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Tsumagojuku, Nagiso-machi

(4.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Explore a town straight out of the distant past at Tsumagojuku, a restored and protected Edo-period settlement. Number 49 of the 69 post towns on the Nakasendo (an Edo-era trade road), the village fell into obscurity with the arrival of a new railroad at the turn of the 20th century. However, diligent locals gradually reestablished it as a functioning town, and today you can walk the old streets experiencing the historical atmosphere. Wander around the village to explore gift shops, restaurants, and a modest but informative museum. Bring your camera to make the most of the various photo opportunities among the buildings. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Tsumagojuku and many more Nagiso-machi attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Nagiso-machi vacation planner.
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  • We did the Magome to Tsumago route in the rain but it was still wonderful! It took just over 2 hours taking it pretty easily (our 7 year old with us had no problem and enjoyed it- lots of trees to hid...  more »
  • The scenery of the town, such as rewinding time, leave your car in the parking lot a short walk and jumps. Impressed by the days remained intact to the present day. Along the way, was decorated with large dolls. One wall lined with dolls, short of overwhelming. Looked like to devour children. Hungry hungry so whats up oyaki. Around braziers warm up was a fun thing to try was yet, but I can't, so.
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  • Parked in Magome-Juku, the day several of Takeshi bus transportation to tsumago-Juku. From there nakasendō tsumago and Magome route walked. All nine kilometers, is 2 and a half hour journey. Roads are in good condition and in some places are equipped with Western-style toilets, so very easy to walk. It is the old road. 3/19 present, there was still snow in some places, but no problem walking. There is also the resting place of the free, and there are several restaurants along the way. We met while walking in most foreign tourists, tsumago and Magome is an international tourist destination and realize. Luggage transport service is also available. Tsumago route is slowly climbing.
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