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.
Haritsuna Shrine held a festival in 1635, which has now become the famous, and National Significant Intangible Gold Cultural Asset called the Inuyama Festival. Today the Inuyama Festival features 13 three layer floats which are close to 8m high and at night time each features 365 Japanese lanterns.
The Hida-Kisogawa Quasi-National Park (飛騨木曽川国定公園, Hida Kisogawa Kokutei Kōen) is a quasi-national park in Japan. The park covers the Hida River from Gero to Minokamo in Gifu Prefecture; it also covers the middle reaches of the Kiso River from Mizunami, Gifu Prefecture, to Inuyama, Aichi Prefecture.
What is Inuyama City Cultural Museum, Karakuri Tenji-kan. Inuyama City Cultural Museum is the annex of Inuyamashi Bunka Shiryokan (Inuyama City Cultural Assets Museum). It is close to Inuyama Castle and is an easily accessible stop if you are near the castle.
If you are looking to discover Nagoya, Japan, leave plenty of time for sightseeing tours - you wouldn't want to miss out on top attractions like Kokuei Kisosansen Park! And before you go, make sure to read Expedia's Kokuei Kisosansen Park sightseeing & tourist guide, filled with all you need to know for the best Kokuei Kisosansen Park experience possible.
"Oasis park" is facility in leisure in "river environment paradise" consisting of state-run park (state-run Mikawa, Kiso park), park (world freshwater fish garden) managed by Gifu, natural symbiosis research center, waterside symbiosis experience hall, Gifu river environmental laboratory, Kawashima PA of Tokai Hokuriku Expressway and highway oases.
Ame-no-tajikaro is believed to be a god of sports and physical power, and is enshrined at shrines associated with Ise Grand Shrine such as Togakushi Shrine (戸隠神社), Sano Shrine (佐那神社), Shiroi Shrine (白井神社), Oyama Shrine (雄山神社), Tejikarao Shrine (手力雄神社) (Gifu), Tejikarao Shrine (手力雄神社) (Kakamigahara), Toake Shrine (戸明神社), and Ame-no-ta-nagao Shrine (天手長男神社).
Kakamigahara (各務原市, Kakamigahara-shi) is a city located in southern Gifu Prefecture. As of 1 December 2017, the city had an estimated population of 148,088, and a population density of 1700 persons per km 2, in 58,818 households.