Gokayama is an area in Toyama Prefecture.
A number of gasshō-zukuri buildings are scatterd.
Suganuma village and Ainokura village have.
First, I visit Suganuma village.
using the elevator before the arrival of village field.
I'm going to observe here.
The Gasshō-zukuri, "prayer-hands construction" style is characterized by steeply slanting roof resembling Gokayama Folklore Museum Shinmeisha Shrine Niter Museum.
A traditional technique in this area.
This is a souvenir shop.
At another side of tunnel, there are some outdoor facilities.
I'm going to the next village, Suganuma.
About 11 Km between two villages.
I just arrived at the Suganuma Village parking lot.
There are 23 Gassho-zukuri houses in here.
Ainokura Folklore Museum No.
1 Footprints of Tengu ( like long-nosed goblin ) 'Sakasa Gassho-zukuri'.
You know 'Sakasa Mt.
Fuji' ? 5/28/2011.