Hm, looks like I skipped out on walking up to this temple.
Oh, I think this is where you're supposed to enter.
And finally, my goal - the Okamoto Minka Park, minka being the word for house or home. This is an old-style Japanese home. It has the thatched roof which you won't find in the city.
The house features an irori, an area in the living room where you can cook or grill food or heat water.
As the Hina Festival is to be held soon, the park featured hina dolls from the Showa and Taisho eras.
Hina Dolls from the Showa Era
The third picture down is a kamado where people would cook their rice.
The Outhouse / 便所
And one last picture of the garden, as I leave this park and continue walking.