The Last Remaining Home of an Edo Period Governor

The Takayama Jinya was home and office to the regional governor of the area during the Edo Period and was designated a national treasure in 1929 and was in use until 1969. It was restored to its Edo period condition in 1996.

Address 1-5 Hachiken, Takayama, Gifu Prefecture 506-0012
Directions

JR

Route 1
JR Limited Express Wide View Hida (platform 11) from Nagoya station to Takayama. (2h and 40 m)
At Takayama Station, take Norikuraguchi (east) exit and go to Nouhi Bus Center.
Take Machinami Bus(counterclockwise) from Takayama Nouhi Bus Center to Takayama Historical Government House. (8m)

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BUS

Route 2
Take Highway bus (Nouhi, Meitetsu, or JR) at Meitetsu Bus Center (3F, platform 7) to Takayama. (2h and 30m). Go to Nouhi Bus Center after taking Norikuraguchi (east) exit at Takayama station. Take Machinami Bus (counterclockwise) from Takayama Nouhi Bus Center to Takayama Historical Government House. (8m)

*You can walk to Takayama Historical Government House (15m) after taking Norikuraguchi (east) exit at Takayama station.

Business hours

March to October 8:45am-5:00pm
August 8:45am-6:00pm

November to February 8:45am -4:30pm

Holidays

Closed
December 29, 31 and January 1

Contact

Tel: 0577-32-0643

Wi-Fi

Available (Free_Wi-Fi_Takayama)

Credit card payment

Credit cards not accepted

Supported languages

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English
English tours available until 2 hours before closing time
Call ahead
Possibly unvailable depending on circumstances
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Price

Adults ¥430
Highschool and younger: Free

Average visit length

About 30 minutes -1 hours

Websites Official Sitehttp://www.pref.gifu.lg.jp/foreign-languages/English/tourism/takayama/HIDA TAKAYAMA Tourlst Informationhttp://www.hida.jp/english/touristattractions/takayamacity/historyandculture/4000155.html

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