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It is interesting to see those old Samurai houses. We were lucky to have the manager guiding us walking along. He was very kind to help us translating and taking photos. There are a staff in each house who would tell us the detail about...More
There are several buildings in the area that were owned by samurai families and our well preserved. A couple of them provide tours and one you can even dress up like a samurai. There is a Wi-Fi-based audio tour that’s interesting to listen to and...More
I absolutely enjoyed my short stay in Izumi. My husband and I got to rent kimonos and walk the streets of Izumi. We got guided tours of each Samurai home. The bonus was that we got to keep our kimonos and we even participated at...More