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This tour covers two must-go places, Takayama and Shirakawago.
In Takayama, you can enjoy its well-preserved traditional streets lined with old merchant shops and sake breweries.
Takayama Jinya：Because of its valuable timber resources, the Hida Region around Takayama was put under direct control of the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1692.
The Takayama Jinya served as the local government office headed by the officials dispatched from Edo (present day Tokyo).
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As well as its banks and hotels, Fushimi has a good collection of museums including the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Money Museum (now re-located to near Amagasaka Station on the Meitetsu-Seto Line), the Electricity Museum and in Shirakawa Park, south of Fushimi subway station, the Nagoya City Science Museum and Nagoya City Art Museum.
On the second and third floor, various tools for sake making and silkworm raising and necessities for living in the heavy snowfall village are displayed.
◆Takayama Takayama is a city in the mountainous Hida region of Gifu city still retains a traditional atmosphere, especially in its beautifully preserved old town where wooden buildings from the Edo Period are still used as houses and shops as well as the Takayama Festival and its floats.
You also visit Shirakawago,a UNESCO World Heritage site, is famous for A-shaped traditional farmhouses.
You can learn the culture and life of people dating back to more than two hundred years.