Meiho is located in the northern area of Gujo city in the central region of Gifu Prefecture. This resort is found on the north eastern slopes of Mt Eboshi and was opened in 1989. It is more to the east and separate from most of the resorts in Gujo.
Most of the ski and snowboard resorts in Gujo city are located on the mountains either side of the Tokai Hokuriku Expressway which connects Aichi Prefecture with Toyama Prefecture and the local road Route 156 (Hida Highway) which also runs through the valley. This region is especially popular with people living in or visiting the Kansai regions of western Japan like Nagoya, Gifu, Shiga, Kyoto and Osaka. Train links aren't the most convenient and so this region sees most people arriving by car or bus tours.
Gifu Prefecture is located in the Chubu region of the central region of Honshu island, and it one of only a handful of landlocked prefectures. It shares borders with (from the north) Toyama, Nagano, Aichi, Mie, Shiga, Fukui and Ishikawa. Most of the ski and snowboard resorts in Gifu are located in the northern region of the prefecture – in Gujo city, Takayama city, Hida city and Shirakawa village.
30.3km from the Gujo Hachiman IC on the Tokai Hokuriku Expressway
Nearest national route: Route 472 (2.2km away)
Meiho is located just over 2km from Route 472 to the north east of central Gujo city.
The nearest exit on the Tokai Hokuriku Expressway is the Gujo Hachiman IC.
At the Guji Hachiman IC exit, turn left onto Route 156 and after just less than 1km turn left onto Route 256. After about 2km turn left onto Route 472 then continue on this road for about 25km when there are some big blue signs for Meiho. Turn right here and follow the signs to head up to the resort.
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