See the world heritage in Shirakawa-go, enjoy the snow, light up the lights, eat, and be happy
😛Located in Shirakawa-go, Gifu Prefecture, in the center of the Japanese archipelago, it is a small mountain village with 114 thatched wooden houses shaped like Gassho.
👉was recognized as one of the world cultural heritage by the United Nations in 1995
️Liquor Store Tour
There is a saying in Japan that good wine is produced in cold places, and good wine is produced in high mountains in winter.
️Lighting in Baicun Township, there are 6 lighting days every year, 114 cabins are all lighted up, very warm, you can check the specific time on the website
👉Spring High Mountain Sacrifice
👉Summer Fireworks Festival/Hida Takayama Jinya Night Market
👉Autumn, Takayama Festival, Hida Clouded Sake Festival
😘Spring is romantic with mountain flowers, summer is lush, autumn is red, and winter is snowy
😠The biggest attraction of Shirakawa-go is the gassho-style houses. More than 100 buildings are connected together, surrounded by mountains and paddy fields.
🤑Gassho House has a history of more than 400 years. It is built without any nails. The roof is inclined at 60 degrees. In winter, snow can be slipped to avoid snow accumulation. It is a big house that is warm in winter and cool in summer.
😇Gassho-style folk homes are defined by the Japanese as a "field museum". There are 25 gassho-style houses for visiting, shrines, temples, small bridges and flowing water, which are of great help to understanding Gassho-style houses in Shirakawa Township. Most tours of Shirakawa-go will not include it here, so there are few people and beautiful scenery. You can calm down and learn about the past and present of Shirakawa-go. Tickets are 600 yen, and children are 400 yen.
😎Stay at Gassho House B&B in Shirakawa-go for one night, eat local delicacies, pudding, Hida beef, wine, and feel the tranquility of sunset and sunrise in Shirakawa-go, it sounds very tempting