Location: Gifu

Yamabiko Fireworks Festival in Tochio-Onsen 2019

OkuhidaOnsengo also has a summer evening fireworks festival. Enjoy the breathtaking spectacle of the fireworks

Summer Festival in Fukuji-Onsen 2019

This is a traditional summer event for the Fukuji Onsen Area. During the event period, there are nightly performances of…

Open-air bath day 2019

June 26th of every year is designated “open-air spa day”, on which certain of the abundant open-air baths within the Okuhida-Onsengo…

Yubana Festival, Ema Festival 2019

This is a festival held in thanks of the bounty of hot springs in the Hirayu-Onsen area. Prayer sticks with…

Banryu Festival and Mountain Opening Festival on the Hida side of the Northern Japan Alps 2019

On the Hida side of the Northern Japan Alps, which lie within the Chubu Sangaku National Park, there is a…

Hirayu-Otaki Keppyo Festival 2019

The Hirayu Onsen area is home to famous Hirayu Otaki Grand Waterfall, which is listed as one of Japan’s top…

Sakura Festival in Tochio-Onsen 2019

The cherry trees of Okuhida-Onsengo begin to blossom around the end of April each year. This is about 1 month…

Taruma Waterfall Light Up 2018-2019

Light up of Taruma waterfall, the pub made with ice and more.

Winter Fair 2018

Big Tower of  roses which fits well photogenically

Sake Brewery Tour 2019 (Hida Takayama)

Eight sake breweries open their brewing facilities, which are not open to visitors at other times, for a period of…

Copy of Winter’s Hida Takayama Light Up 2018-2019

Light up Miyagawa and Nakahashi flowing through the center of Takayama-shi city center. Please enjoy the stroll in a fantastic…

Winter of Gero hotspring fireworks story 2019

In Gero Hotsping, known for “beauty of hot water”, will be launched fireworks that decorate the night of winter in…

HIDA COOKING CLASS

The concept is “Learn local food from local at local’s house.” This is not only a cooking class but also…

TRADITIONAL LUNCH EXPERIENCE

This traditional lunch offers the experience to cook rice in a traditional way, using an old rice cooker (called “KAMADO”)…