Christopher (link077) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Japanese translation: ふるさとのこみち

I am working on a project about a park that I visited in Japan during a recent exchange program. I need to know the meaning of "ふるさとのこみち". That's how this area of the park was labeled on the sign; no kanji was used. The area in question is basically a boardwalk through a marsh, with a pseudo-historical house or mill in the middle.





What does ふるさとのこみち mean in this context? こみち on its own means path or lane, and ふるさと is hometown or historic village, but I'm having trouble putting them together.
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