Gero & Minami Hida

Gero & Minami Hida

In the Gero & Minami Hida areas, there are many archaeological sites and spots full of nature such as the "Kanayama Giant Stones" that have been left as they were since the Jomon period and the Neonotaki Falls with roaring water sounds.
The symbol of the Gero area is "Gero Onsen". Hot spring here is characterized by its transparent, mellow water with a faint scent, and is popular with many people as it makes skin smooth and gentle.
You can also explore historical sites such as Zensho-ji Temple, which is said to have been built in the Heian period, and Gyokuryu-ji Temple, which is derived from Japanese samurai Mr. Kanamori.

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