Living in Gifu
Gifu Prefecture is a landlocked prefecture located in the Chubu Region of Japan. Its population is around 2,047,000 and the capital is Gifu City. Due to its location, Gifu is particularly hot and humid in the summer, with Tajimi City in considered the hottest city on Honshu. The manufacturing industry is the main source of Gifu Prefecture's economy; some factory complexes extend into the Nagoya area. Gifu Prefecture has much to offer both residents and tourists in terms of entertainment with its many onsen, a historical village in Shiwakawa, and Gifu Castle in Gifu City, originally built in 1201. Gifu Prefecture is also famous for its high quality Hida Beef.
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