Take a day tour with Shirakawa and Takayama in Nagoya!
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[From 2020~] Shirakawago Takayama Day Tour
Shirakawa-go position in Gifu Prefecture in northwestern foothills of the White Mountains, is surrounded by mountains, paddy fields horizon, the river flows through the quiet mountain village. There are more than 110 buildings in the “hand-made” (thatched-roofed wooden roof) style, which was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. In the village, according to the appearance of ancient villages, there are temples, waterwheel cabins, charcoal cabins, horse stables and other buildings. Among them are performances such as dyeing and weaving, and visitors can experience it here. In the Shirakawa Yasaka Shrine, one of the venues, there is a turbid wine festival, and a puppet model is used to introduce the lion dance held at the festival. The Sakae Castle Castle Lookout is a great place to overlook the scenery of the village.
Takayama is a city in the northern part of Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Takayama City The largest city in Japan, even more than Kagawa Prefecture and Osaka Prefecture, is equivalent to the entire Tokyo area. The city is known as the "Little Kyoto", and there are many Japanese and foreign tourists here every year. Takayama-shi is a castle town built in the 16th century Takayama Castle (a town developed around the prince's hometown). The entire mountain city is dominated by wooden architecture, and the exquisite carpentry craftsmanship makes the whole mountain city quaint.