The " Hiba-no-Sato" is the central facility of the National Bihoku Hillside Park, where you can experience the life of the Chugoku Mountains and the nostalgic scenery of the hometown.
Here you can experience a variety of nostalgic Satoyama life.
At the Satoyama Yashiki, which is a recreation of a wealthy farmer's house, you can enjoy seasonal hospitality at the Irori (fireplace) and play games such as Kendama.
At the good old "Kami-no-Nouka" and "Shimo-no-Noukar," you can experience making straw crafts and hand-made soba noodles.
In front of the farmhouses, there are rice paddies and fields where rice and field crops are grown.
There are also "pottery studios" and "wood studios," where you can try making pottery as well as bamboo and wood crafts, "Kaguraden," where traditional performing arts of the Chugoku region are played, and the Satoyama Exhibition Hall, which introduces Tatara iron manufacturing and life in the past.
Opening hours vary depending on the season.
(or the following day if Monday is a national holiday), year-end and New Year holidays
4-10 Mikkaichi-cho, Shobara City, Hiroshima Prefecture