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Drum no Sato Cosplay House

Sightseeing Spots | Visit Chiba | Latest update:2023/12/05

Boso no Mura, an outdoor living museum of sorts, is a recreation of a 19th century village. Each building here allows you to experience a different aspect of classic Japanese life, and the restaurants, shops, and creative activities here are fun for all. To really “warp” back in time, the Cosplay House "Drum no Sato" lets you try on kimonos like the samurai of old, or have a little fun dressing up as a ninja while you visit this slice of old Japan, accented by dirt roads, tile roofs, and lush nature.

1039-1 Ryukakuji, Sakae-cho, Inba-gun

(Approx. 10 minutes by bus from JR Ajiki Station to the "Bosonomura" bus stop, then approx. 2 minutes on foot.)



  • Handicap parking
  • Handicap toilet
  • Wheelchair rentals
  • Service dogs permitted

*Drum no Sato is basically wheelchair accessible, but there are steps only in the Cosplay House, and you need to be accompanied by an escort and the museum staff will pull you up. Since there is no nursing room, we provide a changing room on the second floor (tatami room) of the Cosplay House, etc., depending on the situation. Written communication in foreign languages is not possible, but we use a translation app to communicate.

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