Abandoned Railway Line + Special Bike = Gattan Go! You can enjoy the speed and scenery through this activity. It feels so good to ride through the course surrounded by beautiful nature.
Bokka-no-sato is a Farming Theme Park, providing visitors with a range of hands-on activities to do with dairy farming. In winter season, Bokka no Sato is located at an altitude of 1,000 m, there is a large amount of snow accumulation and thus you can’t enjoy things like seeing flowers. Instead, thanks to the vast grounds, from December to March you can experience a snow activity.
The origin of food replicas, 80% of Japan’s food replicas are produced at Gujo Hachiman. Visitors can have a hand on experience to create their desire food replicas in the workshop.
Immerse in the panoramic view of the Northern Alps, while experience Japan’s first ever double decker gondola ropeway.
Gero has been known for its hot springs since the 10th century and is one of Japan's "Three Famous Springs". Gero's hot spring is said to be particularly good for relieving neuralgia, skin complex and rheumatism.
Ukai is a 1,300 year old traditional fishing technique using tethered cormorants to catch Ayu (sweet fish). A fire hanging from a steel basket at the front of the boat attracts the fish, which are scooped up by the diving birds. The cormorant handler then pulls the cormorants in and the larger fish are disgorged from the birds' beaks.
The spirit of Samurai “Bushido” has never fade away from the history of Japan. The art of greatest swordsmiths has been inherited through 780 years till now. Seki's reputation for quality knives are now prized all over the world.
Takayama Festival is ranked as one of Japan’s most beautiful festival. At the hall exhibits elaborately decorated floats which are several hundred years’ old and spectacular examples of Takayama’s legendary craftsmanship.
This tax office was built in the Taisho period. Inside the building, there are some exhibitions about history, water environment and Gujo dance along with a Gujo Hachiman's catchphrase, "Water and Dance Castle Town".
Takayama Jinya used to be a government office in the Edo Period (1603-1868) that was ruled by Hida-no-yakuni. Out of 60 jinya that existed during the Edo Period, this one is the only one left in its original shape and is a designated Historical Monument. Presently, it is a museum where you can learn about the history of Takayama, and it houses various historic exhibits from the Edo Period to the present.