Meiho area, located in the northeastern part of Gujo-shi, is a rural area with abundant nature surrounded by mountains and rivers adjacent to Takayama-shi and Gero-shi. After several village name changes from Oku Myogata Village in 1890, to Myogata Village in 1970, and Meiho Village in 1992, finally merged with Gujo-shi in 2004. During the transition from Showa (1926 – 1989) to Heisei (1989 – 2020), regional revitalization measures, like tourism development and industrial promotion were implemented in getting rid of depopulation in Meiho area. By actively working on regional revitalization through “Food”, much Meiho local food such as Meiho ham, Meiho tomato ketchup, and Meiho Kei-chan (Stir-fried chicken with miso sauce) have been attracting popularity. Let’s fully enjoy the boastful handmade products which are born from the rich ingredients of mountain villages and by the hands of the villagers who love the ingredients at Meiho, a “Handmade village”.