Recommended spots in Hietsuno to go to in summer | Hida Toyama Ishikawa Tourism Association(Hietsuno)

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Recommended spots in Hietsuno to go to in summer

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Recommended spots in Hietsuno to go to in summer

Nature spots to enjoy to the full that you'll want to visit in summer. Let us introduce the spectacular scenic spots and recommended sightseeing spots unique to Hietsuno, which nature has created such as mountains, seas, and rivers.

Visiting the Osaka waterfalls

Osaka-cho, Gero City, located at the foot of Mt. Ontake, is known as the town with the most waterfalls in Japan, the number of which has been confirmed as being 216 even if the drop of some of them starts at 5m.
The 'Osaka Waterfall Tour' that goes around the waterfalls is certified as 'the number 1 treasure of Gifu', and the 'NPO Hida Osaka 200 Waterfalls' that is run, spreads its charms to people who visit and use the waterfalls for shower climbing and trekking.

 Visiting the Osaka waterfalls

https://www.osaka-taki.com/

Prickly waterlily at Juni-cho Lagoon Riverside Park

The prickly waterlily is an annual aquatic plant belonging to the family Nymphaeaceae, and has small reddish-violet flowers during the flowering season.
There was a time when the number of developing root plants decreased due to various environmental changes, and germination could not be seen, but since 1981, efforts were put into regeneration and there was success with natural germination in 1993, which has been a delight to the eyes of citizens and tourists.

Prickly waterlily at Juni-cho Lagoon Riverside Park

http://www.kitokitohimi.com/site/tourism-guide/281.html

Hydrangeas at Taikoyama Land

The park is home to 20,000 hydrangeas of 70 different species that bloom in vivid colors on both sides of the 500-meter Hydrangea Avenue.

Hydrangeas at Taikoyama Land

[Toyama] Kenmin Park Ranjo no Mori

The sound of wild birds and trees swaying in the wind resonates delightfully in the vast 115 hectares of nature. In June, 700,000 Japanese irises bloom in the 6 hectares of aquatic botanical garden.

 [Toyama] Kenmin Park Ranjo no Mori

https://www.bgtym.org/ranjyounomori/