Meiho is an area along Seseragi Kaido surrounded by mountains and rivers. It is known as a beautiful driving route with fresh green birch forests from spring to early summer and colorful colored leaves in autumn. Yoshidagawa River, which headwater is in Meiho area, is called the "sacred place for mountain stream fishing"m and many anglers are looking forward to the fishing open day. "Kanamizu-no-kake Odori dance", an important intangible folk cultural property of Gifu and a nationally selected folk performing art, is an annual festival which has been performed at Hakusan-jinja Shrine in Kanomizu district for 300 years. Other traditional performing arts such as festival in Ogawa area and local Kabuki are also preserved. You can find the largest ski resorts in western Japan here in Meiho, and you can enjoy camping in green season and winter sports in winter.