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Super Hotel Hida Takayama
Super Hotel Hida Takayama

Only a 2 minutes' walk from the JR Takayama Station, our hotel is located at the center of the scenic Hida Road. Whether its for business or sightseeing, please stay at Super Hotel Hida-Takayama.

Address4-76, Tenmacho, Takayama shi, Gifu
Check-in3 P.M.Check-out 10:00
SubwayIt takes only 2 minutes on foot to arrive from the JR Takayama Station.
By CarIt's about a 15 minutes' drive from the Takayama-Nishi IC on the Chubu-Jukan Expressway.
Parking LotFee: 500 yen per night (on a subscription basis)
Hour: 3 P.M. to 10 A.M.
Vehicles size restriction: No
Strategy for full parking lots: Look for coin-operated parking lots in the nearby for guests.
1 person Single room 5,640yen~
Women's Room 6,150yen~
Monthly 4,090yen~
2 person Super Room 8,200yen~
※100% cancellation fee takes effect after 3:00 p.m. of that day.
Room for ladies Combined bathroom Rest room(with warm water cleaning toilet seat)
Natural hot spring Healthy breakfast Internet zone
High-speed Internet room facility VOD room theater (1000 yen for each night) Non-smoking room
Coin laundry Free IP telephone Public phone
Internet support Barrier Free Room
Bath gel Bath towels / Face towels Amenity goods for ladies
Two-in-one shampoo Shaving Razor (for purchase) Paper towel
Hair Dryer Healthy ionic slipper Tea, cup and toothbrush
Air conditioner Electric pot with humidifier High-speed broad band internet (wired)
TV (above-ground wave, BS, VOD) Alarm clock Air cleaner
Iron (for rent) Refrigerator Ash tray (for rooms allowing smoking)
Lamp (for rent)
Healthy Breakfast

Healthy Breakfast

We provide a nutritionally balanced and healthy breakfast for all guests. A healthy breakfast ushers in a fresh new day - we are waiting for you!
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Nakabash is a bridge that connects Takayama Hon-machi 1 chome and Kami-no-machi. The bridge crosses the Miya River and is decorated with exquisite handrails and knobs. The bridge is also called the “Red Middle Bridge” because of its red appearance. There are a lot of cherry blossom and willow trees planted in the surrounding area as well. The bridge, as a symbol of the city of Hida-Takayama, has become a famous tourist spot. It was built at a time when the Takayama castle town was prosperous, but was later damaged many times by floods. Therefore, in the year 1925 (Taisho 14) the bridge was rebuilt. However, the bridge we know today is actually a version that was renovated in the year 1965 (Showa 40).

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・ Location:Honmachi~ Kataharamachi~ Kawaramachi~Shinmeicho,Takayama-shi, Gifu
・ Phone number:0577-32-3333
Hida Village

Hida Village

Hida no Sato, or “Hida Village,” is a relaxing beautiful countryside village that looks like the Japan from long ago. In Hida Village, the look of the buildings and their surroundings has been kept as it was hundreds of years ago, so that it can survive the rapid movement of urbanization sweeping across the country. The luscious green area is spotted with many old thatched-roof houses, wherein there are different kinds of farm tools. The look of the houses seems to take you back to yesteryear. The straw crafts, Hida quilting performances, and all sorts of other traditional year-round activities are definitely worth seeing as well. It is a modern utopia free of urbanization. Don’t forget to visit Hida Village if you have the opportunity to come to Hida Takayama.

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・ Location:1-590, Kamiokamoto-machi, Takayama-shi, Gifu
・ Phone number:0577-34-4711
Asaichi (Morning Market)

Asaichi (Morning Market)

The Asaichi (Morning Market) is located in Shimomi-no-machi, Takayama-shi, Gifu Prefecture (along the Miya River). It is held almost every day by the Hida-Takayama Asaichi (Morning Market) Coordination Association. It is one of the three largest morning markets; the other two are Wajima no asaichi in Ishikawa Prefecture and Katsuura no asaichi in Chiba Prefecture. The road that hosts the Asaichi (Morning Market) is also called the morning market road. In the morning market, besides the famous local specialties of Takayama, one can also buy fresh vegetables, fruits and handmade articles. Not only do tourists visit Asaichi , but locals do as well.

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・ Location:shimo san-no-machi, Takayama-shi, Gifu
・ Phone number:0577-32-3333


Takayama has been a prosperous castle town since ancient times. The business districts of Ichino-machi, Nino-machi and Sanno-machi especially retained a strong economy from the Edo period until present day. Ancient buildings are everywhere in San-no-machi: wooden houses, earthen sake storehouses, the hanging curtain signs of established merchant families and canals flowing under eaves are all visible when you come visit San-no-machi. Walking slowly down the narrow streets, it feels like you have traveled back to the Edo Period. In 2004, (Heisei 16) a street in San-no-machi was selected as one of the 500 streets that Japanese would love to walk down.

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・ Location:san-no-machi, Takayama shi, Gifu
・ Phone number:0577-32-3333
Takayama Jinya (An Historical Government House)

Takayama Jinya (An Historical Government House)

When Hida Province became a domain ruled directly by the Edo Shogunate (magistrates), an office was set up here in order to manage the area. The office was called Takayama Jinya. However, from the Meiji Restoration it changed into an office of the Takayama government. In 1929 it was designated as a national historical asset, but was later used as an office by different organizations. Currently, the whole area including the interior of the building is free to view. The interior includes various historical items. The area outside the Jinya is also worth wandering. There is also a morning market at the Takayama Jinya that is just as loved as the Miya River Market. In spring, during the Takayama Festival, visitors can see a lion dance and other activities, such as cock fighting.

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