After the shooting of a color remake in , the movie set used for the filming was opened to the public as the "Nijushi no Hitomi Eigamura" movie village. The movie set consists of an entire reconstructed village, including a school house, over a dozen homes, a shrine, a canal and a few fields. Visitors can enter all the buildings, some of which were transformed into restaurants, shops and small museums. The village conveys a nostalgic atmosphere of past decades, and is pleasant to explore even by those who have not seen the movie. Among the buildings is also a restaurant that serves old fashioned school lunches, and an antique movie theater where the original movie is constantly shown. In two small museums, visitors can find out more about the writer of the original story and about Japanese cinema in general. A few hundred meters away, along the road leading to the movie village, stands the school house from the original movie. Unlike the replica in the movie village, that school house was actually used as an elementary school from until Visitors may enter this school house, too, and tour the three wooden classrooms against a small entrance fee.
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The narrative begins in with the teacher's first class of first grade students and follows her through A color remake was directed by Yoshitaka Asama. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Twenty-Four Eyes Theatrical release poster. Films directed by Keisuke Kinoshita. Blue Ribbon Award for Best Film. Mainichi Film Award for Best Film.