• Yoro Park: The Site of Reversible Destiny

    A garden made of modern artworks: quite peculiar and fascinating.

  • Water Eco Park Oasis Park

    A large leisure facility consisting of a playground, an aquarium, restaurants and souvenir shops. Great place to visit especially for families.

  • Takayama Matsuri Yatai Kaikan

    An archive where yatai are permanently exhibited, which are used in the Takayama Festival, one of the largest, most beautiful Japanese festivals.

  • Takayama Jinya

    Takayama Jinya is the country’s only existing remains of an outpost which was directly controlled by the Edo Shogunate. A market held in its square is an added attraction.

  • Shirakawa-go

    A residential community where nostalgic landscapes and characteristic thatched-roof traditional houses line up. Registered a world heritage site in 1995.

  • Shirakabe Storehouse Town

    A beautiful castle town of Shirakabe Storehouse, in a Japanese architectural style traditional since the latter half of the 16th century.

  • Shinhotaka Ropeway

    Ropeway ascending along the northern Alps. Popular for the two-story gondola unique in Japan.

  • Sanmachi Street

    A popular area with a historical castle town having various food takeout places and great souvenir shops.

  • Sample Kobo

    Make goodies that look like real food at a workshop!

  • Okuhida Onsengo

    An onsen resort that boasts of beautiful scenery in the surrounding mountains of Hotaka range and the Northern Alps.

  • Miyagawa Morning Market

    Shop and eat at a historical morning market

  • Magome-juku

    An outpost where you can have a taste as if you time-slipped to the Edo period.



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