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It's small town close to takayam 30 minutes by train and about 45 minutes by bus. I can take a picture without other people in my frame which I can't do this in takayama. I met homemade udon restaurant that pretty yummy 😋
We stopped here for 4 hours on our way from Takayama to Kanazawa. I wish we had stayed here instead of Takayama, actually, but we did have a really nice place there (Teriyaki Hotel) and when we were looking in Hida Furukawa about a month...More
An easy 15 minute train ride from Takayama and I think is included in a Japan Rail Pass. Just wander the streets and appreciate the historic artisan's houses. Or stroll along the canal looking at the huge mainly golden carp. Many of the houses and...More
Excepting two days in the year, the Matsuri Furukawa and Santera Mairi, HidaFurukawa is a respite from increasingly busy Takayama. The city still has a laid back ancient feel to it, and the old part of town with the Seto Canal is beautiful in the...More
If you want to experience towns in Japan then this is one of the must go place. It’s an old town and is scandal which flows through city and you will find many fishes in that. There are many places from where you could buy...More
To see and appreciate some remnants...
An old town preserved dating from 1600.
You can enjoy the Miyagawa morning market along tMiyagawa river where they sell fresh fruits and vegetables and some local dishes.
There's so much in this area.
You will see the Betsuin...More
You needn’t visit during the festival to appreciate how beautiful this town is. So peaceful, it’s the perfect place to decompress. After exploring the Alpine Route, making time for this town is a great break from the crowds. You will run into a few tourists...More
Hida has joined 8 other villages/towns as the extended Takayama area in order to compete economically with other large, well-known areas of central Japan. As an area which once had the finest carpenters and artists, the shops are fantastic (all those streets lined with canals...More
Visited this place based the tourist office’s advice. So glad we took half day out to visit this township. On the way, we saw few snow covered townships. On arrival, we were met with the quaint old station with an uniquely shaped over head bridge....More