The main place of the temple, the monk's living space, and the bell; everything here is built in Gassho-zukuri style and there's no such place you can find. Shoromon (bell tower gate) is a thatched roof with eaves on the first floor which is also very rare. This is said to be built in 1801 with 1425 people. At Kyodokan (local museum), materials about old tools are displayed. There is a yew tree planted in 1827 for commemoration.
679 Ogimachi, Shiarkawamura, Oono, Gifu 501-5627 〒501-5627 岐阜県大野郡白川村荻町679
Gifu bus: From Nagoya Station at Meitetsu Bus Center 3F (platform 7) to Shirakawa-go Bus Terminal (2h50m) 10-minute walk from Shirakawa-go Bus Terminal
From April to November 8:30am-5: 00 pm From December to March 9:00am-4:00pm
|Credit card payment||Cash and WAON (e-money)|
Adults:¥300 Children: ¥100 For more than 25 people: adults ¥240/Chidren ¥80
|Average visit length||About 1 hour|
|Websites||Shirakawa-go Tourist Associationhttps://shirakawa-go.gr.jp/en/see/2327/|