Eat, play and experience Satoyama.
In Gifu Seiryu Satoyama Park, eat, play and experience nostalgic rural scenery that you will find invigorating just by strolling around.
“Daiki no Yugu”, giant play equipment, is the first thing you see at the front gate of Satoyama Park. The reassembled wooden schoolhouse and houses with thatched roofs located on the premises can be enjoyed in person and also via a 360-degree 3D theater and in-motion (standing ride electric cart). Take a whole day to enjoy the best that Satoyama has to offer.
- Making rice crackers by hand and pottery classes are popular.
- Go-karts and in-motion, as well as a 3D theater, are available.
- Rice planting and other seasonal events that allow you to experience rural life are also available.
- Satoyama’s nostalgic scenery can be seen throughout the park, making it seem like time has stopped.
- Refresh yourself at Satoyama no Yu, a footbath and hot spring facility.
- Enjoy Gifu by sipping beverages and drinks made from local fruits and enjoying desserts made from Shirakawa tea, a Gifu specialty.
- Local specialties and seasonal vegetables are also available for sale.
- You can experience the passing of the seasons and the various colors of the many flowers blooming throughout the seasons.
- The scenery of Satoyama changes with the seasons.
- Park Name
- Gifu Seiryu-Satoyama Park
- 2292-1 Yamanoue-cho, Minokamo City, Gifu Prefecture 505-0003
- Operating hours
March – November : 9:00-18:00
December – February : 10:00-17:00
Satoyama no Yu: 10:00-22:00
- Park closures
March – November: open daily
December – February: closed on Wednesday
Satoyama no Yu: open daily
Phone : 0574-23-0066
You can also inquire through our website.
- Official homepage
Accessible via normal roads or highways.
If coming via highway
Immediately after Minokamo IC on the Tokai-Sanjo Expressway
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