Gassho-zukuri house, Tajima-ke, is now used as an exhibition hall. A long time ago, the attic of this house was used for growing silkworms. They don't grow silkworms anymore though. This is the only place focused on the growing of silkworms in the village. Info about silkworms and signs in foreign languages are available. There is a place to rest here so you can relax and take your time learning about the silkworm industry in Japan.

Address
2643-2 Ogimachi, Shiarkawamura, Oono, Gifu 501-5627
〒501-5627 岐阜県大野郡白川村荻町2643-2
Directions

BUS

Gifu bus: From Nagoya Station at Meitetsu Bus Center 3F (platform 7) to Shirakawa-go Bus Terminal (2h50m)
A 17-minute walk from Shirakawa-go Bus Terminal

Business hours

9:00am-4:30pm

Holidays


Irregular closures
Closed during winter: from the beginning of November to April 28th

Contact

Tel: 090-2682-5281

Wi-Fi

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SHIRAKAWA-Go Free Wi-Fi
30 wireless access points in Shirakawa-go
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Credit card payment

Cash only

Supported languages

Signs in English, Chinese (Simplified, Traditional) are available.

Price


Up to junior high school students ¥200
Free for elementary school students or younger

Average visit length

About 1 hour

Websites Shirakawa-go Tourist Associationhttps://shirakawa-go.gr.jp/en/see/2351/

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