Flower Park Konan in Kiso Sansen National Government Park (Konan Kaki Botanical Park) opened on October 5, 2007 with an opening ceremony, as a "real-life theme park" and "river and greenery preservation type park" that encourages resident participation and involvement.
Located in Gifu Park at the base of Mount Kinka, it is in the heart of Gifu City's sightseeing area.The museum primarily focuses on the history and traditional crafts of the surrounding area and includes a recreation of a Warring States Period free market that was created by Oda Nobunaga, a leading feudal lord of the 16th century, as well as many hands-on exhibits.
The Gifu City Science Museum (岐阜市科学館, Gifu-shi Kagakukan) is a city-supported museum in Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. It was built in 1955 and was moved to its present location and renamed the Gifu City Children’s Science Center in 1980. When the planetarium was added in 1988, the name was again changed to the Gifu City Science Museum.
Gifu City Tower 43 (岐阜シティ・タワー43) is a multipurpose skyscraper built in the Hashimoto-chō section in the capital city of Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Officially opened on October 13, 2007, Gifu City Tower 43 is the tallest building in Gifu Prefecture, with its 43 above-ground floors reaching to a height of 163 m (535 ft).
Inaba Shrine is a Shinto shrine located at the base of Mount Kinka in Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Originally, its name was written 稲葉神社, which is pronounced the same way. It is the main shrine that is celebrated by the city of Gifu in its annual Gifu Festival on the first Saturday of each April.
Japan is famous for it’s many animal attractions, such as it’s many dog and cat cafes around the country, however one animal spot that’s not so well known is the Squirrel village in Gifu! It’s pretty easy to find as it’s just outside the entrance to the upper station of Mount Kinka’s ...
Kogane Shrine (金神社, Kogane Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in the city of Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. First built in 135, it has long been considered a place to pray for financial blessings. Because it is located near the city center, approximately 150,000 worshippers visit the shrine over the three-day New Year's period.
Myojorin-ji Temple. This temple is located near the top of Mt. Kinsho near Ogaki, Gifu Prefecture. You can observe the Nobeya Plain from a height of 217 m. The temple has a lot of objects that are considered as Important Cultural Properties and the Heian Period wooden Jizo Statue is listed as a National Treasure.
Mt. Kinka (金華山, Kinka-zan), also known as Kinkazan, is located in the heart of the city of Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan, and rises to a height of 329 m (1,079 ft). Previously called Mt. Inaba (稲葉山 Inaba-yama), it has long served as the representative symbol of Gifu.
Mt. Kinka Ropeway Mt. Kinka (金華山, Kinka-zan), also known as Kinkazan, is located in the heart of the city of Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan, and rises to a height of 329 m (1,079 ft). Previously called Mt. Inaba (稲葉山 Inaba-yama), it has long served as the representative symbol of Gifu.
Sanno Gongen (Sannō) 山王権現, the Monkey Avatar of the Tendai sect and guardian deity of Mt. Hiei 日吉山. Monkeys are patrons of harmonious marriage and safe childbirth at some of the 3,800 Hiei Jinja 日吉神社 shrines in Japan. These shrines are often dedicated to Sannō Gongen 山王権現 (lit. = mountain king avatar), who is a monkey.
Gifu Prefectural Art Museum The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu (岐阜県美術館, Gifu-ken Bijutsukan) is art museum located in the city of Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. The focus of the museum is on art and artists related to Gifu Prefecture, but the museum also collects pieces from other places in Japan and overseas.
Nagaragawa Convention Center is an Exhibition & Convention Centre located in Gifu,Japan.Top Organizers hosting events at Nagaragawa Convention Center include European Society Of Veterinary Ophthalmology,Institute of Development Studies Library and more.Events being organized at the venue are of Automotive,Minerals, Metals & Ores,Business Services etc. industries.Nagaragawa Convention Center is best suited for events such as Trade Fairs,Exhibitions and Tradeshows etc.
The Nawa Insect Museum is a museum in the city of Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by the Nawa Insect Research Center.HistoryYasushi Nawa, the man who discovered the Gifu Butterfly and is known as "The Insect Man," opened the Nawa Insect Research Center in April 1896.
"Oya Tagami front garden of a shrine" getting off is approximately 30 minutes on foot from Shingifu bus terminal for Gifu bus high beauty line approximately one hour ten minutes Traffic instructions [traffic instructions] because width is narrow in front of Shinto shrine, is large car approach attention.
About Sunomata single night castle Sunomata single night castle to be informed when Tokichiro Kinoshita (nochino Hideyoshi Toyotomi) built overnight in 1566 (Eiroku 9). On the site of castle, castle (history museum) was opened not castle such as fort at the time in April, 1991 in Sunomata single night when we fixed appearance of castle castle tower.