About the Dragon Course
The Shoryudo offers a number of diverse tourist attractions.
The Shoryudo’s most iconic course is the Dragon Route, which runs north from the region’s largest city,
Nagoya, through Central Japan, and is shaped like a rising dragon with the Noto Peninsula as its head.
Tourists can enjoy famous hot springs like Gero and Wakura. They can also experience festivals, see Karakuri on dashi floats,
sword making, gold leaf crafts, and other traditional culture. From the Pacific coast, through the mountains,
all the way to the Sea of Japan—experience everything Central Japan has to offer—its nature, food, culture, and people are waiting for you!
About Our Recommended Routes
Recommended Tourist Attractions
Day 2：（Route 1）Nagoya → Walking around Inuyama → Walking around Seki → Walking around Mino → Overnight in Gero Onsen
（Route 2）Nagoya → Walking around Inuyama → Walking around Gujo → Overnight in Gero Onsen