(This was Day 4 of my Japan trip)
A jidaimura is basically a ‘cultural village’ (not lit.) – ie. a recreation of the good ol’ days centuries – or possibly millenia – ago. Anyways, picture spam:
The village has a rather big focus on ninja’s: the game stands feature shuriken-throwing, and dart-throwing and -blowing (the mouth-tube thingie). We also saw a ‘reenactment’ – aka, a period drama – of a normal ‘mission’ ninja’s were apparently involved in.
Those ninja’s sure were an interesting bunch, what will the swinging axes from ceilings and more secret doors than real doors in their houses. But I disgress.
(Next up: Hokkaido Flower Land, where you get to make pillows, and walk among flowers! The breeze was nice, at least…)