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Gifu Travel guide
Gifu : Michelin's recommendations
A former stopover on the Nakasendo Highway which joined Edo and Kyoto, Gifu grew up near the castle, south of the Nagara River. Destroyed by an earthquake in 1891 then by the 1945 bombings, sadly, the town has lost much of its heritage. However, it does still have a rich tradition of quality crafts, and in summer attracts crowds of tourists, who flock here to see the cormorant fishing.
Agatamachi 2-5 J - Gifu
Gifu Castle Inn is a minute’s walk from Meitetsu Gifu Station and a 5-minute walk from JR Gifu Station. It offers a restaurant, massage services and western-style rooms with a 22-inch flat-screen TV. The heated guest rooms are fitted with a fridge a..
Motomachi 5-9 J - Gifu
Located 900 metres from JR Gifu Train Station, Toyoko Inn Gifu offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, video-on-demand movies and a bathtub. The lobby has free-use internet terminals with a printer. The simple rooms at Gifu Toyoko Inn are air-conditioned and ..
Kanda 7-7-4 J - Gifu
Conveniently located just a 3-minute walk from Meitetsu Gifu Station, Gifu Washington Hotel Plaza features guest rooms with a flat-screen TV, a fridge and an electric kettle. Free wired internet is also provided in the room. The front desk is open 2..