Yama-no-Furusato Mura Village

Travel Guide - Yama-no-Furusato Mura Village

Information

Yama-no-Furusato Mura is a facility designed to bring visitors in touch with Okutama's diversity of nature.
They offer log cabins, campgrounds, barbecue sites, guided hiking, workshops for making wood crafts, stone crafts, potteries, and natural food.
It is the perfect destination for the people who are interested in nature experiences, hands-on activities, lodging or more.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 16:30

Closed

  • December 29 - January 3

Access / Public Transport

  • 32 minutes from JR Okutama Station by the bus bound for Tanba, Kosuge or Tozura. Get off at Kogouchi-jinja Bus stop, then walk 40 minutes.

Address / Location

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