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All reviews day trip an overnight stay mountain stream unesco world heritage the bus words cannot describe cold winter leave early observation deck small village walk around beautiful view few hours old village observation point souvenir shops worth a visit
We came here with our guide Hisa who gave us a lot of the history of this village and informed us on their way of life. There was a lot of tourists during the day while we visited, but I imagine it would be quite...More
We came here twice during our recent trip to Japan. The first day without snow and the second day after some snow. The village looked so different after a night of snow. At the beginning, we drove through the village because the parking lot looked...More
We went here by bus from Nagoya for about 3 hours. We took the first bus to avoid crowd and after arrived we immidiately walk to the bus station to the observation deck but there has been long enough queue there.
Unfortunately the snow fall...More
This place is simply breathtaking! The views along the way... a small village with a lot of charm. The winter snow makes it so romantic to be in this village. Going up the peak to get a full view of the village in snow made...More
We planned a day trip from Kanazawa but found the busses quite booked up in advance and so took the only day we could get. Bad choice. In February there seems to be a bit of ‘winter closure’ (e. g. Silk Centre) and Thursday seems...More
It took us 3 hours to get here from Nagoya via Bus but going there was like going up the mountains of the Swiss alps .. such a beautiful view since i come from a tropikal Country , i truly enjoyed coming here and would...More
Great experience for the Winter snowing at Shirakawago. Advised to go early and up to the Ogimachi Castle Observation Deck to enjoy the beautiful scenery before walk into the village. Most of the restaurant is only open until around 3pm so is better stop for...More