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All reviews sake breweries hida beef sushi old town souvenir shops walking street skewers soy sauce traditional shops preserved buildings narrow streets old style great place to wander small area street food rice balls edo period nice walk
This is one place you have to visit. Called the Old Town of Takayama and it has very cute small shops along a 1.5 to 2 km stretch of road. You need to look hard to find small hidden shops with great food and sake....More
The alley is lined with traditional buildings, some of them have been modernised inside. Plenty of shops for souvenirs and food including the renowned Hida beef sushi. There are also a few sake distillery along the alley that are well worth visiting. If you want...More
This place is popular with teenagers. Lots of cafes and desserts to try. Lots of Gift shops . The old buildings are beautiful and well preserved.Gold leaf is predominant I Everything you see.They present gold on food on ice creams ,cakes . ,make up, Don’t...More
It does get busy in this street as it is full of interesting traditional Japanese buildings - a tourist hot spot and get ready with your camera. We were a tour group and struggled keeping the group together in the narrow street. The buildings and...More
We totally enjoyed our 2 days in this area. Great shopping in Sanmachi Suji. Felt like you were actually buying Made in Japan from local vendors. However cash is required. Most beautiful experience. Sake tasty was a good experience st both Sake breweries we visited.
I always avoided the crazy crowds. That is why i visit the festival in takayama old town at autumn season. Spring will definitely make you uncomfortable.
Too crowded and expensive for staying here.
The street is eyegasm 😌😌their vintage store provides you a secondhand kimono...More
It feels me a nostalgic atmosphere even I live in Japan, Takayama is one of the peaceful towns in Gifu.
There are three major Tsuji (street) in central Takayama. After hopping at the Takayama Jinya, this is the nice street to buy a souvenir and...More
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Sounds like a fun trip. Since you are going mid-November, there is a pretty good chance you will encounter snow; so need to keep that in mind. Shirakawago-go is worth half to 3/4 of a day, no more. Assume you'd make this... More
Sounds like a fun trip. Since you are going mid-November, there is a pretty good chance you will encounter snow; so need to keep that in mind. Shirakawago-go is worth half to 3/4 of a day, no more. Assume you'd make this your first visit after arriving in Nagano, so you arrive late afternoon and stay the night. Next is Takayama, which is worth at least a day and a half visit.....probably two nights. Apart from the old streets and Morning Market, make sure to stroll the "temple walk" North of the city center and visit the float exhibition hall. Remember.....snow. Can't help from there.