Tag Archives: JP – Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama

Taking a shower; Japan Today

The thatched roofs of “gassho-zukuri” (traditional farmhouses) are doused with water on Sunday, during an annual fire drill in Shirakawa, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Gifu Prefecture.

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11 Best Cities in Japan; Diana Bocco; PlanetWare

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47 Tourist Attractions in Japan’s 47 Prefectures; Tsunagu Japan

Japan consist of islands stretched across north and south. And thanks to such geographical trait and difference in climate, each prefecture has its own unique features. Tsunagu Japan has selected one must-see tourist attraction for each and every prefecture.

Source: 47 Tourist Attractions in Japan’s 47 Prefectures

Shirakawa-Go Travel Guide 2019 with Itinerary, Tours, How To Get There and Travel Tips; Mervz; Pinoy Adventurista

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Shirakawa-go – Ogimachi, Japan; Tervas; Waymarking

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A Traditional Japanese Village Untouched By Time; Atlas Obscura

This isolated mountain village showcases unique and stunning traditional architecture.

Source: A Traditional Japanese Village Untouched By Time

This Japanese village looks like Narnia and you need to visit; CtoI

Nestled in the Japanese alps is this picture-perfect town Shirakawa-go that looks like Narnia in real life.

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Around the World: Shirakawa-go and Gokayama, Japan; Lomography

Lomographer Bernard Ang takes us to the snowy villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama in Japan.

Source: Lomography – Around the World: Shirakawa-go and Gokayama, Japan

6D5N Takayama-Hokuriku Experience Itinerary – Shirakawa-go; KampungBoyCityGal

Japan – Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama

Source: 6D5N Takayama-Hokuriku Experience Itinerary – Shirakawa-go – KAMPUNGBOYCITYGAL

A Look Into Shirakawa-go, Japan’s Winter Wonderland; Beatrice Tan; Tripzilla

Japan – Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama

With a view like this, the cold will definitely not bother you in any way.

Source: A Look Into Shirakawa-go, Japan’s Winter Wonderland