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Gifu Seiryu Satoyama Park

This urban park was created in the image of a satoyama where people and nature coexist in harmony.

Park

The "Gifu Seiryu Satoyama Park" (operated by the SIDAX Group) was designed in the image of a satoyama (urban area near woodlands) where people and nature coexist in harmony, and visitors can enjoy a nostalgic atmosphere. In the park, there is a relocated wooden elementary school, terraced rice paddies, tea fields, and houses with thatched roofs, where you can feel the nature and culture of the satoyama close at hand.

There are also seasonal flower fields such as cosmos, rape blossoms, and sunflowers, the “Satoyama Fureai Farm” where you can ride a draw horse and feed goats and sheep, and the Adventure Park where you can enjoy a zip line 333 meters long, the longest in the Chukyo Area.

There are also a variety of gourmet restaurants where you can fully enjoy the local ingredients. Hida beef, Bono pork, and other delicacies that can only be found in Gifu Prefecture are sure to please.
After a day of fun in the park, I recommend taking a dip in the open-air bath at "Satoyama no Yu" to relax and unwind.

Highlights

  • The park has a nostalgic atmosphere of a satoyama.
  • Activities such as zip lines and playground equipment such as grass slides can be enjoyed.
  • You can enjoy viewing seasonal flower gardens and interacting with cute animals.
  • You can enjoy gourmet food made with ingredients unique to Gifu, such as Hida beef and Bono pork.
  • At the end of the day, a soak in an open-air bath is recommended.

Photos

  • At the entrance of the park, there is a large tree playground equipment that resembles a Gifu Wagasa (Japanese umbrella)

    At the entrance of the park, there is a large tree playground equipment that resembles a Gifu Wagasa (Japanese umbrella)

  • Flowers bloom from season to season

    Flowers bloom from season to season

  • The “Kaiko House” is an exhibition about olden day life and customs

    The “Kaiko House” is an exhibition about olden day life and customs

  • The "Yamabiko School" is a relocated wooden school building built in the Meiji era.

    The "Yamabiko School" is a relocated wooden school building built in the Meiji era.

  • You can also enjoy feeding the animals.

    You can also enjoy feeding the animals.

  • The Satoyama no Yu (Hot Spring of Satoyama) offers an open-air bath with a sense of freedom.

    The Satoyama no Yu (Hot Spring of Satoyama) offers an open-air bath with a sense of freedom.

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Details

Name in Japanese
ぎふ清流里山公園
Postal Code
505-0003
Address
2292-1 Yamanoue Cho, Minokamo City, Gifu
Tel
0574-23-0066
Admission
Free
*There is a separate fee for each facility in the park.
Regular Closures
None (Closed on Wednesdays from December to February)
Open Hours
9:00am-5:00pm (From December to February, the park opens at 10:00)
Access
About 10 minutes by bus or cab from JR Mino-Ota station.
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)