Central Yōrō seen from Yōrō Mountains
Location of Yōrō in Gifu Prefecture
|• Mayor||Takashi Ōhashi|
|• Total||72.14 km2 (27.85 sq mi)|
|Population (July 2011)|
|• Density||430/km2 (1,100/sq mi)|
|• Tree||Buxus microphylla|
|• Flower||Chrysanthemum morifolium|
|Time zone||Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)|
|City hall address||Takada 798, Yōrō-chō, Yōrō-gun, Gifu-ken
- Yōrō Falls
- Mount Yōrō
- Kikusui-Sen spring
- Yōrō Temple
- Reversible Destiny-Yoro Park is a theme park in Yōrō described as "an 'experience park' conceived on the theme of encountering the unexpected. By guiding visitors through various unexpected experiences as they walk through its component areas, the Site offers them opportunities to rethink their physical and spiritual orientation to the world."  The park was opened in October 1995.
- Tokai nature trail
A local woodcutter discovered a stream that ran with fine sake. He filled a gourd and brought the sake to his father. Drinking the water made his father feel youthful and turned his hair from gray to black. Empress Gensho of Nara visited Yōrō to try the water and it made her feel youthful, too.
- 岐阜県の人口・世帯数人口動態統計調査結果. Gifu prefectural website (in Japanese). Gifu Prefecture. Retrieved September 11, 2011.
- "The Yoro Waterfall and the Legend of the Dutiful Son".
- "Reversible Destiny-Yoro Park Official Website".
- "Places to Visit - Yōrō".
- See Ross, Catrien; Japan (1996), Supernatural and Mysterious Japan: Spirits, Hauntings, and Paranormal Phenomena (1st ed.). Yenbooks. ISBN 4-900737-37-2.
- Emily Millar. "Creepy Japan".
- Media related to Yōrō, Gifu at Wikimedia Commons
- Yoro official website (Japanese)
- "Color Yoro World" by Steven Kenworthy
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