Walking through a small village and searching

Discover the past, present and future

Both children and adults can find something

  • Souvenir shop KAYANOSATO

    Miyama’s hometown products such as food and handicrafts are available.


    Business hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Closed: No holidays other than the year-end and New Year holidays (changes in business days will be announced on Instagram)

    TEL: +81-771-77-0660



    At the museum that opens the main house, barn, and storehouse of a Kitayama-style thatched house, more than 200 items such as old farming equipment and daily tools are on display, allowing you to experience the life of Miyama in the past.


    Opening hours: December-March 10am-4pm, April-November 9am-5pm

    Closed: Mondays, year-end and New Year holidays (closed on Mondays from December to March)

    Admission fee: 300 yen for adults, free for elementary and junior high school students

    Tel: +81-771-77-0587



    Established in 2005 by Hiroyuki Shindo, the collection of indigo dyes collected from all over the world is open to the public. At the workshop where indigo bottles are buried, you can observe the state of traditional indigo dyeing.


    Opening hours: 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Closed: Thursdays and Fridays (open on public holidays) / Closed in winter: early December to early March (details will be announced on Instagram)

    Admission fee: 300 yen