The Museum Meiji-Mura

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The Museum Meiji-Mura | Architecture from the 19th Century

The Museum Meiji-Mura | Architecture from the 19th Century

Meiji Mura is one of Japan's largest open air museums. The museum focuses on the Meiji Era (1868-1912) and has over sixty buildings from that period. These buildings have a strong Western influence being that the time period itself was greatly influenced by the west due to it being the end of the feudal age. One particular building that was moved to the museum Meiji Mura to preserve the building was the St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral. Some of the buildings remain in their original form while others have been modified into cafes and stores for the guests of Meiji Mura to enjoy. The museum is extensive with many kinds of buildings and areas to explore and can easily take up an entire day. Meiji Mura is a great place to visit to take a look back at history during the Meij period.

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