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Seki is a city in Gifu Prefecture, Japan.

Nemichi Shrine's Monet Pond


Seki was once known for samurai swords; now it's famous for the quality of its kitchen knives.

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By train[edit]

Seki station is on the Nagaragawa Railway Line. It is seven stops away from Mino Ōta st. at Takayama Main Line.

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  • 1 Hotel Route Inn Seki (ホテルルートイン関). Check-in: 15:00, check-out: 10:00. A nice hotel with its own onsen.

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Routes through Seki
TakayamaGujyo  W Tokai-Hokuriku Expwy Route Sign.svg S  KakamigaharaIchinomiya
END  W Tokai-Kanjo Expwy Route Sign.svg E  MinoTokiSeto
TakayamaGujyoMino  N Japanese National Route Sign 0156.svg W  → Ginan → Gifu
Gifu  W Japanese National Route Sign 0248.svg E  KaniTajimiSeto
GifuYamagata  W Japanese National Route Sign 0256.svg E  GujyoGeroShirakawa
OnoMotosu  W Japanese National Route Sign 0418.svg E  YaotsuIida

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