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Ryokan in Takayama/ Shirakawago/ Hida/ Gero Onsen, Gifu

Traditional guest house, Japanese hotel / accommodation with private hot spring outdoor bath


Gassho Kanshuku Ootaya

Shirakawago Ryokan


The Minshuku (Japanese style Bed and Breakfasts) is situated near the river in Ogimachi which was declared World Cultural and Heritage Site in 1995. This farmhouse was built more than 100 years ago. It is designed in the style of Gassho-zukuri with the Japanese thatched-roof. There are 5 Tatami-style rooms. There is Irori in the Dining room. Irori is Japanese traditional chimney used for heating the room and cooking food. The bath is Hinoki-buro which is made of Japanese cypress.

5min. walk from Hagimachi bus station on Nouhi bus line and Kaetsunou bus line.

Takayama / Shirakawago

Hidatei Hanaougi

Takayama Onsen

Room with private open air bath

This Onsen Ryokan is located in a tranquil area. It's architecture features Japanese timbers such as Zelkova, Cedar. Some guest rooms have a private onsen and an exclusive Japanese garden. Large communal onsen surrounded by nature, chartered family open air onsen, a foot bath are also available. The onsen water gushes from 1200m underground and it's own natural hot spring is a smooth silky texture like a rich beauty serum.

10 minutes by car to Hida Minzoka Mura Folk Village/ Hida no Sato. 40 minutes by car to Shirakawago World Cultural Heritage Site.

7 minutes drive from Takayama Station on JR Takayama Line.

Gero Onsen


Gero Onsen

Room with private open air bath

15 minutes on foot to Gero Onsen Gassho Village (Gassho Mura). 5 minutes on foot to Gerohatsu Onsen Museum. 5 minutes on foot to Onsenji Temple.

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Hot springs / Onsen Tips

The first rule of onsen hot springs etiquette is that swimsuits are not allowed. If the thought of being naked worries you, or for those guests who feel reluctant to bathe in the presence of others, we recommend choosing accommodations with private onsen such as chartered family outdoor baths (reservations required) or guest rooms with open-air baths.

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