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Sukyo Mahikari
Sacred & Religious Sites
Hida Kokubun-ji Temple
Sacred & Religious Sites
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Takayama Betsuin Shorenji Temple
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Kusakabe Folk Museum
Historic Sites
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Senko-ji Temple
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Higashiyama Hakusan Shrine
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Shokawa-Zakura
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Garyu Park (Garyu Sakura)
Gardens, Parks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Hie Shrine
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Dekonaru Yokocho
Points of Interest & Landmarks
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#1 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Takayama
... tallest mountain in Japan, I was there mid-February when it was covered in pristine, clean white snow, and it was the most amazing and breathtaking snow mountain view ever, winning the Swiss alps hands down!
The bus from Takayama leaves every hour, it was a cloudy day but when we got to the ropeway we had an excellent view and it was well worth the trip, both rope ways are a good experience and sitting at the top look...
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#2 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Takayama
The park is a wonderful walk and every bend in the path showed us some new beauty or view of the foliage or even a little shrine or temple.
A very nice way to stroll around Takayama and see the sights and see some the neighborhoods and a bit of the countryside.
#3 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Takayama
Also , both Nohi bus rides from Kyoto to Takayama and from Takayama to Tokyo - have stunning scenic views .
If the weather is good this is more than enjoyable stroll, with a great range of wares to view and sample.
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#4 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Takayama
A National Historic Site, the complex now houses a museum showcasing maps of the Hida region, historical town plans, documents of feudal lords, and the largest traditional rice storehouse in Japan.
Fascinating view into the lifestyle of the Edo period of Japan.
#5 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Takayama
Takayama is small enough to get to all of the important sites but make sure you save a half a day to drive to Shirakawago, a phenomenal town with incredibly unique and gorgeous thatched roofs.
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#9 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Takayama
Just walk along the bridge and admire wonderful view along both sides of the river can make a memorable trip.
The iconic Nakabashi Bridge is perhaps the most recognizable landmark of Takayama and is located on Enakogawa river, just 10 mins walk from Takayam station.
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