There are lots of tourist attractions to feel the nature and history of Gifu.

The Mount Kinkazan is located in the edge of the clear stream of Nagara River. Many attractive spots are located, such as Gifu Castle and its neighborhood.

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Gifu Daibutsu, Great Buddha

Healing Buddha

This is counted as one of Japan’s three Buddha figures. This Buddha boasts the biggest Buddha in Japan as a lacquer Buddha.
The womb has been enshrined Medicine Buddha. Its gentle expression and majesty, such as those smiling to us is truly a healing space.

"GIFU TABI MEGURI" Sightseeing courses recommended by hotel staff

We will introduce a model itinerary that will take you through the charms of Gifu Prefecture, including its rich nature, historical sites, classic sightseeing spots, and must-see local gourmet food.Why not use our hotel as your base and enjoy sightseeing in Gifu?

Kawaramachi view (Historic street)

Let's Taste the retro air

The cityscape continues from the Ukai viewing boat landing point of Nagara Bridge Minamitsume west “Minatomachi-Tamai Town, Motohama town”. Here old streets with lattice doors known as “Kawaramachi,” can still be seen. It is very near to the landing point of the Ukai viewing boat, and it is also recommended to explore this area before taking the Ukai viewing.

Gifu Castle

The castle that Dosan Saito and Nobunaga Oda cleaved in 16th Century

The castle is located on the summit of Mount Kinka, and it is said that a fort was built for the first time by the Kamakura shogunate Butler Yukimasa Nikaido government in 1201. In the Sengoku era in 15th Century the castle was built by Dosan Saito, which was captured and lived by Nobunaga Oda in 1567.

Mount Kinka Ropeway

It's a superb view of cure under the eyes!

This is a ropeway connecting the Gifu Park and the Mount Kinkazan.
You can enjoy the natural beauty and landscape of the Nagara River of four seasons.

Gifu Nagaragawa Ukai (Nagara River cormorant fishing)

Summer tradition of Gifu City

Ukai of Nagara is inherited as a summer tradition of Gifu, having a history of more than 1,300 years. An Usho, or cormorant fisherman, dressed in traditional costumes on a small boat will hunt Ayu (sweetfish) by manipulating the cormorant to free the fish while using his voice to make the sound “Ho-Ho”. Visitors witnessing this special experience the world of the subtle and profound.