SNS posting Campaign
You can take home Hida Takayama's folk art, such as "Sarubobo", by posting your pleasant memories of Hida Takayama to SNS!
<How to participate>
Just post your memorable scenes of your experiences in Hida Takayama to your own SNS.
Please do not forget the hashtag (#hidatakayama)!
Please enter the posted SNS screen to the person in charge at one of the exchange offices as listed.
One Sarubobo will be available for each person.
April 1 - December 20, 2020
- Business Hours
Please check the business hour of each exchange office
1 <Hida Takayama Tourist Information Office>
5-51 Hanasato-machi, Takayama
Hours 8: 30-18: 30
2 <Nakabashi Bridge Tourist Information Office>
1-2 Honmachi, Takayama
Hours 9: 00-18: 00
3 <Hida Takayama (Machikado) Tourist Information Office>
44 Kami-sannomachi, Takayama
Hours 10: 00-16: 00
4 <Takayama Museum of History and Art>
35-1 Kami-ichinomachi, Takayama
Hours 9: 00-18: 00
5 <Takayama Youth Activities Office “Mura-han”>
6 Shimo-ninomachi, Takayama Hours 10: 00-21: 00
* Starting from April 12, 2020
6 <Hirayu Bus Terminal>
628 Okuhida Onsengo-Hirayu, Takayama
Hours 8: 30-16: 30
7 <Shin Hotaka Center>
710-9 Okuhida Onsengo-Kansaka, Takayama Hours 10: 00-17: 00
8 <Shin Hotaka Ropeway>
710 Okuhida Onsengo-Kansaka, Takayama
Hours 8: 30-16: 00
* Ending on May 26, 2020
Na-arai (vegetable washing) and preparation of pickles
Na-arai for the preparation of pickles such as pickled Chinese cabbage as a preserved food for the long winter in the Hida region is rarely seen in urban areas nowadays, but this is a rural scene which used to be often found late in autumn in Hida Takayama.
New Soba Festival of Hida Shokawa
At this time of harvesting soba (buckwheat), you can see new style of cooking soba noodle, experience soba noodle making, watch masters make soba noodle, and also taste noodle just handmade of newly-ground soba flour with just-fried topping, free of charge.
From late September to early October
Local produce festival where mochi (sticky rice cakes) made of ancient heirloom rice and Sukuna pumpkin are a popular treat and where a variety of exhibitions can be enjoyed.