Gujō is a city located in Gifu, Japan. As of 31 October 2017, the city had an estimated population of 44723, and a population density of 43 persons per km², in 15,328 households. The total area of the city was 851.21 square kilometres.
Restaurants in Gujo
4 based on 210 reviews
Overlooking the town from above was an exceptional experience. Everything was like what we usually saw about past Japan in movies or animations. The old streets and buildings were well preserved. On the foot of the mountain was a temple with graveyard. And the castle just sat on the top of the hill. It was around 15-minute walk from the parking lot to the castle.
4 based on 102 reviews
All service areas (where motorist stop for a break) in Japan are just fantastic, like a cross between a service station and a tourist information centre. They always seem to stock locally produced gifts and food so each one is different and just so much fun to visit. This service area also has great views of the surrounding Mountains covered in snow. Here you can also buy the Hirugano Kogen milk and icecream which are just sublime! A must see if you are driving past.
4 based on 78 reviews
Big main pool, an outdoor onsen, small Sauna and expect a lot of people using it during weekend. The restaurant here unexpectedly offer a wide range of choice and reasonable hida beef dishes.
4 based on 66 reviews
This is a quaint town where one can spend hours leisurely strolling the streets. It is famous for its waterway and canals along the row of houses, which have been preserved. The water is soothing, clear and is still used for washing rice, vegetables and laundry. A common sight is a red bucket hanging from the eaves of the house. In the event of fire, one can use the bucket to collect water from the waterway.
There are also many shops selling handicrafts, souvenirs, food replicas as well as eateries. As there are hardly any vehicles here, it is quiet and peaceful. Not many tourists too. It is a good way to spend half a day to experience the charm and slow pace of life here.
4 based on 54 reviews
More snowboarders here but equally suitable for Skiers like me. Mostly red slopes with good choice for beginners. A few snow parks for boarders. I particularly appreciate that most courses are long enough to enjoy. Do not rent gear in the base and you better find gears to rent at 40-50% discount.
5 based on 22 reviews
The Tetsuya Odori is the highlight of the Gujo Odori dance festival. Taking place in heat of late summer, locals and visitors alike dominate to the evening streets to learn and perform Japanese traditional folk dances. Taking place over four days, dancers remain on the street energetically whirling from 8:00pm until dawn the following day. While any form of dress is welcome, shops and stalls rent out patterned yukata, and many guests don wooden 'geta' shoes that help to keep the rhythm and add to the beat of the music. It's a whirlwind of spirit and zeal, where strangers become friends and hundreds of people enjoy dancing like no one is watching.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
4 based on 41 reviews
This place is a well developed tourist attraction but has all the charm and interesting things to see and do of anything in Gifu Prefecture. It's an excellent walk through the limestone cave and, during the heat of the Summer, offers a great cool escape in it's 14 degree temperatures year-round.
4 based on 51 reviews
Dynaland and the neighboring Takasu snow park make the area you can snowboard or ski quite large. The dynaland side on weekends opens at 5am and closes at 11pm, so theoretically you could be on the mountain for 18 hours! The Snowpark is quite good...MoreThank you reviews !
4 based on 34 reviews
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