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Hida-no-Takayama

Takayama is a city in the Hida Mountains and it was our first encounter with Japanese culture – apart from a very jet-lagged tour through Shibuya the day before.

It is known for a set of quaint streets that date back to the Edo-Period with stunning old Japanese houses you can visit. There is also fine beef to be eaten – preferably grilled or stewed right at your table. Other highlights contain a charming market, great street food and thick woods that are to be avoided (bear-warning, wild boar encounters and snakes chilling on the side of the road).

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