Koshu Yume Kouji

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Visit the Meiji, Taisho & Showa era

Visit the Meiji, Taisho & Showa era

Koshu Yume Kouji is a reproduction of the castle-town of Kofu, modeled after the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa eras. The street just a short walk away from Kofu station, and is lined with various shops, boutiques, artwork, restaurants, and souvenir stores. There's also wine tasting where guests can enjoy some of the finest Japanese wines of Yamanashi Prefecture. Yamanashi is one of the few areas in Japan that produces high quality wine using the famous Koshu grapes. Enjoy sampling the highest quality wines in Japan, or visit the Kofu City History Park while exploring this historic street.

Koshu Yume Kouji also features traditional Japanese architecture along the street. Be sure to visit the Tamaya building, an old folk house constructed with Kabuto-dukuri, a style of architecture that uses a Kabuto shaped roof. There is also the reproduction of the Tokino Kane tower, a Meiji-era clock tower used for over 200 years to tell time in Japan. Send yourself to another era walking along the stone path lined with traditional buildings in Kofu!

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