The Osugi preservation district offers a well-preserved look at a traditional Japanese townscape centered on traditional buildings such as storehouses and barns mainly used for silk production, and the village setting along the banks of the Tanikawa River. The setting is an idyllic representation of Yabu City with its famed three-storied silkworm houses. Osugi was the fourth registered mountainous/silkworm village in Japan, and was the first Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings in West Japan.
|Spot Name||Osugi Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings|
Oya-cho Osugi, Yabu City
|Tel||Yabu City Tourism As|