Kusakabe Folk Crafts Museum
This building dating from the 1890s showcases the striking craftsmanship of traditional Takayama carpenters. Inside is a collection of...
Yoshijima Heritage House
Design buffs shouldn't miss Yoshijima-ke , which is well covered in architectural publications. Its lack of ornamentation allows you to...
On display are over 800 shishi (lion) masks, instruments and drums related to festival dances. The main draw are the twice-hourly...
Rum Dance Hall
This stylish bar appeals to a cool, older crowd. There's a plethora of cocktails on the menu and the English-speaking owner spins jazz,...
As laid-back as its namesake ('camel'), comfy and sunny Rakuda has curry lunches, open sandwiches topped with omelette and veggies, and...
Lonely Planet review
This traditional eatery specialises in regional dishes such as hoba-miso and Hida -gyū soba . Seating is on tatami mats around long charcoal grills, under a cathedral ceiling supported by dark timbers. It's on a corner, by a bridge over the canal. Look for the sacks of rice over the door.