Hida-Osaka has a wide range of distinctive topographical features, such as a lava flow formed about 54,000 years ago. Why don't you refresh your body and mind by letting your five senses heal in this natural environment?
Onsen (hot springs) in Hida-Osaka are famous as some of the highest natural carbonated springs in Japan. These onsen offer plenty of health benefits, and locals have loved them since the Edo period (1603-1868). Please drink, bathe, eat, and enjoy all of the benefits that Hida-Osaka’s springs have to offer.
The spacious mountaintop of Mt. Ontake stretches for 4 km straight from north to south. While its south side presents a desolate landscape covered with sand and gravel, its north side from the peak of Marishitensanshowcases beautiful land rich in nature, including springs, flowers, and greenery. This area is known as Tougenkyou (Peach Blossom Land).
Hida-Osaka has 216 waterfalls that are taller than 5 meters, and it is known as the town with the most waterfalls in Japan. All year round, you can enjoy unique waterfall walking trails at different levels of difficulty, from easy hiking trails to trails for experienced climbers that require full-body climbing gear.
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