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Hida Cycling Tour

Hida Cycling Tour

LOCATION: Takayama
Hida, locally just plain Takayama, is a tranquil city near the northern Japan Alps of Gifu prefecture, in the Chubu region of Japan. Take a guided bicycle ride tour through this charming alpine town, passing traditional houses, clear rivers and photogenic rice fields. Capture scenes of rural Japanese life at every turn while getting a closer look at Japan's Alpine region.
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What you are gonna do

  • 01

    Start the tour around 9.00 am. Travel by train from Takayama to Hida, a 15-minute journey, and then begin with a ride through town, pedalling around the quiet streets and along the banks of the Seto River. Stop to take a closer look at Hida's machiya houses, Japanese traditional dwellings built centuries ago.
  • 02

    Cross into a countryside region called Hida-Furukawa and ride along quiet trails surrounded by rice fields and farms. Observe scenes of rural life such as farmers ploughing their crops. There are also lots of opportunities to capture photos of the Alps and the tiny villages that spot the landscape.
  • 03

    Return into Hida's town centre after the countryside Hida bike ride tour. Drop off the bikes and bid farewell to the guide, returning by train to Takayama or spending more time exploring charming Hida.
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Other Activities in Hida cycling tour

Takayama Food & Culture Walk
Uncover the distinctive charm and traditions of once-isolated town of Takayama on this guided walking tour. Stroll at leisurely pace through the old town and market, exploring the melange of Alpine architecture, historic buildings and incredible customs that make Takayama so special and unique. Sample regional specialties washed down with glass of locally-brewed sake.