Ena (恵 那) is a small Japanese town located in Gifu province with a total area of 504.24 km². It received city status in April 1954, due to the merger of two cities (Oi and Osashima) and six villages (Tono, Sango, Takenami, Kasagi, Nakano and Iiji) and in October 2004 five districts were annexed to the city of Ena , Akechi, Iwamura, Kamiyahagi, Kushihara and Yamaoka.
With a population of 50,200 inhabitants, including about 905 foreign citizens, of which 104 are Brazilians, 6 Americans, 135 Chinese, 67 Koreans, 142 Filipinos and others …
A city blessed with abundant nature, surrounded by Mount Ena to the east, Mount Yaki to the south and Mount Kasagi to the north, the rivers Kiso, Agi and Yahagi flow into the mountains, from where we can enjoy beautiful views of each season.
With all this, the city offers beautiful places for hiking and also beautiful boat trips.
The city has a climate characterized by hot, humid summers and mild winters. September is considered the wettest month. Temperatures are high in August, reaching 27 ° C, and low in January, reaching 2 ° C.
Enjoy a high-speed jet boat ride through strange and mysterious rocks in the Enakyo Valley.