maanantai 11. helmikuuta 2019

Shirakawa-go, Japan



Traditional thatched houses in historic village of Shirakawa-go.  Japan. UNESCO WHS
JP-1145235
travel time 26 days
distance travelled 7,763 km
sent by Mathilde

Located in a mountainous region that was cut off from the rest of the world for a long period of time, these villages with their Gassho-style houses subsisted on the cultivation of mulberry trees and the rearing of silkworms. The large houses with their steeply pitched thatched roofs are the only examples of their kind in Japan. Despite economic upheavals, the villages of Ogimachi, Ainokura and Suganuma are outstanding examples of a traditional way of life perfectly adapted to the environment and people's social and economic circumstances.



 Scenery in northern Japan
JP-617939
travel time 9 days
distance travelled 7,715 km.
sent by Eriko in Mito, Japan

An oil painting depicting a traditional farm house with a thatched roof by Mukai Junkichi 1901~1995. Mukai endeavored to depict traditional farm houses still intact nationwide from northern to southern Japan.


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