Boso-no-Mura is a reconstructed village showing the natural scenery and environment of merchant, samurai, and farmer houses from the Edo Period up to the Meiji Period. The Fudoki-no-oka Shiryokan (museum) is also located here. This museum displays a vast number of artifacts which have been discovered within Chiba Prefecture.
Boso-no-Mura boasts of being an “experience museum” where one can experience firsthand the traditional lifestyle and custom in the olden times. It is also used as a location for filming period dramas.
Opening hours: 9:00 AM-4:30 PM
Closed on Mondays (will be closed the following day if Monday falls on a national holiday) and New Year’s holidays
College and high school student: \150
Note: Junior high school and below as well as 65 years old and above can enter for free
■ Parking space
|Normal vehicle||Around 300|
■ Parking fee: Free
Coming from JR Ajiki Station (JR Narita Line) or Shimosa-manzaki Station:
- Ride the Chibakotsu bus going to Ryukakujidai and get off at “Boso-no-mura” stop; 3-minute walk from there.
- Ride the Sakaemachi loop bus (drum bus) for around 15 minutes and get off at “Drum no Sato” stop; 3-minute walk from there.
- Ride the Chibakotsu bus going to Ryukakujidai and get off at “Fudoki-no-oka Shiryokan” stop; 5-minute walk from there.
- 30-minute walk from Shimosa-manzaki Station