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Mameta-machi
豆田町

  • Historic Sites

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Mameta-machi near Hita Station is the area where the feature of the Edo Era is still left,

so it is fun to walk along the lane where the white walls of the merchants’ houses, warehouses are lined.

In particular, during the period of Hina Festival held from the middle of February to March,

tourists may experience the Japanese traditional cultures, which is strongly recommended.

Access and Getting Around

A 10-minute walk from Hita Station.

 

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