The history of Ukai (cormorant fishing) on the Nagara River in Gifu dates back 1,300 years. Pleasure boats for viewing Ukai, performed by certified cormorant fishermen, can be arranged for receptions that accommodate 1,000 participants.
Dry riverbeds along the clean-flowing Nagara River can also be used to host receptions.
Receptions begin with cooked and barbecued cuisine made from Gifu specialty ingredients, and local performing arts. Once it gets dark, participants can view Ukai (cormorant fishing) from the dry riverbeds.
|Seating Capacity (Banquets)||Area(m2)||Wi-Fi|
|1,000 (Passenger capacity: 15~50 guests per boat, 45 boats in total)||500~ (On the dry riverbed)||-||-|