Accommodation in Takayama, Gifu: Auberge Hida no Mori (B&B)


Hi there, it’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to share about an accommodation in Takayama, Gifu where we stayed at.

Accommodation in Takayama, Gifu: Auberge Hida no Mori (B&B)


This is Hida no Mori (Forest of Hida). Looks really nice, doesn’t it? It offers free pick-up at the JR Takayama Station. (It’s a little far for accessing on foot.) You could also have a ride on the way back. Since Takayama is small and this place is quite popular, early booking would be recommended.



3349-1 Shingumachi, Takayama, Gifu


Common Room

It has got such a cozy common room with fire place (used in winter). FYI, bathroom is shared with other guests. A very nice one with bath tab. It’s a shame I couldn’t take a photo.





Sorry for the mess. I swear it was very tidy! (hehe)



It was one of the fanciest breakfasts I’ve ever had . Feels like a good start for the day. It was minestrone soup (with half-cooked egg on top), bread, orange juice, and yogurt after.



Booking Information

Please check more details including rates from the link below.
Auberge Hida no Mori (B&B)

Enjoy your stay!

Drive on Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road

Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road

Hello world. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. If you remember we’ve previously traveled to Shirakawago. We happened to visit this place once again but this time from Kanazawa through the mountain road called Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road.

Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road


We drove down to the entrance of Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road.


1,400 yen for our car (for more info, refer a link at the end of this post). Now our adventure begins!

Entrance of Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road

Great Views

It isn’t white at all in summer, however mountains in green looks so nice.



We were super dehydrated, wanted anything cool so bad. Got off the car and headed to the waterfalls but DAMN it was such a long way to go!

Finally got to the falls. It was amazingly cool and took all heat from my body. I could stay all day soaking my feet (wish I had my swim wear!). Totally cooled down!

Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road

On the way back though it was long enough to get the sweat back again!(killer)




Alright. After driving another hour or so we got to Shirakawa-go. Turns out, many people still visit this place in summer!

Shirakawa-mura, Ono-gun, Gifu


The main parking costs 1,000 for a day for a regular car.

Entrance for the houses in the area costs 300 each but it’s up to you.


See the difference? (please refer our trip to Shirakawa-go in winter)



Driving on the other side of the mountain was quite different and we encountered unexpected discoveries. I bet it would be even better in winter (and tougher with snow). Hope we will have another opportunity to visit there again.

See you around!