Takayama’s main sightseeing spots such as the old town and Miyagawa morning market are within walking distance of Seiryu Hotel. There are many attractive sights nearby such as the World Heritage Site at Shirakawago and the Shinhotaka Ropeway.
A mountain ropeway that links Shinhotaka onsen spa and Sengokudaira. It boasts a magnificent view of the Northern Alps from Shinhotaka and it is the largest-scale ropeway in the East and the second largest in the world. How about a walk in the clouds of the Northern Alps through the seasons?
Known as Hida’s Little Kyoto, Takayama is famous for the Takayama Festival which is one of Japan’s three most beautiful festivals and the morning market, which bustles with the energy of producers selling local vegetables and folk crafts directly to the public. How about stroll through the old town where you can enjoy the atmosphere of the Edo Period with rickshaws and sake breweries and try out some local delicacies such as Hida beef skewers and mitarashidango (rice dumpling skewers).
Hida Takayama is very handy for a trip to the World Heritage Site at Shirakawago. Due to the opening of the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway in 2008, travel time has been reduced dramatically and it now only takes around 40 minutes. Shirakawago is blessed with an extensive landscape including traditional Japanese architecture with steep thatched roofs and during the winter it is illuminated to produce a fairytale-like atmosphere.
Enjoy even more delicious Hida beef…
This hotel specializes in Hida beef cuisine and has continued to be chosen by many guests who come here in search of this nationally famous brand of beef.
Enjoy 5 different baths to your heart’s content! The most popular are the natural onsen spa large public bath and the outdoor viewing bath. The luxury of enjoying 2 onsen spas and a total of 5 baths on a one night stay is unique to Seiryu Hotel.