Miyama Thatched Village (Kayabuki-no Sato)

Miyama Thatched Village (Kayabuki-no Sato) is one of the best places to travel in Nantan, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for reviewss, hours, access, map, spots nearby, and photos of Miyama Thatched Village posted by Japanese travelers in the know.[last modified: ]

Miyama Thatched Village (Kayabuki-no Sato) 3 Reviews


Old And Great Japanese Village Like Time Travel

Miyama Thatched Village is a place where you can see the old Japanese scenery all around the year. The historical landscape including some traditional architectures has been conserved well, and it's designated as a national conservation district of traditional buildings. Beautiful hydrangeas welcome the visitors at the entrance of the village.


Buckwheat Flower Fields & Thatched Roofs, Like Being In An Old Japanese Painting

The landscape of houses with thatched roofs in an old Japanese country mood, is always tasteful in every season. Specially, I like the early autumn when the buckwheat's white simple flowers bloom.


Old And Good Countryside In Kyoto! 'Thatched Village' Leaves The Original Scenery Of Japan

Miyama in Kyoto, 'Thatched Village (Kayabuki-no Sato)' has old style houses with thatched roofs. The village with the remains of tasteful Japanese scenery is selected as the preserved district of important cultural buildings. Enjoy slow trip at the tasteful village in Kyoto.