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After the less than diligent maintenance seen at various other Thai sites, this Japanese settlement had not a blade of grass out of place. It was almost fanatical in it's cleanliness and was mostly a pleasant place to visit. The two indoors exhibits were air...More
I went there yesterday
It is a interesting place about history of Ayutthaya and Japanese
There is 2 room for shows about relationship of Thailand and japan
I really like history board shows all history around the world each period
On our way to numerous famous ruins Wats of Ayutthaya, our tuk tuk fellow brought us to this settlement. Just when we were thinking it's a welcome break from the same type of attraction, the entry fee and the lack of condition in lieu of...More
A well run museum centred round two videos on the Japanese activities in Ayutthaya. These are good but other exhibits are quite limited. Allow about 45 minutes. It's a bit out of town so make sure you ask your transport to wait or you may...More
This is a very interesting place to visit. It gives a nice overview of the historical trade between Ayuthya and Japan. It's great to visit, especially on a rainy day, when the ruins might be harder to enjoy.
An exhibition in honour of a Japanese settlement made famous in the movie Yamada Tiger of Ayuthaya in 2010 this place is interesting in its recording of the small Japanese settlement in Ayuthaya some 400 years ago comprising largely of Christians fleeing the anti Christian...More
The settlement is well design, and organized. The buildings and structures are well maintainted. The japanese garden needs maintaining. Video presentations are simple but adequate. The artifacts are well presented and the staffs need to improve their knowledge in history of the area.
We were passing through and stopped for a look – not that much to see – dates back to a 16th century settlement – nice Japanese garden, some memorials and a small museum where a short video explains the why’s and wherefores’ about the place...More
People emigrated to Thailand/Siam of the Ayuttaya rein when there was no internet - not the least of air-conditioners or antibiotics - for the same reasons as of today? The flow of Chao Phraya River running in front of the Japanese Village looked so innocent...More
We had not known about this pace, and since I had some Japanese people with me, our taxi driver decided to take us there. It is a small place, but you get to watch some videos and ancient Ayuttaya and why the Japanese people were...More