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■Hirayu-Otaki Keppyo Festival

 

The Hirayu Onsen area is home to famous Hirayu Otaki Grand Waterfall, which is listed as one of Japan’s top 100 waterfalls. In winter, this huge waterfall, measuring 64 m in height and 6 m in width, is frozen by the harsh cold of winter, creating a truly magnificent scene. The frozen waterfall is magically lit up at night. During the event period, a lively fair is held in the area and is attended by many visitors.

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■Coupon magazine “Okuhida-no-Tatsujin (Okuhida Exparts) Part 12” now available.

 

This is a great coupon magazine where you can receive discounts and privilege services at 26 affiliated stores including Okuhida-Onsengo Town and surrounding tourist facilities, shops, eating and drinking establishments.
Besides, there are plenty of information of each hot spring resort on the seasonal events, tourist facilities, and maps.

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■冬イベント紹介サイト『奥飛騨冬物語』!

 

奥飛騨温泉郷の各温泉地では、冬期イベントが順次開催予定♪

冬期ならでは幻想的な風景が広がり、様々な催し物が開催されますよ!

皆様のご来場をお待ちしています(^^)/

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■Nakao Kamakura Festival

 

"Kamakura" of various sizes have appeared on the grounds of Hakusan Shrine in Shinhotaka Onsen and Nakao Kogen. You can enjoy the mystical precincts surrounded by trees and the fantastic atmosphere lit by lights. Adults and children alike can relax and enjoy the world unique to winter.

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■Horatani yuki-sakura illumination

 

The snowy landscape of Tochio Onsen "Horaya" is brightly lit up with LED lights. It's like looking at cherry blossoms in full bloom.
Enjoy the fantastic scenery unique to winter.

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■Aodaru illumination

 

Within the mountains of the Fukuji Onsen area stands the “Fukuji Wall” rock face. As water seeps from the rock face it freezes into columns of blue ice, known as Aodaru.
These columns of blue ice are recreated in the hot spring town.
In daytime the columns are a beautiful clear blue, and at night they are lit up to create an even more magical scene.
From early to mid February you can enjoy special events such as the “Ice Path Light-up”, that allows you to walk behind the Aodaru, and demonstrations of the local performing art of the Hembetori lion dance.

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