Yoro District (養老) is located in Gifu Province, with an area of 72.29 square kilometers.
With a population of 28.587 inhabitants, including about 610 foreign nationals, of which 42 are Brazilian, 2 American, 230 Chinese, 22 Korean, 140 Vietnam, 37 Filipinos, 10 Nepal, 10 Indonesia, 20 Thailand and others…
The area around Yoro was part of the traditional province of Mino. With post-Meiji cadastral restoration reforms, the district of Yoro was established in April 1897. Yoro merged with Takeda and the villages of Hirohata, Kamitado, Ikebe, Kasago, Kobata, Tado, Hiyoshi and Aihara in 1954.
The city has a climate characterized by hot, humid summers and mild winters. September is considered the wettest month. Temperatures are highest in August reaching 27.7°C, and lowest in January reaching 4°C.
Yoro Waterfall is 30 meters high and about 4 meters wide. Known by literature and selected as one of the 100 best waterfalls in Japan.