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MAGCUL マグカル

MAGCUL(MAGNET+CULTURE)
the media for art, culture and events in Kanagawa prefecture.
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古民家のふるさとの文化を、観て、食べて、触れて体験!
traditional culture Lectures / Workshops
2019.03.14

See, eat, touch and experience the culture of the hometown of an old folk house!

(Please note that this page was created using Google's automatic translation service and understand that because of this, its translation may not necessarily be accurate.)

An event will be held to convey the culture of the old folk house's hometown!
~ What I want to keep telling ~ A gift from my hometown

Kawasaki Municipal Japanese Folk House Garden, which spreads out in a corner of Ikuta Ryokuchi, is a green museum with a total of 25 old folk houses, including 7 nationally designated important cultural properties, on a spacious site of about 30,000 square meters. .. It's strange that an old thatched-roof house is nostalgic for the first time, and it makes me feel at ease.

See, eat, touch and experience the culture of the hometown of an old folk house!

In a space surrounded by such old folk houses, an exciting event like spring will be held!
The theme areas are Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Koshu City, Yamanashi Prefecture, and Shiwa Town, Shiwa District, Iwate Prefecture, where old folk houses are exhibited in the park. Folk performing arts performances and product sales will be held in various places, so why not go out for a walk?
See, eat, touch and experience the culture of the hometown of an old folk house! The "Old Funakoshi Stage", which is the venue for folk performing arts performances in the three regions, was built in 1857 in the late Edo period, and is a valuable building designated as an important tangible folk cultural property of the country. It is a magnificent one equipped with the necessary equipment for Kabuki plays, such as a rotating stage with a diameter of three rooms (5.4 m) and a flower path with a soft-shelled turtle. When you sit on a bench and watch the folk performing arts on the stage, you will feel like you were in the Edo period.
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During the exhibition period, wine lectures, lacquer brooch making experience, and indigo dyeing experience for foreigners will be held. You can enjoy it all day long with your family and friends.
* Admission fee is exempted for those who watch entertainment performances and those who participate in lectures / experiences about this event. When you enter the park, please let us know that you will participate.
■ Schedule: March 23 (Sat) and 24 (Sun)
■ Location: Kawasaki Municipal Japanese Folk House Garden
■ Application: All paid events require advance application. Please apply by email form, telephone (044-922-2181), or the ticket office of the main building.

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[Folk performing arts performance]
① Date and time: Saturday, March 23, 13: 00-
Shinjo Folk Performing Arts Musical Music (Kawasaki City Important Customs) * Kawasaki City
See, eat, touch and experience the culture of the hometown of an old folk house! The beginning of the Meiji eraShinshiro folk performing arts musical accompaniment, which is said to have started when young people who are proud of their strength and skill compete for their strength using stones, mortars, bales and sake barrels during farm work. As the times have changed, it has evolved into a song holder that uses stepladders and boxes. On the other hand, the musical accompaniment is said to have started with the Kamakura musical accompaniment, which was started when Minamoto no Yoritomo became a shogun. The world where the musicians and the musical accompaniment unfold together is throbbing and harassing even in a lively atmosphere. Please enjoy the spectacular world selected as one of the 50 best folk performing arts in Kanagawa prefecture.

Harukoma of Ichinose Takahashi (Yamanashi Prefecture designated intangible folk cultural property) * Koshu City
See, eat, touch and experience the culture of the hometown of an old folk house! It is a traditional event of the First Full Moon that is handed down in the Ichinose Takahashi district in the northern part of Koshu city. In addition to celebrating the New Year, a man who plays the role of Tsuyuharai and the horse "Harukoma" decorated with origami, etc., dances to wish for the safety of the family and the abundance of five grains for the year. Please enjoy the gorgeous dance that is typical of the New Year.

② Date and time: 24th (Sun) 13: 00-
Yamaya's rice planting dance (nationally designated important intangible folk cultural property) * Shiwa Town
See, eat, touch and experience the culture of the hometown of an old folk house!

Rice planting dance, which is a pre-celebration event held mainly during the First Full Moon Festival, is one of the so-called "Zashiki rice planting". Beginning with the first full moon festival, the houses of the husbands were once every day during the winter.It was performed in prayer for a good harvest of the year while going around.
The dance consists of rice-growing and farming activities, and if you perform the rice-growing process for a year, the total performance time will be as long as 4 hours. Please feel free to come and see us as we will be performing in a compact manner this time.

■ Fee (all seats are free)
Adults 2,000 yen, junior high school students and younger 1,000 yen * Free for viewing on the knees under 3 years old
<2-day set ticket> Adults 3,500 yen, junior high school students and younger 1,500 yen
* Seats with English guides are also available (advance application required), so please feel free to visit us even if you are a foreigner.
* Rainy weather (rainy feathers will be distributed in rainy weather)

* Video shooting and photo shooting using a tripod are not possible.
Application email form

<< There are many other fun events! 》

[ Wine course]
You can enjoy Yamanashi wine and the cuisine of the famous Tama Ward bistro Le Bourgeon.
* Minors and those who come by car are not allowed to participate.
■ Date and time: Saturday, March 23, 17: 00-19: 00
■ Price: 4,000 yen
Application email form

See, eat, touch and experience the culture of the hometown of an old folk house!

[Maki-e brooch making experience]
The brooches are colored using the techniques of "Maki-e" and "Raden" used in Japanese traditional craft lacquer.
■ Date and time: Saturday, March 23, Sunday, March 24, 10:00 ~ / 13:30 ~
■ Fee: Large brooch 4,000 yen, small brooch 3,500 yen
Application email form

See, eat, touch and experience the culture of the hometown of an old folk house!

[Indigo dyeing experience (for foreigners)]
Sill at an indigo dyeing workshop with an English guideDye the stalls such as ku with indigo.
■ Date and time: Sunday, March 24, 10: 00-11: 30/14: 15-15: 45
■ Price: 5,000 yen
Application email form
See, eat, touch and experience the culture of the hometown of an old folk house!

  • Nihon Minka-en, Kawasaki / Japan Open-air Folk House Museum
  • Nihon Minka-en, Kawasaki / Japan Open-air Folk House Museum
  • Nihon Minka-en, Kawasaki / Japan Open-air Folk House Museum
  • Nihon Minka-en, Kawasaki / Japan Open-air Folk House Museum

This open-air museum hosts a collection of 25 traditional buildings, mostly from the Edo period (1603 - 1868). They were relocated to the museum from around the country. Every building has been designated a Cultural Property, and they house displays of agricultural equipment and folk tools used in the home. You'll feel you've slipped back in time while enjoying the seasons, including springtime cheery blossoms and autumn leaves. The folk houses host storytelling, performing arts, and lots of other events, as well as a variety of hands-on programs. You can learn about the buildings at an exhibition in the main hall, where they hold planned exhibits too. Their Traditional Craft Hall is open for everyone to experience old-fashioned indigo dyeing.

  • Address
    7-1-1 Masugata, Tama-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa
  • TEL
    044-922-2181
  • Business Hour
    March-October 9: 30-17: 00 / November-February 9: 30-16: 30 Closed: Mondays (open on public holidays), the day after public holidays (open on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays) ), Year-end and New Year holidays (12 / 29-1 / 3), with temporary holidays
  • Parking Area
    140 cars (Ikuta Ryokuchi East Exit Parking Lot)
  • Reserve
    Reservations are required for groups (20 or more). Reservation recommended for indigo dyeing experience.
  • Average Usage
    [Admission fee] General 500 yen, high school / university students / 65 years old or older 300 yen (certificate required), junior high school students or younger / Kawasaki city resident 65 years old or older free (certificate required) * Group fee available

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