Gifu Prefecture, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Gifu Prefecture Hotels & Ryokan

Suimeikan
Suimeikan is a ryokan that was established 80 years ago along the Hida River, where it currently remains sitting at the heart of Gero Onsen, one of the three most famous onsen locations in Japan. Guests can experience traditional Japanese culture inside the ryokan, which features a Japanese garden, a genuine Noh stage, as well as ceramic and art works.

Guests can also enjoy hot springs with skin beautifying effects in three spots, including an open-air bath with an indoor bath, a large communal scenic bath, and a large communal indoor bath with a hinoki sauna. The communal scenic bath can be used 24 hours a day.

The lodging offers a variety of guest rooms in the Seiranso, Rinsenkaku, Hisenkaku, Sansuikaku manors, each built separately and in the style of a tea-ceremony arbor. Guests can also choose from rooms with private open-air baths, as well as between Japanese-style and Japanese/Western-style rooms.

In addition to the Japanese kaiseki course served in the guestroom, guests can also choose from a French course, Japanese cuisine course, and a Japanese/Western/Chinese fusion kaiseki course.

The hotel also features plenty of facilities for plenty of fun, such as a swimming pool, gym, beauty salon, and a bar.
How to get there?
From Tokyo Station & Shin-Osaka Station: Take the Shinkansen to Nagoya Station.
From Nagoya Station: Take the Takayama Main Line to Gero Station (about 90 min). It is 3 min on foot from there.

Shuttle Service
Gero Station == Hotel
*No prior reservation required. Shuttle will match limited express train arrivals to meet guests.
**Please contact the hotel if arriving by local train.
Hida Takayama Washington Hotel Plaza
Conveniently located in front of JR Takayama Station, this hotel offers a baggage storage service for guests planning on going sightseeing before check-in or after check-out.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): About 1 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Chubu Jukan Expressway at Takayama-nishi IC and continue along Route 158 for about 20 km (about 30 min). Head towards Takayama Station.
Hotel Hanasarasa
The soft, soothing hot springs here are said to have beautifying effects, and hotel guests are able to enjoy the neighboring Yubunesawa hot spring spa free of charge.
How to get there?
From Nagoya Station (JR Tokaido Main Line, Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the JR Chuo Main Line bound for Nakatsugawa and get off at Nakatsugawa Station. 20 minutes by free pick-up bus from there.
From Tokyo Station: Take the Nagano/Hokuriku Shinkansen and get off at Nagano Station. Then take the JR Chuo Main Line bound for Nagoya and get off at Nakatsugawa Station. 20 minutes by free pick-up bus from there.

[Pick-up/Drop-off Bus Dep. Time]
Pick-up from Nakatsugawa St.: 9.55, 10:55, 11:55, 13:55, 14:55, 15:55, 16:55 Drop-off from hotel: 9:15, 10:15, 11:15, 13:15, 14:15, 15:15, 16:15

*The pick-up bus from Nakatsugawa Station departs from in front of the Tourist Information Center (20 meters to the left after exiting the station).

Free shuttle bus service is available from JR Nakatsugawa Station. Please board the Hotel Sarasa shuttle bus.
[Shuttle Bus Service]
Pick-up from JR Nakatsugawa Station: 9:55, 10:55, 11:55, 13:55, 14:55, 15:55, 16:55
Drop-off from hotel: 9:15, 10:15, 11:15, 13:15, 14:15, 15:15, 16:15
*The pick-up bus from Nakatsugawa Station departs from in front of the Tourist Information Center (20 meters to the left after exiting the station).
Miyamaouan
Enjoy some milk after taking a bath, yukata rental (men and women), private reservable bath, and ramen -- all for free.
All baths in the large communal bathing areas are continually replenished with all-natural hot spring water drawn as is from the source. Private open-air baths and private indoor baths are free. *These baths are not reservable in advance, so please go to the front desk to get the key.
The foot bath just outside the hotel entrance is free to use 24-hours a day.

Complimentary Services
Guests at this hotel can look forward to the following complimentary services free of charge!
- Free serving of delicious milk after a relaxing bath.
- Free rental colored yukata (male and female).
- Free private reservable bath session
- Free yonaki ramen noodles (available from 22:00 until stocks last).

- This hotel is registered as an Official Hotel of Hida Beef Cuisine certified by the Hida Beef Brand Promotion Conference.

- For dinner, guests can look forward to cuisine freshly cooked over a traditional irori hearth.

-Free parking!

- 15:00 check-in (last admittance: 19:00) and 11:00 check-out.

-This hotel is located in the Chubu-Sangaku National Park, majority of which consists of the Northern Alps.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Take a Hirayu or Shin-Hotaka Line bus from the Takayama Nohi Bus Center to the Hirayu Onsen bus stop (about 65 min). It is about 7 min on foot from there.
Hotel Route-Inn Tajimi Inter
About a minute's drive from the Tajimi Interchange, this hotel is convenient whether for business purposes, golfing and other leisure activities in the Tono area. The hotel boasts large shared natural hot spring baths for guests to wash away their weariness. Parking is free of charge for guests staying at the hotel.
How to get there?
From Tajimi Station (JR Chuo Main Line): About 10 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at the Tajimi IC and continue for about 1 minutes (about 1 km).
Shunjuan Hasshokaku Mizunowo
Established in 1998, this Japanese-style inn offers spectacular views of Inuyama Castle and features relaxing open-air hot spring baths as well as a delicious range of traditional Japanese cuisine.
How to get there?
From Inuyama-Yuen Station (Meitetsu Inuyama Line) West Exit: About 7 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Meishin Expressway at Komaki IC and continue along National Route 41 for about 15 minutes (10 km), then Prefectural Route 27 for about 7 minutes (5 km). Head towards Inuyama Castle.
Onyado Yui no Sho
This fine hot spring lodging is set to open in the village of Shirakawa, near the World Heritage Site of the Historic Village of Shirakawago, in March 2019. Guests can experience what life is like in the village should they choose to stay the night.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Take an express bus from Takayama Nohi Bus Center bound for Shirakawago/Kanazawa for about 50 min and disembark at the Shirakawago bus stop. It is about 25 min on foot from there.
By Car: About 2 km (about 5 min) from Tokai Hokuriku Expressway Shirakawago IC.
Hotel Route-Inn Kani
Guests at this hotel can look forward to relaxing and washing away their weariness from travel in the large shared hot springs while recharging with an expansive, home-made breakfast buffet. Free parking is available for guests staying at the hotel.
How to get there?
From Kani Station (JR Taita Line): 10 minutes on foot.
By car: 7 minutes (4 km) after exiting the Tokai-Kanjo Expressway at Kani Mitake IC.
Hotel Route-Inn Seki
This hotel strives to provide warm, personal hospitality that is an important part of Japanese culture.
How to get there?
From Nagoya Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen Line), Sakuradori gate exit: Take the expressway bus Kosoku-Nagoya Bus bound for Minoshi Station at Meitetsu bus center. Get off at Wakakusa Plaza (approx. 90 min). It takes about 10 min from there on foot.
Hotel Route-Inn Minokamo
This hotel makes a great base for traveling around the southeastern part of Gifu Prefecture (locally known as the "Tono" area). Guests can enjoy peaceful moments while staying in this hotel's functional rooms. 
How to get there?
From Mino-Ota Station (JR Takayama Main Line), South Exit: 1 min on foot.
Hotel Il Credo Gifu
Newly opened in August 2012 just outside Gifu Station, this hotel offers stylish, spacious rooms in which guests can relax as well as excellent access to public transit.
How to get there?
From JR and Meitetsu Gifu Station: About 3 minutes on foot.
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Gifu
Just a 6-minute walk from JR Gifu Station. Wide rooms and fully-equipped facilities make this a high-grade business hotel.
How to get there?
From Meitetsu Gifu Station (Meitetsu Line): 1 minute on foot.
From JR Nagoya Station: 20 minutes by train.
*No train transfer required from Nagoya.
From Chubu Centrair International Airport: 60 minutes by train.
To Gifu Castle: 15 minutes by car.
Hotel Gujo Hachiman
Enjoy the Gujo Odori Festival (traditional Japanese summer dance) in the Furusato Hiroba Hall. This event is held all year round.
How to get there?
From JR Nagoya Station: take a Nagoya Line expressway bus bound for Hida-Takayama to Gujo Hachiman IC (about 90 min), and it is about 10 min by taxi from there
Enakyo Grand Hotel
Savor a range of delicious seasonal kaiseki cuisine after enjoying a relaxing open-air bath with panoramic views of Ena Gorge at this countryside retreat.
How to get there?
From Ena Station (JR Chuo Main Line), Central Exit: Take the bus bound for Enakyo, and get off at Enakyo (15 min). The hotel is about 5 minutes on foot from the bus stop.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at the Ena IC and continue along Prefectural Route 401 for about 10 minutes (3 km). Transfer to Route 19 and continue for about 15 minutes (4 km) towards Ena-shi (Ena City). Then turn right at the "Haranishi" crossing after entering Ena City.
Ogawaya
Located in the heart of Gero Onsen, this inn has a tatami-matted communal bath and an open-air bath, as well as a footbath right in the lobby. Guests can enjoy the uniquely Japanese atmosphere that permeates the entire complex.
How to get there?
From Gero Station (JR Takayama Line): About 8 min on foot or 3 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Nakatsugawa IC and continue along Route 257 for about 50 km (about 60 min).
Hotel Route-Inn Toki
Located a mere 7-minute walk from the nearest station, and a 5-minute drive from Toki Interchange, the hotel enjoys a great location. The hotel boasts large shared baths for guests to relax in. The staff are looking forward to serving you with warm hospitality.
How to get there?
From Tokishi Station (JR Chuo Main Line) Central Station: About 7 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at the Toki IC and continue along Route 21 for about 1 minute, then along Route 19 for about 4 minutes (2 km).
Hotel Route-Inn Ena
This hotel is conveniently located for both business and sightseeing. Ena Gorge, one of the tourists' favorite destinations around Ena is worth a visit, beautifully covered with cherry blossoms in spring and colored leaves in fall.
How to get there?
From Ena Station (JR Chuo Main Line), Central Exit: About 12 min on foot; about 3 min by taxi.
By Car: About 2 km (about 5 min) from Chuo Expressway Ena IC.
Hotel Hirayunomori
This is the sister site to popular hot spring facility Hirayunomori and Okuhida Onsengo's first business-type hotel.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Take a Nohi Bus bound for Hirayu Onsen/Shinhotaka Ropeway to Hirayu Bus Terminal (about 50 min). It is about 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway from Takayama IC and take Route 158 for about 40 km (about 60 min). Landmark: Hirayu Bus Terminal.
Yumotokan (Yunohora Onsen)
Lodging staff await your visit.
How to get there?
From Minoshi Station (Nagaragawa Railway): About 10 min by taxi.
From Yunohara-Onsenguchi Station (Nagaragawa Railway): About 15 min on foot (shuttle available).
(Yunohara-Onsenguchi Station is an unstaffed station so there are no taxis.)
By car: Exit the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway from Mino IC and head towards Yunohara Onsen.
Hotel Sekisuien
This peaceful hotel is located amongst the natural beauty of Shiroyama Park with Hachiman Castle overlooking the castle town from the mountain's peak above.
How to get there?
From Nagoya Station:
- Take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Toyama to Mino-Ota Station. Then take the Nagaragawa Rail line bound for Hokuno to Gujo-Hachiman Station. It is about 5 min by taxi from there.
- Take the Tokaido Main Line to Gifu Station. From there, take a Gifu bus (Kosoku Hachiman Line) to the Hotel Gujo Hachiman bus stop.
Miyako Hotel Gifu Nagaragawa (Formerly: Gifu Miyako Hotel)
Located on the banks of the Nagara River, this hotel commands a grand night view of the illuminated Gifu Castle.

Free high speed internet available (Ethernet cables and Wi-Fi available in all guestrooms).
How to get there?
From Chubu Centrair International Airport: 50 min via the Meitetsu Line to Gifu Station.
From Nagoya Station: 20 min via Meitetsu or JR line to Gifu Station. Take a bus from there.

From JR Gifu Station: 15 min by taxi; about 20 min by bus.
- Route 1: Take a K50, K51, or K55 bus from Platform No.10 (Mitabora Line) and get off at the Nagaragawa Kokusai Kaigijo-mae bus stop. It is 2 min on foot from there.
- Route 2: Take a bus from Platform No.11 (City Loop Line Hidari-mawari left loop) and get off at the Nagaragawa Kokusai Kaigijo Kitaguchi bus stop. It is 3 min on foot from there.

From Meitetsu Gifu Station: 15 min by taxi; about 20 min by bus.
- Route 1: Take a bus from Platform No.4 (City Loop Hidari-mawari left loop) and get off at the Nagaragawa Kokusai Kaigijo Kitaguchi bus stop. It is 3 min on foot from there.
- Route 2: Take a K50, K51 or K55 bus from Platform No.4 (Mitabora Line) and get off at the Nagaragawa Kokusai Kaigijo-mae bus stop. It is 2 min on foot from there.

From Nagoya: 60 min by car.
To Gifu Castle: 5 min by car.
Hotel Kuretakeso Takayamaekimae
Hotel Kuretakeso is in a great location with excellent accessibility just 1 minute on foot from Takayama Station! The hotel makes for a great base not just for Takayama sightseeing, but also for sightseeing in the surrounding area, including Gero Onsen and Shirakawago.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line), West Exit: About 1 min on foot.
By car: Take the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway to Hida-Kiyomi IC, change to the Chubu-Jukan Expressway, exit at Takayama IC, and then take Route 41. Landmark: JR Takayama Station.
Yukai Resort: Enakyo Kokusai Hotel
Located in the Enakyo Prefectural Nature Park, guests can enjoy panoramic views of the beautiful scenery. The hotel also offers reasonable rates, and the buffet features many Hida beef and many more tasty items.
Free Wi-Fi in all guestrooms
How to get there?
From Chubu International Airport (Centrair): About 1 hr 40 min by car.
From JR Ena Station: About 15 min by car. A hotel loop shuttle is available.
Gero Onsen Yamagataya
This hotel is located along the Mashita-gawa River, a river passing through the heart of Gero Onsen. Guestrooms provide wonderful views and the hotel is fully equipped with open-air baths and large shared baths. Guests can refresh body and mind in the smooth waters of the famous onsen.
How to get there?
From Chubu Centrair International Airport: Take the Meitetsu Tokoname Line to Nagoya Station. Then take the Takayama Line train bound for Gero and get off at Gero Station (about 140 minutes). The hotel is about 10 minutes on foot, or 5 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Nakatsugawa IC and continue along Route 257 for about 60 minutes (52 km), then Route 41 for about 8 minutes (3 km). Head towards Gero Ohashi Bridge.
Yunoshimakan
Natural spring water from the hot spring source is piped to all baths and showers in the ryokan, including the large communal baths, open-air large communal view baths, and the baths and showers in guestrooms. Yunoshimakan allows guests to experience the famous spring water of Gero Onsen in as many ways as possible. Also, the entire staff is devoted to ensuring the comfortable, pleasant stay of each and every guest.

The Main Building of this ryokan is a rare sight these days, being constructed from wood and featuring unique craftsmanship to create a luxurious atmosphere. This building is a National Tangible Cultural Asset. Keizanso rooms feature panoramic view baths, and rooms with attached open-air baths are also available. Guests can also enjoy Hida beef and seasonal tastes with the ryokan's kaiseki cuisine.
Female guests may select a yukata in the color of their choice free of charge.
How to get there?
From Gero Station (JR Takayama Main Line): About 25 min on foot; 5 min by taxi.

Shuttle Bus
JR Takayama Main Line Gero Station == Hotel
To hotel from station: Departures at 13:35, 14:35, 15:35, 16:35, 17:25
To station from hotel: Departures at 8:30, 9:00, 10:00, 11:10
Gifu Castle Inn
This hotel offers comfortable accommodations and reasonable rates, making it the perfect choice to stay both for business and sightseeing.
How to get there?
From Gifu Station (JR Tokaido Line) Nagara-guchi Exit: 5 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Meishin Expressway at the Ichinomiya IC and continue on National Route 22 for about 30 minutes (15km) towards Meitetsu Gifu Station.
Sun Members Hirugano
Built in the image of a Swiss mountain lodge, this European-style hotel is a highland resort from Spring to Fall, and a ski resort in winter. Enjoy what Sun Members Hirugano has to offer in any season.
How to get there?
By bus: Take the Kosoku Hachiman Line bus bound for Gujo Shirotori. The last bus departs Meitetsu Gifu Sta. at 15:02, arriving at Gujo Shirotori at 16:53. Pick up service available from Gujo Shirotori (reservation required).
By train: Pick up service is available from Hokuno Station or Mino-Shirotori Station (both along Nagaragawa Railway).
Shuttle service to Gujo Shirotori Station or Sakura-no-sato Shokawa Roadside Station (Gifu Bus stations) is available. *Time adjusted for arrival/departure times.
By car: Exit the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway at Takasu IC and continue on Route 156. Turn left at the Idemitsu gas station.
Comfort Hotel Gifu
Located in front of JR Gifu Station, the hotel offers the latest facilities at a reasonable rate. Guests can look forward to a relaxing stay and heartfelt service from the friendly staff. All rooms are non-smoking.
How to get there?
From Gifu Station (JR Tokaido Line): Central-North Exit: About 3 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway at Gifu-Kakamigahara IC and continue along Routes 21 and 157 for about 20 minutes (12 km).
Shinmei Onsen Yumoto Sugishima
Hidden at the foot of the mountains in the Okumino region is this secluded hot spring retreat. This small inn occupies a historical private home built 160 years ago. The main building was relocated from the Echigo region and remodeled to meet modern tastes. This property features 12 Japanese/Western-style guestrooms, reconstructed from traditional storehouses, complete with open-air baths. Each guestroom is decorated with a unique mountain village style interior and fitted with a sunken hearth.

Guests at this hotel can look forward to irori cuisine kaiseki course cooked over the open flames of a traditional sunken hearth in the comfort of a private dining room. The dinner menu includes a selection of exquisitely prepared dishes made with local and seasonal ingredients such as red spotted masu trout, Iwana mountain trout, ayu sweetfish, and Okumino region's rainbow trout raised on the crystal clear waters of the Itadori River, mountain vegetables, mushrooms and various other mountain delicacies. The breakfast menu will also consist of an irori style meal served in the comfort of a private dining room.

Enjoy a relaxing hot spring bath at one of the 6 various baths sourced from natural spring water or 2 open-air baths this inn has to offer. The peaceful sound of rushing water will sooth both body and soul. Enjoy gazing at a breathtaking scenery of a sky full of stars from the open-air bath crafted with 400 year old Japanese umbrella-pine. You are sure to enjoy an unforgettable experience here. The open-air baths are situated overlooking the Itadori River and offer guests a unique way to take in the beautiful surrounding seasonal scenery.
How to get there?
From Nagoya: Take the JR Tokaido Main Line Special Rapid Service from JR Nagoya Station and get off at JR Gifu Station.
From Takayama: Take the JR Hida Limited Express from JR Takayama Station and get off at JR Gifu Station.
From Gero: Take the JR Hida Limited Express from JR Gero Station and get off at JR Gifu Station.
From JR Gifu Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Gifu Bus bound for Itadori-Kadohara from the Gifu-Ekimae Bus Terminal (Itadori Route) and get off at Itadori-Swiss-mura (approx. 120 min). It takes about 1 min from there on foot.
Hotakaso Sanganoyu
Standing quietly in the center of an out-of-the-way hot spring resort, this inn offers a rustic rock bath and open-air bath in addition to the large bath. The view of the North Alps from the inn is truly spectacular.

Baths:
Men's and women's spacious large communal baths and open-air baths are available for guests' enjoyment! Saunas are equipped as well.
This location also features a female-only stone spa, 8 private reservable open-air baths, and 2 private reservable open-air baths with attached stone spa.
Enjoy the hot spring water drawn straight from the source in the large communal baths. Why not relax body and mind in the plentiful waters and calming atmosphere found here.
Kick back in Oku-Hida and enjoy the natural hot springs, continuously replenished from the source.

Other:
-Private reservable baths (additional charges apply) *Please apply at check in.
-Private reservable baths (8 available) (JPY 2,000+tax/60 min)
-Private reservable baths with attached stone spas (2 available) (JPY 3,000+tax/120 min)
-Female-only stone spa: JPY 1,000+tax/60 min
How to get there?
From JR Takayama Station: 60 min by bus.
From Shinhotaka Ropeway: About 20 min by car.

Just 3 min on foot to Hirayu Onsen Bus Terminal!
Many of Japan's famous sightseeing spots can be accessed by route bus from here, including Kamikochi, Mt. Norikura, Shinhotaka Ropeway, Hida-Takayama, and more.
Hotel Route-Inn Nakatsugawa Inter
This hotel offers a complimentary Japanese and Western-style breakfast buffet, as well as an artificial hot spring bath and a relaxation room to help guests melt away the weariness of travel.
How to get there?
From Nakatsugawa Station (JR Chuo Main Line): 8 min by taxi
Hotel Route-Inn Gifuhashima Ekimae
Just a minute's walk from Gifu-Hashima Station on the Tokaido Shinkansen (bullet train line), this hotel's convenient access makes it great for business trips and sightseeing alike. Guests can melt away the weariness of travel in the communal baths on the top floor.
How to get there?
From Gifu-Hashima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen) North Exit: about 1 minute on foot.
Bosenkan
This historic hot spring ryokan was founded in 1818. Guests can experience hot spring culture, Japanese cuisine culture, banquet culture, and Japanese garden culture, as well as Japanese ryokan culture rather freely. Wear a yukata and experience Japanese culture.

[Hot Spring Culture]
As a well-known hot spring that ranks with Kusatsu and Arima, this locale has a hot spring quality that has led to it being known as one of the top 3 in Japan. The large communal baths' open-air baths are open 24 hours a day, and guests can enjoy the seasonal scenery of Hida River and the majestic mountains while having a soak. Additionally, the private open-air baths are also available for JPY 2,000 (tax not included) for 45 minutes per room (requires a reservation on the day at the front desk). The cypress bath was refurbished in June 2019.

[Japanese Cuisine Culture]
The seasonal kaiseki course meals and Hida beef cuisine are recommended for guests' meals. The menu changes each season and is known for featuring a variety of arrangements. Enjoy luxurious, seasonal ingredients.

[Japanese Garden Culture]
There is a magnificent 3,636 square meter Japanese garden. There is also a lake with Japanese carp swimming around. There are also spots where pictures can be taken, so please take a stroll around.

[Bosenkan Recommendations]
There is a free shuttle bus from Gero Station to Bosenkan. Corresponds to limited express trains arriving between 13:00 and 18:00. Please make use of it.
- International staff will welcome guests at the front desk. There are 3 staff members that can speak English. (2 Chinese-speaking staff members, 1 Korean-speaking staff member) Please note that there are times when multilingual staff are not present.
- All guestrooms are equipped with Wi-Fi.

There are a total of 4 guestroom types: guestrooms with open-air baths, Western-style rooms with an Asian accent, private guest residences, and Japanese-style rooms.
Meals are served at the dining hall. The lodging features the "Horai" Japanese cuisine dining room and "Snack Taiun" where guests can enjoy alcoholic drinks. (*Hours: 20:00 - 23:00) In the morning the coffee shop will also be usable. (Hours: 7:15 - 10:30; Coffee - JPY 450)
It is just 10 minutes on foot to the heart of Gero Onsen and just 30 minutes on foot to Gero Onsen Gassho-mura, an area that has reproduced the unspoilt scenery of Japan. From Gero Station to Takayama it is about 50 minutes by via limited express train and 60 minutes by car. It is 90 minutes by car to Shirakawago.
How to get there?
From Gero Station: 15 min on foot or 5 min by taxi. Corresponds to limited express trains arriving between 13:00 and 18:00. Just outside the ticket gate, there will be a driver standing with a Bosenkan placard, so please speak to them.

[From Tokyo Area]
From Tokyo Station: Take the JR Tokaido Main Line or Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station, change to the JR Takayama Main Line, and take a Wide View Hida train (bound for Takayama) to Gero Station.
From Tokyo Station: Take the Nagano Shinkansen or Hokuriku Shinkansen to Toyama Station, change to the JR Takayama Main Line, and take a Wide View Hida train (bound for Nagoya) to Gero Station.

[From Nagoya Area]
From Nagoya Station: Take a Wide View Hida train on the JR Takayama Main Line to Gero Station.

[From Osaka Area]
From Osaka Station/Kyoto Station: Take the JR Tokaido Main Line or Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station, change to the JR Takayama Main Line, and take a Wide View Hida train (bound for Takayama) to Gero Station.
From Osaka Station: Take the JR Tokaido Main Line or Takayama Main Line to Gero Station.
Hotel Resol Gifu
Only a 3-minute walk from JR Gifu Station. The large windowed and high ceiling guest rooms are fully equipped with a hi-tech Japanese toilet.
How to get there?
[By Train]
From JR Nagoya Station: 20 minutes by the special rapid service train to JR Gifu Station. 5 minutes on foot from there.
From Chubu Centrair International Airport: 60 minutes.

[By Car]
From Gifu-kakamigahara IC: 20 minutes via Route 21.
To Kinkazan Ropewy / Gifu Park: 10 minutes by car.
To Bairin Park: 5 minutes by car.
Relax Hostel Takayama Station
This guesthouse was opened in October 2017, and is the closest accommodation to JR Takayama Station, the gateway to Hida-Takayama.
Just a 1-minute walk from JR Takayama Station. As the lodging is just 1 minute on foot from the Takayama Nohi Bus Center, it is also convenient as a base for sightseeing around Takayama City, as well as sightseeing at Hida Folk Village, World Heritage Site Shirakawago, and Hida City.

It is 7 minutes on foot to Takayama’s historic Old Town along Sanmachi-dori, Takayama Jinya, the Jinya Morning Market, and the Miyagawa Morning Market. It is 15 minutes on foot to the Higashiyama Walking Course where guests can tour around cultural properties of Takayama.

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the lodging.
The lodging has a total of 80 beds, including single beds (wide and standard type), double beds, bunk beds, and more.
IC cards are used to enter rooms, so the lodging has very good security, making it a safe choice for women traveling on their own.
Use of security boxes and rental of bath towels is offered free of charge.
From 7:00 to 9:00 in the shared kitchen, there is a light, self-service breakfast of bread and soup provided free of charge.

The 2nd floor is equipped with a shared lounge and kitchen. The shared lounge has a 65-inch TV, a Japanese sake bar, and a computer corner. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, toaster, refrigerator, electric kettle, and cooking utensils, so guests can cook freely.
There are shower rooms and toilets available (3rd floor for women, 4th floor for men). The shower rooms have body soap, shampoo, and conditioner.
Coin-operated washers and dryers are available in the 3rd and 4th floor laundry rooms.
Use of parking lots is free. There are 2 reservation lots nearby within a 10-minute walk, allowing for up to 20 vehicles total (first come, first served).
How to get there?
[From Tokyo]
From Tokyo Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 4 hr 10 min.
From Tokyo Station (2): Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Nagoya and get off at Takayama Station. It is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 4 hr 45 min.
By bus: Take a Shinjuku - Takayama Line expressway bus from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal to Takayama Nohi Bus Center, and it is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 5 hr 30 min.

[From Nagoya]
From Nagoya Station: Take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 2 hr 30 min.
By bus: Take a JR highway bus from the Nagoya Eki Taikodori-guchi bus stop or a Meitetsu bus from Meitetsu Bus Center to Takayama Nohi Bus Center and it is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 2 hr 30 min.

[From Kyoto/Osaka]
From Kyoto/Osaka Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 3 hr 10 min.
From Kyoto/Osaka Station (2): Take the JR Tokaido Main Line/Takayama Main Line to Takayama Station. It is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 4 hr 30 min.
By bus: Take a Osaka/Kyoto - Gujo Hachiman/Hida Takaya line expressway bus from the Osaka Ekimae bus stop or Kyoto Station bus stop to Takayama Nohi Bus Center and it is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 5 hr 20 min.

[From Kanazawa]
From Kanazawa Station: Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen or Ainokaze Toyama Railway to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 3 hr.
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Yukai Resort: Gero Saichoraku Bekkan
Offering one low rate year-round, guests here can look forward to the breakfast and dinner buffets, as well as a range of entertainment facilities like karaoke and a manga library.
Wi-Fi Internet access available in all guestrooms.

[Gero Onsen]
The Gero hot springs have a pH level of 9.18, classified as alkaline, resulting in a beautifying, natural soap effect on the skin. The waters are especially very popular with women from all around the country.

[About Gero Saichoraku Bekkan (annex)]
- Dinner: Buffet
- Breakfast: Buffet
- Free entetainment facilities
- Late 12:00 check-out
- Enjoy facilites at Gero Saichoraku Honkan (main building). Double the fun!

[Meals]
Dinner: Buffet with a variety of dishes
Breakfast: Buffet with a variety of dishes

[Free Facility]
Table tennis, Internet and comic corner, karaoke
*Karaoke room free of charge until 19:00. Available at an additional charge after 19:00.
How to get there?
From Chubu Centrair International Airport: About 2 hr 40 min by rental car.
From Gero Station (JR Takayama Main Line): About 20 min on foot; about 5 min by regular route bus (free, no reservation required).
There is also a direct bus from the South Exit of JR Shin-Osaka Station, the Hachijo Side of JR Kyoto Station, and Taiko-dori Side of JR Nagoya Station (fee & reservation required). For details please inquire with the lodging directly.
Ogaki Forum Hotel
This hotel is befitting to the water capital, as there is a small stream flowing in front of the hotel's entrance, a gushing fountain in the hotel's garden, and waterfall in the hotel lounge. These facilities were constructed using natural stones, a local specialty of Ogaki.
How to get there?
From Ogaki Station (JR Tokaido Line), South Exit: about 10 min by taxi
Yoro-Onsen Yusen-no-Sato Hotel Nadeshiko
Reminiscent of a European town, this hot spring resort welcomes guests with the utmost hospitality, promising a relaxing, private vacation.
How to get there?
From Ogaki Station (JR Tokaido Main Line): Approx. 20 minutes by taxi; Take the Yoro Railway train bound for Kuwana and alight at Mino-Takada Station. Approx. 3 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Meishin Expressway at Ogaki IC and continue along Route 258 for about 20 minutes (9 km).
Hidatakayama Futari-Shizuka Hakuun
Located on high ground at the gateway to Shiroyama Park, to the east of Takayama. This cozy inn stands on a hilltop, offering sweeping views of the Japan Alps. Look forward to a breathtaking scenery of Takayama. On clear days, you can see as far as Kaga Hakusan.

Free Wi-Fi connection is available in the entire hotel. JR Takayama Station is a 5-minute drive from the hotel. A free shuttle runs between the hotel and the station between 15:00 and 18:00. Female guests can look forward to wearing colorful yukata (rental fee required).

On site is an indoor bath with a wooden tub where the delicate scent of cypress drifts in the air, and a large open-air bath with a cypress tub from where a panoramic view of Takayama can be admired. There is also a reservable open-air bath which may be used in a private session (additional fee required).

Tatami-floored rooms are equipped with an air conditioning unit, flat-screen TV, fridge, green tea maker, and hair dryer, and has a private bathroom. Futon bedding is provided. A reservable private open-air bath (additional fee required), shop, and drink vending machine can be found in the hotel.

Look forward to having Takayama's traditional kaiseki course meal for dinner featuring Hida beef, and a Japanese set meal for breakfast.
A hotel staff will serve the dishes at dinner in the guest room. Breakfast is served at the dining room.

From the hotel, the historic streets of Takayama and morning market are 5 minutes on foot, the Hida Takayama Museum of Art is 10 minutes by car, and Shirakawago is about 50 minutes by bus.
How to get there?
[From Tokyo]
From Tokyo Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.
From Tokyo Station (2): Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.

[From Nagoya]
From Nagoya Station: Take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.

[From Osaka]
From Osaka Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.
From Osaka Station (2): Take the JR Tokaido Main Line/Takayama Main Line to Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.

[From Kanazawa]
From Kanazawa Station: Take the Ainokaze Toyama Railway to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.
Okada Ryokan
Enjoy beautiful natural scenery and a variety of natural hot springs at this mountain retreat located in the Chubu-Sangaku National Park. Guests at this hotel can look forward to relaxing natural hot spring open-air baths and large shared baths.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): Take a Nohi Bus bound for Shinhotaka Ropeway and get off at the Hirayu Bus Terminal (about 50 min). It is about 5 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chubu Jukan Expressway at Takayama IC and continue along Route 158 for about 36 km (about 40 min).

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