Let's walk through hitstorical towns, rural villages and nature with our tour guides!
Travelling to Mount Gozaisho on a ropeway and visiting the Yunoyama Onsen hot spring
Mount Gozaisho is a 1,212 meter high mountain which is located in the Suzuka Quasi-National Park. The four seasons of the year can be enjoyed here. The azaleas and cherry blossoms in spring, the cool breeze during the evening time and red dragonflies at summer, the red maple leaves in autumn, and the frost-covered trees and skiing from the hill top during the winter.
Chiyobo-inari and Yoro-no-taki Fall
>It is called the "Ochobo-san" among the local people. The shrine was built in the Muromachi period (1336 to 1573) by Mori Hakkai who belongs to a baronial family, with an intention to maintain the ancestors' spirits for over thousand years. Chiyobo-inari, which has an annual visitors of 2 million, is believed to be beneficial for prosperous business and well-being of the family.
Tsumago and Magome
Gifu City, Oda Nobunaga's town
There are a lot of attractive sightseeing spots in Gifu. The Gifu Castle where Oda Nobunaga declared his intention to conquer the nation with force during the Sengoku period, Ukai (cormorant fishing) with a 1,300 year-long history at the Nagaragawa river, Kawaramachi which prospered as the river port, and the Gifu Great Buddha which is said to be one of the three big Buddhas in Japan.