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The Takayama Festival is positioned as one of Japan's three most wonderful celebrations close by Kyoto's Gion Matsuri and the Chichibu Yomatsuri. It is held twice per year in spring and harvest time in the old town of Takayama and pulls in vast ...
An around 99,000 square meter site of slanted and covered rooftop houses, this model of a people town (counting National Cultural Treasures) has more than 30 structures, reproducing Hida's chronicled look. In each building, regular articles (which ...
Gujo Hachiman's peak manor was inherent 1559 by the nearby medieval master. Despite the fact that the manor had been decimated in the early Meiji Period, it was revamped in 1933. Not at all like most recreated manors, Gujo Hachiman's was revamped ...
The Higashiyama Walking Course is a lovely strolling course through Takayama's sanctuary town (Teramachi), the city's rustic "rural areas" and Shiroyama Park, a lush slope and previous site of Takayama Castle.
Along the 3.5 kilometer long ...
Gero Onsen is one of Japan's three finest hot springs alongside Kusatsu and Arima and is situated in Gero City, Gifu Prefecture. It is situated in the focal point of the Japan and is encompassed by the more than 1,000 meter-high Hida mountain go. ...
As a result of its profitable timber assets, the Hida Region around Takayama was put under direct control of the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1692. The Takayama Jinya filled in as the nearby government office headed by the authorities dispatched from ...