Journey to Oshin’s Homeland Part 2: Ginzan Hot Springs

A world famous Japanese TV drama “Oshin” was set in Yamagata Prefecture. Win Morisaki, an actor from Myanmar visits Ginzan Hot Springs, where the drama was shot.

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Ginzan Hot Springs is tucked away deep in the mountains of Yamagata. Wooden inns built about 90 years ago line the main street, giving travelers the impression that they’ve traveled back in time. Win decides to paint a kokeshi, a type of traditional wooden doll that Oshin treasured.

This program is available also in Burmese:
https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/my/vod/oshinshomeland/3004485/

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