility also has a museum that features exhibits from the primitive era to the present.

There are about 350 types of demonstrations and hands-on experien ce programs that are offered during the year. Here we present a few of them.

※Please phone or fax us in advance to ask about the schedules for hands-on programs.


By bus from the JR Narita Station on the JR Narita Line: about 20 minutes by "Ryukakuji-dai-shako". Get off at "Ryukakuji-dai-2-chome." Walk about 8 minutes.
※There are 1-2 buses going in either direction every hour.

JR Narita Station , Keisei Narita Station , East exit , West exit
“Ryukakujidai Shako-iki” bus stop , Narita International Airport ,
JR Narita Line , JR Narita Station , Shimousa-manzaki Station , Ajiki Station , Narita Airport , Keisei Narita Station , Higashi Kanto Expressway , Itako , Shin-Kuko Interchange , Narita Interchange , “Ryukakujidai 2-chome” bus stop


Traditional handicraft

Indigo dyeing

Ukiyoe printmaking, blacksmithing, bamboo crafts, straw crafts, ceramic art, weaving, etc.

Techniques from the primitive age

Amber bead making

Fire-making, Jomon-basket making, ancient cuisine, etc.


Arts of gracious etiquette and living

Tea ceremony

Hands-on calligraphy, gardening, boat rowing, growing rice in paddy fields, etc.

Annual event

Fire Festival of the Lunar New Year
(according to folklore, eating a mochi rice cake immediately
after baking it will keep you healthy)

Making of Horse for Tanabata (Weaver Festival), disaster-preventing goods, New Year ornaments, etc.


Food culture

Buckwheat vermicelli making

Making of Japanese cake, tea, pickles, etc.

Making of Japanese fancy goods

Coaster made of tatami straw

Making of colorful traditional paper-pasted candle, decorating of papier-mache, etc.