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Gero Onsen. One of Japan’s most popular onsen along with Arima Onsen and Kusatsu Onsen, Gero Onsen is famous for its waters beneficial for beautiful skin
Gifu Castle (Mt. Kinka Ropeway) . The famed impregnable castle completed by the Nagara River and the steep cliffs of Mt. Kinka
Gujo Hachiman. An old-fashioned castle town whose culture in tandem with water continues to thrive
Takayama Jinya. The only surviving outpost of its kind in Japan. Experience the history and culture of Edo
Gasshozukuri Minkaen Outdoor Museum. A community of naturally nestled gabled thatched-roof houses has been faithfully recreated
Shin-Hotaka Ropeway. Head for a place above the clouds on Japan’s first double-decker ropeway!
Shirakawago. The village of gassho-zukuri houses which has been recognized as a World Heritage site where tradition and a way of life exist
Furui Machinami(Sanmachi-dori). A must-see during a tour of Takayama. An old town of character with hints of the Edo Era.
Hida Folk Village . Enjoy the good old days of a rural landscape and the culture & customs of the Hida district
Oku-Hida Onsen Village . A group of 5 remote hot springs in an area of rustic beauty at the foot of the Northern Alps
Takayama City. A castle town of character which is popularly known as the Little Kyoto of Hida
Akechi Railway . A spirited local railroad on which you can enjoy a Japanese countryside of the good old days
Hida Furukawa. An old townscape with spirit, craftsmanship and delicious sake. The appeal of old-style Japan is squeezed into this town.
Ena Valley. One of the foremost places of scenic beauty in the Chubu region created from a natural formation and a dam
Nagara River Cormorant Fishing (Ukai). The 1300-year-old custom of cormorant fishing on the Nagara River is a symbol of summer in Gifu City
Magome-juku. A post town with an old-fashioned appearance at the foot of the mountain range including the beautiful Mt. Ena
Sakurayama Hachiman-gu Shrine/Takayama Festival Yatai Kaikan (Exhibition Hall) . A majestic shrine famous for the autumn Takayama Festival. Enjoy the splendor of the yatai floats adorning the festival
Hida Kokubun-ji Temple. A giant 1250-year-old gingko tree stands tall within this ancient temple which has existed since the Nara Era
Kaba Sake Brewery. Founded in 1704, Kaba takes pride in its earnest approach to sake brewing which has been beloved by local residents
Ogi-machi Castle Ruin Observation Area. A viewing spot where you can see the superb scenery of Shirakawa-go that has been compared to a painting!