Located in Japan’s Gifu prefecture, Gero is a popular destination for travelers looking to experience the hot springs of Japan. Gero is a part of Japan’s Three Famous Springs, dating back to many centuries ago and still a very popular attraction for visitors coming from parts of Japan and the rest of the world.
Japan’s impressive rail transportation system makes it that much easier to reach Gero, arriving by train at Gero Train Station
and from there reaching many different hotels and guesthouses within a short distance of the train station.
Within the mountainous region of Gero are many attractions, including Mount Ontake
and Norimasa Hot Springs
, while quaint villages like Gassho provide a chance to experience the traditional village lifestyle of the 1800s and beyond.
As the hot springs of Gero are believed to have healing powers, the town attracts many people who flock to the springs to take curative foot baths in the healing waters. Accommodations in Gero range from modest guesthouses to luxury inns, sure to offer the right accommodation to all visitors.
There are many more attractions and, of course, hot springs in Gero, and the best way to discover what else this city has to offer in terms of attractions, landmarks, and hotels is by exploring the interactive map on this page.