Timelessness, moment by moment.
A Japanese ode to Mino throughout the four seasons
The city of Mino developed as Japan's heartland during the Edo Period thanks to the blessings of nature and Japanese traditions. Even today, Mino is deeply affected by the creation by the feudal lord Nagachika Kanamori of one of the largest production centers for paper.
The river beacons lining the Nagara River and the “old streets lined with udatsu (roofed dividing walls)” built on success in trade evoke both the spirit and the atmosphere of Edo. An enjoyable trip can also be made by touring architectural heritage sites from the Meiji and Taisho Periods.
Why not savor the passage of time woven throughout the town of Mino?