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나카센도 길은 전 세계 관광객들의 관심을 끌고 있습니다. 에도 시대에 정비된 5개의 주요 도로 중 가장 역사적인 건물과 유적지가 오늘날 기푸에 자리하고 있습니다. 우타가와 히로시게의 유명한 우키요에 미술관, 과거의 자갈이 남아 있는 오치아이주쿠, 에도 분위기가 가득한 포스트 타운인 마고메주쿠에서 쓰마고주쿠까지 걸어갑니다. 1600년대에 일본으로 거슬러 올라갑니다. 보다 소박한 시절 그대로의 삶을 경험하고 과거의 포스트 타운들의 자연과 아름다움에 매혹되실 것입니다. 이곳에서 기후가 보여줄 수 있는 모든 하이라이트를 만끽하십시오

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목판인쇄 @에나 시로시게 예술 박물관
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이와무라 성읍 산책
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이와무라성
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내기성 폐허 또는 지-가부키 체험
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나카츠가와-주쿠
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오치아이의 오소리 굴 길
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마고메-주쿠
Day1

목판인쇄 @에나 시로시게 예술 박물관

Try your hand at making your very own ‘ukiyoe’, or traditional Japanese woodblock. At the Hiroshige Museum of Art in Ena, visitors can experience woodblock-making completely free-of-charge. The museum also hosts over 1,400 pieces of ukiyoe artwork, hosting special exhibitions throughout the year. The “Tanaka Collection” is the museum’s star exhibit — a collection of Utagawa Hiroshige ukiyoe woodblock prints donated by esteemed ukiyoe collector, the late Haruo Tanaka.

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에나 시로시게 예술 박물관

에나 – 이와무라

아케치 철로로 30분

이와무라 성읍 산책

Gifu is a region blessed with so many remaining castle towns. Iwamura Castle Town is one of them, a former Edo period castle district located among scenic valleys and lush foliage. Start your walking tour from Iwamura Station and make your way towards the old street lined with historical old-timey buildings. What makes Iwamura Castle Town unique is that renovation works were conducted to preserve the town’s historical look; by hiding all modern electrical wires underground. Of course, we can’t forget about food. The district is no short of restaurants and eateries, but Iwamura’s specialty is ‘goheimochi’, a grilled rice cake skewer covered in sweet miso sauce.

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이와무라 성읍 산책

이와무라성

Explore a castle hidden amongst the misty fog, located 717 meters above sea level. Iwamura Castle, one of Japan’s top three greatest mountain top castles, was once ruled by Oda Nobunaga’s aunt. The castle building itself has since been demolished, but the ruins and stone walls remain, giving the area an almost mystical atmosphere. With overgrown vines stretching across the grounds of the ruins, Iwamura Castle’s unique appearance makes it a must-visit even for those who have already visited other Japanese castles.

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이와무라성

이와무라 – 에나

아케치 철로로 30분

에나에서 숙박

Day2

에나 – 나카츠가와

JR추오선으로 10 분

나카츠가와 – 내기 또는 카시모

카타-에나 버스로

내기성 폐허

One of Japan’s Top 100 Castles, Naegi Castle Ruins is another one of Gifu’s hidden gems. Situated atop a mountain next to the Kisogawa River, the castle was once ruled by the Toyamas back in the Edo period. Naegi Castle is also one of the very few across the country to be built using naturally huge rocks, unevenly piled onto each other to form the stone wall structures. Due to the high elevation, the castle ruins are also a great spot to view seasonal foliage, such as cherry blossoms during spring. It is also popular among visitors to admire the sunset from Naegi Castle, which provides an uninterrupted view of the horizon.

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내기성 폐허

또는

지-가부키 체험

For anyone with an interest in Japan, you’ve probably heard of ‘Kabuki’ theatre. However, few actually know that there are two different kinds of Kabuki. The first, more well-known artform is O-Kabuki — which is performed in grand venues, with professional actors that have years of experience. The second lesser-known form is Ji-Kabuki — a more local, laid-back version that is often performed by amateur local actors in the countryside. At the Kashimo Meiji Theatre, you can catch performances of Ji-Kabuki, wholeheartedly performed by local actors who especially love to interact with the audience. Ji-Kabuki performances showcase a different side of Japanese culture, where the usually-quiet audiences choose to shout out words of encouragement and engage with the performers during the show. This uniquely local tradition has years of history rooted in the eastern Tono region of Gifu.

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지-가부키 체험

내기성 폐허 또는 카시모 메이지 극장 – 나카츠가와역

카타-에나 버스로

나카츠가와-주쿠

Nakatsugawa-juku, the 45th post town along Nakasendo Road, is a quaint little town that specialises in traditional Japanese confectionery. With more than 20 different confectionary shops, Nakatsugawa-ku takes pride in their production of wagashi (Japanese-style sweets). The historic post town is famed for Kurikinton — a type of mochi confectionary that is made from chestnuts. Go on a self-guided gastronomic tour of the district’s local confectionaries, some of which have been operating for more than two generations. Nakatsugawa-juku is also known for its large number of Masugata paths and Udatsu structures. The number of these structures has dwindled in present-day Japan, but were once status symbols of the wealthy families in the Edo period.

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나카츠가와-주쿠

나카츠가와에서 숙박

Day3

나카츠가와 – 오치아이 버스정류장

키타-에나 버스로 10분, 그리고 도보로 5분

오치아이의 오소리 굴 길

Sett Roads in Ochiai
오치아이의 오소리 굴 길

The 840-meter long cobblestone path is a designated site of historical importance. Once a common site in Japan, there are now only two cobblestone paths left — one in Hakone, and one in Ochiai. The cobblestones were used to help traveling merchants, where the stones prevented their carts from slipping on the slopes during heavy rain. Now, about 70 meters of the Ochiai cobblestone path remains, due to removal and wearing out of the stones over time.

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오치아이의 오소리 굴 길

오치아이-주쿠 – 마고메-주코

걸어서 60 분 (5km 일방통행)/ 아니면 키타-에나 버스로 15 분

마고메-주쿠

Magome-juku is a post town located at the southern end of the mountain path called Kisoji Road. In the Magome area, people customarily have been eating Shinshu soba (buckwheat noodles made in Nagano) for a long time. Here, you can stop by various stores to obtain a snack, such as gohei-mochi (skewered rice cake grilled with sauce), okaki (rice crackers), oyaki (flat baked flour buns filled with chopped vegetables or other foods), roasted chestnuts, and more.

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마고메-주쿠

마고메-주쿠 – 추마고-주쿠
*짐을 맡기고 추마고-주쿠로 출발

걸어서 180 분 / 8.8km (일방통행)

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