Cherry blossom along with Shinsakai River
There are about 1,000 cherry trees on both banks of the Shinsakai River in Kakamigahara City.
It has also been selected as one of Japan’s top 100 cherry blossom spots.
World Freshwater Aquarium
It is one of the largest freshwater fish aquariums in the world, exhibiting around 260 kinds and 28,500 aquatic creatures.
Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum
It is a museum specializing in aerospace in Kakamigahara City where the aeronautical industry is active.
Ukai in Nagara river
It is a summer tradition representing Gifu prefecture with 1300 years of history, and is aiming to be registered as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.
It is said that Oda Nobunaga, a warlord in the Sengoku period, built it. You can overlook Gifu City from the castle tower.
Japanese sword from Seki city
It is Japan’s number one cutlery town with a tradition of more than 700 years. They produce the best quality and reliable cutlery in Japan.
Magome-shuku the post town
Located in Nakatsugawa City, Gifu Prefecture, at the south end of the Central and South Alps, the landscape of Japanese satoyama is beautiful, with rice paddies and post towns spreading in the shape of a slope.
Minowashi the Japanese Traditional Paper
Various products using high quality Japanese paper and Japanese paper, which is used for the restoration of ancient documents, paintings and national treasure class cultural properties from all over the world.
Gujo Odori the Bon Dance
It is the longest Bon Odori in Japan and you can dance over 30 nights from mid-July to early September. It is one of the three major Bon Odori festivals in Japan that both tourists and locals can enjoy together.
Shirakawa-go Gassho-style Village
There are about 100 large and small Gassho-style houses left, and it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. You can also stay at a Gassho-style Minshuku.
Old town in Takayama city
It is a tourist spot representative of Gifu where you can walk around the traditional Japanese town lined with sake breweries, antique shops and confectionery shops.
It is one of the three best springs in Japan. There are free foot baths scattered around the hot spring resort area, and you can enjoy the hot spring easily even on your way out.