The Wada House is the largest Gassho-zukuri house in Shirakawa-go village. The floor runs 25 meters wide and 13 meters deep and the house has well-preserved gardens and hedges. The rice fields and streams around the house are also kept in a good shape. The main building, storehouses, and toilet are designated as cultural properties. Old tools which have been used here are exhibited so you can imagine the traditional lifestyle of Japan from them. People still live here even after the house was built 300 years ago.

Address
997 Ogimachi, Shiarkawamura, Oono, Gifu 501-5627
〒501-5627 岐阜県大野郡白川村荻町997
Directions Bus
Gifu bus: From Nagoya Station at Meitetsu Bus Center 3F (platform 7) to Shirakawa-go Bus Terminal (2h50m)
A 4-minute walk from Shirakawa-go Bus Terminal

Business hours 9:00am-5pm
Holidays Irregular closure
Contact Tel: 05769-6-1058
Wi-Fi Available
Credit card payment Cash only
Admission
Adults:¥300 Children: ¥150
For more than 25 people: adults ¥250
Average visit length About 1 hour
Websites Shirakawa-go Tourist Associationhttps://shirakawa-go.gr.jp/en/see/2333/

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