SPOT ＆ EVENT INFORMATION
Naegi Castle Ruins
The ruins of Yamashiro towering on the north bank of the Kiso River that flows through the city of Nakatsugawa from east to west. It was built by Naoto Toyama in around 1532, and until the abandoned castle in 1871, it was the residence of Toyama's twelve generations. If you are lucky, you can see the fantastic view of the sea of clouds from autumn to early morning in winter, where temperatures vary.
A clear stream called the Aokawa, which is a source of the Tsukechi River, a tributary of the Kiso River, has been selected as one of the 50 best waters in Gifu Prefecture. There are many waterfalls, large and small, and there are promenades. There is an onpoi-no-yu at Tsukechikyo Onsen near by. (admission fee is 600 yen for adults)
A natural park that extends along the Kawakami River. There are five waterfalls such as Ryujin Falls and Copper Hole Falls, and it is full of camping and river play from spring to summer, and it is dyed in autumn leaves. The trout fishing area open from early April to early November, can be enjoyed by families. (2200 yen per person)
A plateau with an altitude of 1739m at the southern end of the Central Alps at the border between Nakatsugawa City and Achi Village in Nagano Prefecture. At an altitude of 1400m, there is a plateau resort, Heavens Sohara. Use the ropeway (2200 yen for adults, 1100 yen for junior high school students) from the middle of the mountain.
A playhouse built in 1894 by residents of Kagomo Village. It is designated as an important tangible ethnic cultural property in Gifu Prefecture. Every year in September, there is a performance by the Kaneko Kabuki Preservation Society. Free admission. Paid guide from 500 yen.