The is a five-story Gassho-zukuri house and an 11-meter tall pillar holds the roof all the way from the top to the bottom. The Nagase House has stood for 250 years. The family here worked as doctors, so there are some medical tools remaining from the Edo period. Don't miss the Buddhist altars and art pieces here. The roof rethatching in 2001 drew attention because it had been 80 years since the previous rethatching. Footage of the rethatching work in 2001 is available.
823-2 Ogimachi, Shiarkawamura, Oono, Gifu 501-5627 〒501-5627 岐阜県大野郡白川村荻町823-2
Gifu bus: From Nagoya Station at Meitetsu Bus Center 3F (platform 7) to Shirakawa-go Bus Terminal (2h50m) 8-minute walk from Shirakawa-go Bus Terminal
SHIRAKAWA-Go Free Wi-Fi 30 wireless access points in Shirakawa-go
|Credit card payment||Cash, WAON (e-money) only|
Adults:¥300 Children: ¥150 For more than 15 people: adults ¥250/Chidren ¥120
|Average visit length||About 1 Hour|
|Websites||Shirakawa-go Tourist Associationhttps://shirakawa-go.gr.jp/en/see/2336/|