Enjoy the Namahage ritual year-round
The show is captivating, the banter between the Namahage and the household head is humorous, and they are both accentuated by the atmosphere of this converted traditional home.
On New Year’s Eve, sakidachi (a man who helps the Namahage as they visit villager’s homes) calls on each house to make sure that the family isn’t mourning the passing of a relative or coping with a serious illness of a family member.
Here, you can experience the real Namahage culture and learn from special study course.
- 97, Mizukuisawa Kitaurashinzan, Oga-shi, Akita-ken 010-0685
- Number of car spaces
- about 240
- Parking Fee
- Business hours
- Second Friday, Saturday, Sunday of Feburary
- Adult 756 yen, Elementary~High School Students 540 yen
- Closing day
- none (open 365 days a year) except: Dec~Mar only open on Saturdays, Sundays, Public Holidys, and Dec 31