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The Little World Museum of Man

90-48 Imai Narisawa, Inuyama 484-0005, Aichi Prefecture
+81 568-62-5611
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Museum is like a lecture in college. You can see the countries and their culture. You can have... read more

Reviewed 26 January 2018
Tolga N
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Amazing!!

We spent for a whole day here but still the time wasn't enough. There are exhibition of traditional... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2016
Nami T
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Little world is themepark. you can see 22 countries house. japan, Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Gemany and Frence etc.. aslo you can eat foods and buy foods, accessories. somtimes small circus troupe come to little world on weekends. you can enjoy in little world for all day. I went to there often, when i was student. many students come to there by school trip.
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26 Jan 2018
“Good”
1 Oct 2016
“Amazing!!”
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90-48 Imai Narisawa, Inuyama 484-0005, Aichi Prefecture
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Reviewed 26 January 2018 via mobile

Museum is like a lecture in college. You can see the countries and their culture. You can have their traditional meal or have their clothes. Plan this museum for a whole day if you’d like to be curious about World Countries. Otherwise it takes maximum...More

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Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

We spent for a whole day here but still the time wasn't enough. There are exhibition of traditional houses all over the world and it's a great place for learning different living life styles around the world ^^ there were some local students visiting to...More

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Reviewed 20 April 2016

This open air museum is a huge theme park, at 123 hectares, showcasing 22 country areas. At majority of the country areas, one can explore the traditional buildings with the local music playing at the background, try on traditional ethnic costumes (need to pay), sample...More

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Reviewed 6 February 2016

A theme park worthy a visit. It is supposed to introduce different cultures from around the world. However, some places are run down and don't really reflect the reality of the place or country in question. All in all, enjoy the stroll.

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Reviewed 17 January 2016

very entertaining place, so many culture here, went here with my friends, you van also rent traditional clothes from different country and culture, as me indonesian, theres Bali and indonesian food here, but they need more description in food menu, like "bask soup" I can...More

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Reviewed 14 December 2015

An interesting theme park to visit. Could not help but feel the Asian country exhibits were rather dull and run down. Some of these like the Thai village etc does not really showcase the beauty of the country in question. The German and French villages...More

1  Thank BertSG
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Reviewed 16 September 2015

Very interesting place. There is a collection of items from many places around the world. However, it feels kinda strange. Nevertheless, recommended as an experience if you have the time. Go there early to take full advantage of events etc.

1  Thank Nikos K
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Reviewed 6 September 2015 via mobile

Little World is similar to Epcot. It has areas of many different countries/regions. Many of them are traditional house or buildings. You can eat traditional food and try on traditional clothing at most of the areas. If you're going go all out and do everything,...More

1  Thank turkjj25
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Reviewed 30 July 2015

This is easily accessible by bus from Inuyama. It's a wonderful depiction of life lived ages back and details living abodes from various cultures and countries along with a presentation of food ethnic to those places

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Reviewed 5 July 2015 via mobile

little world it is! i love eating different dishes and this place has it! you can go from china to turkey to india and the lists goes on! you can even rent their national costumes and take loads of pictures! fun date it is! you...More

Thank シーナ イ
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