Retro Town In Takayama

Retro Town In Takayama is one of the best places to travel in Hida-Takayama, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for map, how to get there, spots nearby, attractions and photos of Retro Town In Takayama posted by Japanese travelers in the know.[last modified: ]

Retro Town In Takayama 5 Reviews

m_yama04/01/2018160

Time Travel To Edo Period! A Castle Town With Retro Atmosphere

The alleys with latticed walls and waterways make us feel like traveling to the old Edo Period (around 1600-1860). The castle town are lined with many long-established shops. And a government office at that time 'Takayama Jinya' and the morning market are also famous as tourist spots. You can touch the history and cultures of Hida Region.◎12min walk from JR Takayama Station. There're many toll parking areas.

eri_sweet02/02/2019134

Good For Spring Travel! One Of The Most Famous Historical Towns In Japan

Takayama Town has many buildings that are selected as Japanese important historical architectures. There's slight smell of savory soy sauce. Being in the warmth of wood, we can enjoy the good old atmosphere like time travelling. Why don't you travel in Takayama this spring? And it'll make you feel relaxed. 12 min walk from JR Takayama Station. If you use cars, please check the nearby parking area in the following. https://sotoasobi.net/6/21/43/blog/takayama-sightseeing-parking (Japanese language only)

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Double_A02/27/201788

Fragrant Japanese Cedar Ball Is A Mark! Great Sake Of Hida Takayama Valued As 'Light And Powerful', And Many Sake Breweries

Many various sake breweries get together, and you can visit one by one to taste their original sake. Feeling the good flavor and deep taste of sake prepared in winter, I was very surprised the differences of these tastes! Selections of each sake brewery will make your both hands full in no time.

kenta_in_owari02/16/201548

Time Travel to Edo period, The Preservation District of Castle Town

The Castle Town is a preservation districts for traditional architectures and remains a retro atmosphere at that time. There are some antique shops, sake storehouses and local cuisines, so the town called 'Small Kyoto' is a popular sightseeing spots in Japan.

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