This delightful open-air museum located in Osaka showcases a number of traditionally-built authentic Japanese farmhouses brought in from various rural parts of the country. The houses that were constructed during the period of 1700-1900 exhibit the styles and customary characteristics of the areas specific to each house. Early objects such as furniture and tools are on display for viewing and give an interesting glimpse into the lifestyles of its' past inhabitants. Various events such as exhibitions and hands-on sessions are held at the museum quite frequently as well.
The breakdown of ticket prices is usually ¥500 for adults, ¥300 for young adults and free of charge for children.
9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, except on Mondays.
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children
Giant gasshō-zukuri farmhouse from Gifu-ken, thatched-wall farmhouse from Nagano and the windmill from Sakai, Osaka
Though designated prayer facilities at the Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses will be unavailable, it is possible to enquire the locals for a private area that can be used during prayer times.
Halal food at the Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses will be unavailable, but visitors may go to one of the Halal restaurants that are scattered around Osaka city.