Tulip and lavender spread in vast fields in the Bokka-no-sato, which is about 5 minutes from the hotel.It is said that the difference between the clear air and the temperature makes the flower vivid.In the park, you can get in touch with animals, experience handmade using natural materials, and never get bored with various ways of playing.
Opening period: From Saturday, April 18, 2020 to November 23, 2020(Monday) Opening hours: weekdays 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday / Sunday / Holiday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm ※Opening hours change depending on the season.
Admission ticket 1200 yen for adults/Senior 900 yen 4 years old and over elementary school student 600 yen ※Senior 65+
●Free parking for 2000 cars ●Lunch can be brought in(Restaurant facilities are not allowed) phone, 0575-73-2888
About 10 minutes from our hotel Hirugano Picnic Garden the summit area of the Hirugano Picnic Garden, 40,000 largest pink sighs of petunia are blooming in Japan."Momoiro Terrace & Cafe" is open on the summit at an altitude of 1,000m, overlooking Mt Dainichi and Hakusan Mountain Range.You can enjoy passionate drinks and sweets using local ingredients. Also, 10,000 Kokia on the slopes.It is a refreshing green in summer and turns red in late September.
Opening period: From July 11, 2020 (Saturday) to October 18, 2020(Sunday) Opening hours: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Entrance ticket Adult 500 yen 4 years old and over elementary school student 300 yen Observation lift adult 800 yen 4 years old and over elementary school student 400 yen ※round trip
Mt Dainichi water that springs from the foot of Mt Dainichi flows through the mountain, where it divides into Nagara River and Shogawa River Nagara River. That is the watershed. The watershed seen right from National Route 156 is rare nationwide. There is a wooden path in the back of the park, and you can enjoy Minamata around Golden Week.
Ohigagatake, an altitude of 1,709 meters, has been loved since ancient times. From the top of the mountain where the Dainichi Nyorai statue is enshrined, Mt Hakusan main peak and another mountain, distant Mt. Kasumigadake, Mt. Norikura, Mt. Arashima, Mt. You can see the famous mountains. The summit, course to exit the full-fledged course and deciduous forest zone advance the ridge road, There are three routes with different ways of enjoying and difficulty, such as a course that you can go to the top of the mountain using a gondola. Let's go for a refreshing trek that feels the breath of nature!
About 60 minutes to popular sightseeing spots in Gifu Prefecture!
Popular Gifu attractions, Shirakawa-go·Hida, Takayama, Gujohachiman. Both are within a 60-minute drive from our hotel.Please extend your feet and enjoy.
Gujo dance is counted as one of the three major folk dances in Japan. Gujo Odori, known for the lyrics of “When I go out to Hachiman in Gujo”, the song “Gujo Odori” has been sung and danced in the castle town of Gujo Gujohachiman for 400 years. In order to achieve this, the Bon Dances that had been danced in the villages in Kashiwachi were collected in the castle, and “Do n’t be discouraged during the four days of the Bon Festival. It became popular every year because we encouraged. Because of this historical background, Gujo Dance is fun for everyone, that is, tourists and locals dance in a circle. This is why Gujo Odori is called “Dancing Odori” rather than “Dancing Odori”. From August 13th to 16th, the night dance will be exciting. In addition, the city area of Gujohachiman, which has been developed as a castle town, is full of attractions such as old streets, beautiful waterways, pocket parks (small parks) that make use of water, and Sousuisui, one of the 100 best waters in Japan.
The sky castle “Gujo Hachiman Castle” is the oldest rebuilt wooden castle in Japan. The existing Gujo Hachiman Castle was rebuilt in 1958. At this time, the castle tower, Sumida, and Takatsuki will be rebuilt. For some reason, along with the abandoned prefecture of 1871 in the Meiji period This is because the abandoned castle decree was issued and everything was demolished from the following year, leaving the stone walls. Please enjoy Ogaki Castle (a Ogaki Castle Gifu Prefecture) as the current castle tower. For reference, it was made of a rare wooden structure as a simulated castle tower nationwide.
Also, the view from the castle tower is wonderful, and it ’s a mountain castle overlooking the castle town. You can also feel the nature of each season.
Shirakawa-go Gassho-style villages are Gassho-style villages in the Shirakawa-go area of the Toetsu region. It was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Cultural Heritage Site) on December 9, 1995 and became the sixth World Heritage Site in Japan. In the Hida area, which is deep in snow, the gassho structure with a kayak roof designed to withstand severe heavy snow is so famous as a symbol of Japanese rural scenery.
The Hidatakayama area in the northern part of Gifu Prefecture has a lot of charm, such as the old streets from the Edo period to the Meiji period, and local gourmet dishes such as Hida Beef and Takayama ramen! Because of the rich nature, outdoor leisure is recommended.
There are two places in the morning market in Takayama, “Miyakawa Morning Market” and “Jinya-Mae Morning Market”. Miyagawa Morning Market is held every day from 7am to 12pm, and there are about 40 white tents, selling fresh vegetables and fruits, pickles and fresh flowers, handmade miscellaneous goods and folk crafts. A rustic market where fun comes out by having conversations with local people and connecting people.
“The Takayama City Takayama festival in Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture is held every spring and autumn. Spring is called the Sanno Festival, and autumn is called the Yahata Festival. There are only five festivals in Japan that are designated as important tangible folk cultural assets and important intangible folk cultural assets of the country, but the Takayama festival is one of them. The spring Takayama festival (Sanno Festival), which announces the late spring to the Hida Highland surrounded by mountains, is a gorgeous festival held in full bloom. 人形 The artistic features of the dolls are demonstrated on a gorgeous stall, and the procession is like a period picture scroll with hundreds of people centering on a shrine.
In autumn Takayama Festival are hundreds of people with traditional costumes and a tribute to the town while performing gagaku and lions. The stalls that lit the lanterns returned to their respective warehouses
In 1960, the construction of “Miburo Dam” by Power Supply Development Co., Ltd. caused the submergence of the Nakagawa area in Shokawa Village (now Shokawa), which was within the precincts of Korinji and Shorenji in the same area. The old cherry was supposed to have the same fate. However, Mr. Tatsunosuke Takatsuki, the first president of Power Development Co., wanted to save this cherry blossom from being submerged. In the voice that transplantation is impossible, a large transplant of the century was carried out by the power of many experts and craftsmen who accepted the thoughts of Takatsuki, and these two cherry trees revived miraculously.
And to this day, it is our precious treasure that once again teaches the importance of nature, love for things, and preciousness of life.
Shokawa Cherry Tree bloom every year from late April to early May GW.During the flowering period, there will be stalls in the parking lot. 3 days of full bloom, is a write-up of Shokawa Cherry Tree from 6 pm to 9 pm.
Amida Falls is a waterfall in Maedani, Shirotori, Gujo City, Gifu Prefecture. Approximately 60m drop, About 7m wide. It became a prefectural designated scenic spot in 1958, and it was chosen as one of the “Top 50 Famous Water of Gifu Prefecture” in 1986 and the “100 Best Waterfalls in Japan” in 1990. Mt Hakusan is the site of the Mt Hakusan Faith Test Road (Takiyuki). The origin of the name is, Tenmon year of the Warring States period, where Michimiyabi minstrel of Mt Hakusan Nakamiya Choruji Temple had performed Goma apprenticeship in the vicinity of the cave of Nagataki, in front of the eye that Amida Nyorai appeared. For this reason, it was called Amida Falls.
A waterfall along National Route 156. In summer, it is crowded with people seeking coolness, and in winter, icing can be seen if conditions are met. A waterfall with a different expression in each of the four seasons.
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