Walk around promenades of green-rich Sayama Hill, listening to

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Walk around promenades of green-rich Sayama Hill, listening to
Walk around promenades of
green-rich Sayama Hill,
listening to songs of wild birds
Contact
■Mizuho Industry Development Division
TEL.042-557-7633
http://www.town.mizuho.tokyo.jp/
■Mizuho Tourism Association
TEL.042-557-3389
One of the one hundred views of New Tokyo
5-- Bunkanomori Forest
Rokudoyama Park
MAP P03 D-2
This park is renowned for cherry blossoms
and has been appreciated by many people for
a long time. Cherry festival is held in spring.
The park’s symbol, the13-meter-high observatory, overlooks Sayama Hill and a variety of
views including Mt. Fuji can be enjoyed in all
seasons.
Seven Promenades
MAP P03 C-2
There are seven promenades as ways for
Rokudoyama Park. Visitors can enjoy various
interesting courses such as the course with a
lawn field, an observatory, and Field Athletics
and the course which runs through woods.
The Highest
and the Longest Promenade
Oiseyama Promenade Entrance
30 minutes walk
Takaneyama Promenade Entrance
2 minutes walk
Oiseyama Promenade
10 minutes walk
Takaneyama Park
13 minutes walk
Rokudoyama Park
Deai no Tsuji
(The Crossroads of Encounter)
20 minutes walk
Obikiyama Promenade Entrance
1 minute walk
Ishihata Park
Takaneyama Promenade Entrance Dainichiyama Promenade Entrance
15 minutes walk
Dainichiyama Promenade Entrance
Tennozan Promenade Entrance
Daizaka Promenade Entrance
Ishihatashindo Promenade Entrance
The route via Takaneyama Promenade from
Oiseyama Promenade offers an enjoyable 55
minutes hiking (one way) course. The Oiseyama Promenade entrance can be found next to
the nursery school located west of Sky Hall.
Passing Mizuho View Park and the 194 meters
altitude triangulation point, it will soon lead you
to Takaneyama Promenade.
Tennouzan Promenade Entrance Daizaka Promenade Entrance
Ishihatashindo Promenade Entrance Obikiyama Promenade Entrance
Taking a break at Ishihata Park…
Ishihata Park is located by Deai no tsuji (the
crossroads of encounter). From Fujimidai Hiroba Circle, the park can be viewed and it is a
perfect spot for having a box lunch.
Fujimidai Hiroba Circle
Row of cherry trees for the observatory
Okudoyama Park Observatory
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The view from Mt. Rokudoyama
Deai no Tsuji
(The Crossroads of Encounter)
5-- Sky Hall and
Social Education Facility
Koshinkan Hall
5--
MAP P03 B-1
One of the Tamagawa River 50 Views
Sayama-ike Park
Mizuho View Park
MAP P03 C-2
MAP P03 B-2
This is a water park of about 1.5 ha. There are
three ponds and wild birds can also be observed.
TEL.042-568-1505 Open 9:30~16:30 (Exhibition 10:00~16:00)
Close: Monday, first Tuesday of the month, holidays, end and beginning of the year
Sky Hall
Tanzawa, Mt. Fuji, and mountains in Okutama
can be viewed from the observatory located on
top of Sky Hall.
Sky Hall
TEL.042-557-7070 Close: End and beginning of the year Parking
The Ome Kaido
and The Nikko Kaido
Mizuho View Park
It is an old house from the Edo Era. There are a
relaxation room for tea ceremony on the first
floor and a grand hall for salon concerts and exhibitions on the second floor of the main building.
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The contrast between water and greens of
Mizuho View Park’s water shield pond is beautiful and people visit the place for walking, resting
and relaxation.
5--
Tasty green tea
Tokyo Sayama Tea
Direct sales store of agricultural
and livestock products
The Ome Kaido and the
Nikko Kaido. Hakonegasaki, which intersects
these two former roads,
was alive very much with
many people as a strategic point.
At Sayama Shrine, there is “the monument
of Sayama chaba tea place (written by Katsu Kaishu)” which was inscribed with
names of people who were involved in the
tea place at the time.
A night-light at the intersection of Zanborigawa River was placed praying for peace
and safety of the village, and it was moved
and placed at Hako-no-ike Pond in Sayama-ike Park.
Fresh House
MAP P03
B-2
TEL.042-557-4564 Open 9:00~17:00 (Nov.~ Mar.: 9:00~16:00)
Close: End and beginning of the year, Parking
It is the most produced and historical tea in
Tokyo. This tea has a rich taste with the
combination of sweetness and bitterness
and can be purchased at the direct sales store in the town.
This is a direct sales store of agricultural and
livestock products. There are plenty of fresh
vegetables and eggs which were grown elaborately.
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Takane
The Mall Mizuho
"Nagaoka Greenhouse
(Cyclamen, etc.)"
Sayamadaira
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Fresh House
Sayama-ike Park
Mizuho-matsubara
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Hakonegasaki
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Shimachu
Furniture Center
Matsubara
Chuo Park
Hakonegasaki
Edo-kaido
Park
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Shin Hamura Kaido
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Public Health Center
Ishihatashindo
Promenade
Daizaka Promenade
Obikiyama Promenade
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Elderly Welfare
Center
Mizuho
Town Office
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Hakonegasak
Nishi-matsubara
Rokudoyama Park
Gymnasium
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Mizuhoshukunishi
Hakonegasaki
Clock Tower
Seven Promenades
Folk Reference Ishihata
Park
Library
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Temple
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Hakonegasaki
Higashi-matsubara
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Sky Hall and Mizuho
View Park
Olympic
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Mizuho Nishi-matsubara
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Oiseyama Promenade
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Takanesan Promenade
Takane
Komagata-Fujiyama
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Koshinkan Hall
Mizuho
Funeral Hall
Hakonegasaki
Iwakura Kaido
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Iruma City
Komagata-Fujiyama
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Tennozan Promenade
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Dainichiyama Promenade
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Musashimurayama
City
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1km
Mizuho Town
5--
Let’s go exploring the base side street
: the street with
importing goods stores
Contact
■Fussa City Economics Division
TEL.042-551-1511
http://www.city.fussa.tokyo.jp/
Shopping District on National Route 16
(The Base Side Street)
MAP P05 B-2
The Yokota shopping district on
National Route 16 has many unique stores selling such items
as importing goods and military
goods. Signs which are written
in English, colorful sidewalks, and
roadside trees make visitors feel
as if they are walking in an American country town. It is a popular
spot not only for young generation but also for families.
Fussa Station (Art)
10 minutes walk
Shinmeisha Shrine, Monument of Takasaki O
8 minutes walk
Kami Waterway Park
One of the one hundred views of New Tokyo
Visiting around
Tamagawa Waterway Shinboribashi Bridge
Tamagawa Waterway
Chotokuji Temple, Tamura Sake Brewery
5-- Shinboribashi Bridge over
5 minutes walk
5 minutes walk
MAP P04
Yanagiyama Park
5 minutes walk
Tamagawa Waterway was built as a solution to
the shortage of water in Edo. The ruin of the
waterway still exists around Shinboribashi
Bridge over Tamagawa Waterway, one of the
one hundred views of New Tokyo, as a resting
spot for citizen.
Seiganin Temple
6 minute walk
Fussa Station
Resting Spot for
Citizen – Kami Waterway Park
In “Kami Waterway Park” which has soil from
the excavation of Tamagawa Waterway Shinbori, there is a ruin of former excavation of Tamagawa Waterway. The park is surrounded by
the rich nature.
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Municipal
Race Track
1 : 26,000
0.5km
Fussa City
Shinboribashi Bridge
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Wakagirikaikan Hall
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Ruin of former excavation of the Tamagawa Waterway
Fussa
Fussa
Higashi-cho
Fussa
Ohtama Ham Kobayashi-shokai
Tamura Sake Brewery, "Kasen"
The view of the Tamagawa waterway
from Shinboribashi Bridge
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5--
5--
Reference Library of Villagers
Kumagawa Shrine
Minami Inarijinja Shrine
Big Zelkova Tree
Sake and
beer of local brew
MAP P05 A-4
The “Kasen” (by Tamura sake brewery) and the
“Tamajiman” which are made using well water
from 180 years ago during preparation are
popular. The “Tamanomegumi” (by Ishikawa
sake brewery) is also well-known.
Ohtama Ham Kobayashi-shokai serves authentic German-style dish and Fussa’s local beer.
In the precincts, there is a big zelkova tree
which is a designated natural monument. Contrast with the red torii is creating the elegant atmosphere.
The sublime main shrine from the Momoyama
Era is the oldest wooden building in the city,
and it is one of the designated tangible cultural
assets of Tokyo. There is the Mori Museum of
Art in the precincts, and Takaraichi Market (an
antique market) is held on the second Sunday
every month.
Cherry Festival
5-- Row of Cherry Trees
and Tamagawa River
5--
Ishikawa Sake Brewery
Learning the history
Seiganin Temple
MAP P05 A-2
It is a historic temple built in the Ouei
Period (1394~1428).
Hakuhobotoke Budda and beautiful
Japanese garden
are especially recommended.
Tamura Sake Brewery
Kobayashi-shokai Ohtama
Tamura Sake Brewery(MAP P04)
TEL.042-551-0003 http://www.seishu-kasen.com/
Ishikawa Sake Brewery(MAP P05 A-4)
TEL.042-553-0100 http://www.tamajiman.co.jp/
Ohtama Ham Kobayashi-shokai(MAP P04 )
TEL.042-551-1321 http://www.otama.co.jp/
MAP P05 A-4
Fussa
A
卍
Higashifussa
Higashi-fussa
Tamura Sake
Brewery, "Kasen"
Fussa
Fussa Station
West
1 Nagata-bashi
B
Branch Office of
Regional Legal
Affairs Bureau
Higashicho
Shinmei-sha
Shrine
Higashi-fussa
Station Entrance
Fussa Fudoson
Bridge
Fussa-nagata
1
Ohtama Ham
Kobayashi-shokai
Fussa Ham
Daini Gate Mae
Hon-cho
Fussa City Office
Fussa
Yanagiyama
Park
2
Yushozuka
Fussa-shimominami
Shimo
Kita-denen
Shimin Swimming Pool
Bunka-no-Mori Forest
MAP P05 B-3
Ushihama
Ushihama
wa
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Tam
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Riv
Itsuk
Road
fo r B
Kaido
Daigo Gate Mae
Library
Itsukaichi Line
Cherry-tree Avenue
and Tamagawa River
aichi
Local Reference Library
Hotaru Park
Pedestrians
3
Fussaninomiya
Shimin Kaikan
Tamagawa
Chuo Park
icy cles and
with full of art
16
Municipal
Baseball Ground
Ushihama
Akiruno City
5-- Discover! The town
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Shimo-fussa
Tama-bashi
Bridge
It is located in the green-rich area with the feeling of Musashino and is used for collecting,
sorting, archiving reference materials regarding
history, folk, and nature of Fussa.
Environmental Sculpture Competition
Fussa City
Fussa Danchi
Chuo
Nabegaya
Fussa
Houses
卍
Tokyo-kanjo
Fussa Folk Reference
Hachiko Line
Chuo Gym
5--
Shopping District on
National Route 16
Seiganin Temple
Myojinshita Park as the center, the cherry blossom festival is held from the end of March to
the beginning of April.
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Minami-Denen
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Bunka-no-mori
Forest
Mizukuraido Park
Danchi-minami
Kumagawa
Minami-Denen
Myojinshita Park
1 : 20,000
Kumagawa-jinja Shrine
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0.5km
Nikko-bashi Park
Sculptures which were selected at the environmental sculpture competition made by
local artists create the town filled with art.
Mutsumi-bashi
Bridge
4
Kumagawa
Minami Park
Mutsumibashi-higashi
Ishikawa Sake Brewery
卍A
5
卍
Minami Inarijinja Shrine
Haijima
Uchide Koban Mae
Akishima City B
Sebu
Hai
jima
Line
4
Itsukaich
i Kaido
Fussa City
MAP P05 A-4
Experience and feel the history
of the Edo Era and the flow
of Tamagawa Waterway
Contact
■Hamura City Economics Division
TEL.042-555-1111
http://www.city.hamura.tokyo.jp/
■Hamura City Tourism Association
TEL.042-555-6211
Hamura Dam
which changed history
Maimaizu Well
1 minute walk
Hamura Station
5 minutes walk
Tomb of Nakazato Kaizan
10 minutes walk
Hamura Dam
Hamura Municipal Folk Art Museum
Visiting
the Tamagawa Brothers
10 minutes walk
Statue of the Tamagawa Brothers
1 minute walk
Hamura Quarters Gate
10 minutes walk
Hamura Municipal Water Park
10 minutes walk
Negarami-mae-suiden [Tulip field]
Statue of the Tamagawa Brothers
MAP P07 A B-2
The statue of the Tamagawa brothers is built in
the park in the Hamura Dam. When a new
channel was needed to be built with Edo’s development, Tamagawa Waterway was planned
by Shouemon and Seiemon.
The brothers completed the waterway to Yotsuyaokido in Shinjuku only in 8 months in 1653.
The shogunate government promoted the
brothers to Bushi position and titled them the
“Josuiyaku (waterway position)” to administrate
the waterway.
Hamura Quarters Gate
Hamura Quarters Gate
MAP P07 A B-2
Along the Okutama Kaido, the riverbank area
where Hamura Dam locates is crowded with
tourists during the high-season.
In the center of this area, there is a symbol of
Hamura City, the Hamura Dam, which was excavated by the Tamagawa brothers in 1653.
The water, which had been provided to people
in the Edo Era to support their living, is still used
as a part of drinking water for citizens of Tokyo
now.
MAP P07 A B-2
There is the Hamura Sluice Gate across from
the Okutama Kaido. Hamura Quarters Gate
was established to place the governmental office for the purpose to maintain and control
Tamagawa Waterway. The Hamura Sluice Gate
is its ruins and only the Hamura Quarters Gate
remains this date.
Hamura Dam near the Quarters Gate
Hamura Dam
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Tulip festival
Meeting cute animals
5-- Negarami-mae-suiden
Learning the history of Hamura
5-- Hamura Municipal
Hamura Municipal Zoo
[Tulip field]
Folk Art Museum
MAP P07 B
MAP P07 A A-2
MAP P07 A B-2
TEL.042-579-4041 Open 9:00~16:30(Nov.~Feb.: ~16:00)
Close: Mondays (Next day if falls on holiday),End and beginning
of the year Parking
Admission Fee Adults: 300 yen,Children (4 years old ~ junior high
school student.): 50 yen
http://www.gws.ne.jp/tama-city/ham-zoo/
There are cute giraffes and zebras. You can
play with rabbits and chicks on the grass at the
“friendly zoo”.
Mar.9:00~17:00 Close: Mondays(Open when it falls on a holiday)
Admission Fee: Free
http://www.city.hamura.tokyo.jp/museum/museum.html
Referencing materials regarding nature,
history and culture
of Hamura are displayed. As regular
exhibition, there are
references about
Tamagawa Waterway excavation work and the Tamagawa brothers
and an exhibition of Nakazato Kaizan, the author of
the great long piece novel “Daibosatsutoge”.
Fresh vegetables and flowers
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Agricultural Products
Play in water
Hamura Municipal Water Park
(Hydrophilicity Park)
MAP P07 A A-2
MAP P07 A B-1
TEL.042-579-5467 Open 9:30~17:30 Close: End and
beginning of the year,Second Sunday in April (May close extra)
Parking
http://ktakeuchi.k-server.org/index.html
TEL.042-555-0013 Open 10:00~18:00 Parking
Locally grown fresh
and safe vegetables, fruit, flowers
and plants are sold.
Close:Open only for summer Admission Fee Adults:300
yen,Junior high school students and below: 100 yen
HOTSPRING
There are a passage,
a water slider, and a
kid’s swimming pool
in the park.
Semi-Natural hot spring “Thoron no yu”
Fresh Land Nishitama
5--
This facility has a public bath (hot spring)
and a gymnasium in the same lot. The bath
is a semi-natural hot spring utilizing a natural ore, “thoron raw ore”.
Maimaizu Well
MAP P07 A B-2
Maimai means snail. As the name
stands, it is an old
well being excavated spirally from
the ground.
TEL.042-570-2626 Open 10:00~22:00(Enter by 21:00)
Close: Mondays (Next day when it falls on a holiday)
Parking
Admission Fee (residents of Ome, Fussa, Hamura, and
Mizuho)Adults (junior high school students and above):700 yen
for a day,500 yen for 3 hours
Elementary school students:350 yen for a day,250 yen for 3 hours
(Other than above)Adults (junior high school students and
above):1200 yen for a day,800 yen for 3 hours
Elementary school students:600 yen for a day,400 yen for 3 hours
http://www.nishiei.or.jp
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B
Sports Center
0.5km
B
A
Hamura
City Office
Direct Sales Store
Metropolitan Handicapped
Children's School
Midorigaoka
1
B-2
Nakazato Kaizan who is
known as the author of
“Daibosatsutouge” is a native of Hamura city. The
tomb is at Zenrinji Temple’s cemetery. There is a
literature monument at
Musashi Mitakejinja Shrine, where he had a
kanzaki match and knocked down Utsuki
Bunnojo with single blow.
Rd.
dori
oentsuk
Dobu
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1 : 18,000
The tomb and monument of
MAP P07 A
Nakazato Kaizan
Gonokami Shrine
1
Metropolitan
Mgt. Houses
Midorigaoka
Gonokami
Edo-kaido
Park
Hamura City
411
Hane-naka
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ine
Chuo Jido-kan
Children's Hall
Masaka
Negarami-mae-suiden
Dobutsukoen-nishi
Om
Hane-kami
Hamura
Zoological Park
Hamura City
Gonokami
ido
Ka
ma
uta
Ok
Ikoi-no-sato
for Aged
Ome Riverside
Golf Park
2
Hane
Maimaizu Well
Miyanoshita
Playground
Hane-higashi
Hamura Municipal Water Park
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Tama
awa R
iver
Station
Square
Hamura
Quarters Gate
Hamura
Hamura
Houses
2
Fujimidaira
Hamura Municipal Folk Art Museum
Former Shimoda
Family Residence
Dobutsukoen-higashi
Hamura Dam
Statue of the
Tamagawa Brothers
Metropolitan Hamura
Kusabana Hill Natural Park Hamura-sekishitabashi
Bridge
A Akiruno City
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Tomb of Kaizan
Nakazato
Tamagawa Waterway
and Cherry Trees
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1 : 12,000
Kawasaki
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0.5km
Shinmeidai
Futaba-cho
Hamura City
In approx. 8ha rice field, “Negarami-maesuiden”, ornamental flowers such as tulips, peonies, water lilies, oogahasu lilies, etc. bloom in
profusion seasonally.
TEL.042-558-2561 Open Apr. ~ Sept.9:00~18:00 Oct. ~
Visit galleries and museums
and enjoy the pleasant art atmosphere
Contact
■Ome City Commerce, Industry and Tourism Division:
Ome City Tourism Association
TEL.0428-24-2481
http://www.city.ome.tokyo.jp/
■Ome City Tourism Telephone Service
TEL0428-24-3400
http://www.omekanko.gr.jp/
WALK
Mt. Mitakesan
MAP P09 A A-2
Mt. Mitakesan is popular for its splendid view. Musashi Mitakejinja Shrine of the farming God during the
Edo Era is recommended to visit. In the treasury, many cultural assets such as a national treasure,
“Akaito-odoshi-ooyoroi (armor)”, and sword dedicated by General Hatakeyama Shigetada in the Kamakura
Era are displayed.
On the way to Mt. Otakesan from Mitakejinja Shrine, the area from Nanayo-no-Taki Waterfall to Ayahirono-Taki Waterfall is called Rock Garden. It is pleasurable to see the view of the ravine consists of falls and
rocks which changes its appearance season by season. The view of the center of Tokyo from the mountain top is also magnificent.
Rock Garden
Nanayo-no-Taki Waterfall
Cable cars
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5-- Shiofune-Kannonji Temple
5--
Tamashin Mitake Art Museum
and Kasumi Kyuryo Hill
MAP P09 B A-2
WALK
Mitake Seseragi-no-Sato Village
One of the 100 best waters in Japan
Mitake Valley
MAP P10 A-1
MAP P09 B A-1
MAP P10 B-1
TEL.0428-78-8814 Open 10:00~16:30(November ~ March:
Close at 16:00) Close: Mondays(Next day when falls on a
holiday) Parking Admission Fee Adults:500 yen
Ome City
In Fukiage Iris Garden located in Kasumi Kyuryo
Hill Natural Park, there are 216 types and about
30,000 irises. In mid June, approximately
100,000 flowers will bloom all at the same time.
There are many historic places in the area. Shiofune-Kannonji Temple
surrounded with the
cedar grove which is
more than 1000 yearold, is also famous as
the azalea temple.
Works of Ogiwara Morie (Rokuzan) and Takamura Kotaro along with other artists who were
active during the Meiji Era and the Showa Era
are displayed.
It is selected one of “the 100 best waters in
Japan” as the most beautiful clear stream in the
Chichibu Tama Kai National Park.
Akaito-odoshi-ooyoroi
(Armor)
Point of interest of Azalea
HOTSPRING
MAP P09 B B-1
Historic hot springs
Iwakura Onsen Village
Iwakura Onsenkyo Hot Spring village is located among the mountains, and its source spring is designated as one of the historic scenes of Ome City.
In June, the appreciation gathering of fireflies is
held by the Kurosawa River which is flowing by
the spring village.
Scenic spot in surrounding area
Narikimasu-ga-Taki Waterfalls
The name, “Narikimasugataki”, was derived from the shape of its bottom, which is
a shape of a measure (“masu”). The waterfalls consist of two falls; the upper fall
(9m50cm) and the lower fall (12m).
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Kabokuen Garden
Approximately 80 kinds and 8,000 flowers and
trees can be enjoyed season by season. There
are sample gardens of trees, flowers, wild plants
and fruit trees and a farm to experience cultivation
from planting through harvest.
Another attractive facility is the 211m long roller slide, that not only children but also adults can enjoy the ride.
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Mitakejinja Shrine
Mt. Hinodeyama
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Nanayo-no-Taki Waterfall
Mt. Nabewariyama
Akiruno City
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Shiofune Kannon
Entrance
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Fukiage
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Shiofune-Kannonji
Temple
Okunoin
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1km
Kinoshita
▲ 929
Rock Garden
Ayahiro-no-Taki Waterfall
B
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Kasumi Hill
Natural Park
Mt. Mitakesan
▲ 1084
1 : 44,000
Ome City
Ome City
Mitake Visitor Center
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In the treasury, many cultural assets such
as the national treasure, “Akaito-odoshiooyoroi”, which was dedicated by General
Hatakeyama Shigetada in the Kamakura Era
are displayed. It is a valuable material to
describe the history of Bando Musha since
it is the only “ooyoroi” from the Heian period in Kanto area.
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5--
5--
Yoshino-Baigo is located at the gate area of the Chichibu
Tama Kai National Park. This Plum area has 25,000
plum trees which is the most in Kanto area.
The west district of Tokyo
Yoshino-Baigo
MAP P10 C-2
Beauty and spirit of Japanese
traditional culture
Ome Kimono Museum
MAP P10 D-2
TEL.0428-76-2019 Open 10:00~16:00 Close: Mondays ~
Thursdays(Open daily in March) Parking
Admission Fee: 800 yen
Japanese traditional cultural assets, Kimonos,
are collected in this museum. It is located at a
part of Yoshino-Baigo, and the valuable clothes
such as court costumes and clothes worn by
daimyo, court nobles, samurai family in the Edo
Era are displayed.
Soshido
5-- Yoshikawa Eiji Memorial
Museum
MAP P10 C-2
Illustration and cover illustration
5-- Miorine Picture Art
5--
TEL.0428-76-1575 Open 10:00~16:30 (November ~ February:
Sawanoi
Kushi Kanzashi Art Museum
Museum
Close at 16:00) Close: Mondays(Next day when falls on a
holiday) Parking Admission Fee Adults:500 yen,Students(junior
high and above):400 yen,Children:300 yen
MAP P10 B-1
MAP P02 D-3
TEL.0428-77-7051 Open 10:00~16:30 Close: Mondays(Next day when
falls on a holiday) Parking Admission Fee Adults:800 yen,Students(junior
high and above) :600 yen,Students (elementary) :400 yen
TEL.0428-76-2633 Open 12:00~17:00
Close: Mondays(Next day when falls on a
holiday) Parking Admission Fee: 300 yen
Illustrations and cover illustrations of
magazines and novels during the Meiji
Era, Taisho Era, and beginning of the
Showa Era by Takeshita Yumeji and
others are displayed.
There are 4,000 items of handicrafts, “combs and long ornamental hairpins” and others in this museum. At Ozawa
Sake Brewery, sake tasting and sake cellar tour can be
enjoyed. TEL.0428-78-8215 Close: Mondays
There is a memorial hall of a great writer,
Yoshikawa Eiji , in Yoshino-Baigo. All kinds of
drafts and letters completing the Yoshikawa Literature are displayed in the memorial hall built
on one corner of Soshido, his former residence
which was a village headman mansion.
Kushi Kanzashi Art Museum
A
B
Mitake-honcho
Okutama
Town
Seseragi-no-Sato
Museum
C
Sawai Shimin Center
Ikusabata
Ome Line
411
Mitake
Valley
卍
Mitake
Ome Kaido
P
Ozawa Sake Brewery
卍
Okutamabashi
Bridge
Ome City
Ta
ma
Ri
ver
Yugi-machi
Gyokudo Art Museum
1
Futamatao
Yoshino Kaido
Kushi Kanzashi
Art Museum
P
P
D
Futamatao
Sawai
Tamashio Mitake
Art Museum
1
Ozawa Sake Brewery offers a tour to see sake making
Ishigamimae
Yoshikawa Eiji
Memorial Museum
Mitakebashi
Bridge
文
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卍
P
Mitake
2
0
2
1 : 23,000
Yoshino-Baigo
1km
Hinode Town
A
B
▲ 646.8
10
Ome Kimono Museum
C
Jindaibashi Bridge
Hinatawada
Baigo
Shimin Center
D
Retro Museum of Packaging
5-- from the Showa Era
5--
Ome Folk Art Museum
and Ome Akatsuka Fujio Memorial Hall
MAP P11 A-1
Retro Museum of Packaging from the Showa Era
TEL.0428-20-0234 Open 10:00~17:00
5-- Ome Municipal
Kamanofuchi Park
Art Museum
MAP P11 A-2
MAP P11 A-1
TEL.0428-23-6859 Open 9:00~17:00 Close: Mondays(Next
TEL.0428-24-1195 Open 9:00~17:00 Close: Mondays(Next
day when falls on a holiday) Parking Admission Fee: Free
day when falls on a holiday) Parking Admission Fee: 200 yen
Close: Mondays No Parking Admission Fee: 200 yen
Ome Akatsuka Fujio Memorial Hall
TEL.0428-20-0355 Open 10:00~17:00
Close: Mondays No Parking Admission Fee Adults:400 yen,
Children:200 yen (elementary and junior high students)
Ome City
Retro Museum
of Packaging from
the Showa Era
Ome Akatsuka Fujio
Memorial Hall
Retro Museum of Packaging from the Showa
Era is a museum displaying domestic miscellaneous goods in the Showa Era.
At Ome Akatsuka Fujio Memorial Hall, visitors
can experience atmosphere of the Show Era,
through original pictures and character goods of
Akatsuka’s works.
Tangible folk cultural assets
5-- Former Inaba Family
5--
Film Billboards
on the Ome Kaido
Popular Mini-SL
Ome Railroads Park
Residence
MAP P11 B-1
MAP P11 A-1
TEL.0428-24-6143 Open 9:00~16:30 Close: Mondays(Next
day when falls on a holiday) No Parking Admission Fee: Free
It is a representative godown-style house of the
late Edo period architecture which leaves its
trace of a post town. It was designated to a
tangible folk cultural asset of Tokyo in 1981.
5--
Drawings which were donated by the senior in
western film society, the late Mr. Zentaro Kojima, and works which have strong connection
with Ome are displayed in this museum.
There are many ancient documents like documents of the former Horinji Temple which is one
of the tangible cultural assets of Ome, handreeling machines, and historical materials such
as Ome stripes. Next to the museum, it is a national important cultural property, the former
Miyazaki Family Residence which is considered
as an architecture of the early Edo period.
TEL.0428-22-4678 Open 9:15~16:30 Close: Mondays(Next
day when falls on a holiday) Parking Admission Fee: 100 yen
Street corner with nostalgic atmosphere
makes you feel as if you traveled through
time to the period prospered as a post
town. Retrospective film billboards found
everywhere in the town are works of a traditional film billboard artist, Bankan Kubo,
who is a resident of Ome.
It is a railroad park which is rare even in the
world. There are 11 real trains such as steam
locomotives like the D51 and the E10 and the
shinkansen (bullet train) “Hikari”.
Exhibition of Gyokudo Kawai's works
Gyokudo Art Museum
A
MAP P10 B-1
TEL.0428-78-8335 Open 10:00~16:30(December ~ February:
Close at 16:00) Close: Mondays(Next day when falls on a
holiday) Parking Admission Fee Adults:500 yen,Students
(junior high and high school):400 yen,Children:200 yen
B
Ome
H
Kami-cho
Former Inaba Family
Residence
1
文
卍
卍
Ome Line
Otama Sake
Brewery
文
ill Hik
ing C
ourse
Ome Shimin Hall
Ome
Katsunuma
文
Ome Railroads Park
1
文
Higashi-ome
Ome City
Higashiome
Tourist
Information Center
Ome Kaido
Ome Akatsuka Fujio
Memorial Hall
Takinoue-cho
Ome Municipal Art Museum
Ome City Office
Nishiwake-cho
Oyana-cho
Retro Museum of
Packaging from the Showa Era
Gyokudo Art Museum located near the Mitake
Kobashi Bridge was founded commemorating
Gyokudo Kawai, a great artist, who loved the
nature of Okutama since his young age.
1 : 22,000
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0.5km
A
aga
wa
R
ive
Shimookutamabashi
Bridge
Yos
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Kai
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B
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Chofubashi Bridge
Tam
Ome City
Folk Museum
2
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Mannenbashi Bridge
文
Chigase-machi
Elegance of changing seasons…
Experience the streets
and the houses rich in natural beauty
Contact
■Hinode-town Economics Division
■Hinode-town Tourism Association
TEL.042-597-0511
http://www.town.hinode.tokyo.jp/
MAP P13 A-2
Shidare-Akashide
MAP P13 B-1
MAP P13 B-1
Hanashobu-no-Sato [Iris Village]
Ogunofuji
It is Shidare-Akashide, a national natural monument, standing near Sajigami Shrine.
In Hanashobu-no-Sato [Iris Village] which is made in a fallow field in Tamanouchi area, 100
kinds, 3000 irises are Blossoming.
Ogunofuji is four hundred years old and one of the natural monuments of Tokyo.
Top of Mt. Hinodeyama Night view from the top of Mt. Hinodeyama Shiroiwa-no-Taki Waterfall
course
WALK Hiking
Mt. Hinodesan
647
Mt. Hinodeyama Hiking Course
1
Ome City
Mt. Hinodeyama
902 ▲←
20
m
Agokakeiwa
Rock
Kuromo
in Rock 0min
←2
←30min
Monument of
Hiraigawa River Source
Junction of
new and old roads Mitsusawa
Matsuo Bus Stop
←15
min
Mitsusawa Junction
Oguno
Shiraiwa-no-Taki
Waterfall Entrance
←5min
Matsuo
5
←1
in
Hinode Town
卍
n
mi
MAP P12 A-2
Kanyo-no-Sato Bus Stop
▼ 15 min.
Shiraiwa-no-Taki Waterfall Entrance
▼ 20 min.
Shiraiwa-no-Taki Waterfall
▼ 60 min.
Mt. Asoyama
▼ 35 min.
Top of Mt. Hinodeyama
1
Tsurutsuru Hot Spring
5m
Shiraiwa-no-Taki Waterfall is located at the source of clear water,
Hiraigawa River. It is the greatest
waterfall in Hinode and consists
of three levels; The first is a drop
of 8.5 meters, the second is 12
meters and the third is 15 meters.
★Required time: Approx. 2 hours
10 minutes
Ome City
←3
Shiraiwa-no-Taki
Waterfall Course
Matsuo Bus Stop
▼ 5 min.
Mitsuzawa Junction
▼ 15 min.
Junction of new and old roads
▼ 30 min.
Agokakeiwa Rocks
▼ 20 min.
Kuromoiwa Rocks
▼ 20 min.
Top of Mt. Hinodeyama
B
▲ Mitsumuroyama
卍
Hinode Kanyo-no-Sato
2
Akiruno City
▲ 794
←60
min
Shiraiwa-no-Taki Waterfall
Hiking Course
0
1 : 35,000
←
20
mi
n
Course
The name “Hinode-town” is
derived from Mt. Hinodesan.
Its altitude is 902 meters and
the Kanto plains and the
Chichibu mountains can be
viewed from the top of the
mountain.
Required time: Approx. 1
hour 30 minutes
A
MAP P12 A-1
Kanyo-no-sato
Bus Stop
Shiraiwa-no-Taki
Waterfall
Sakana-en (Fish Garden)
1km
A
12
B
Kanyo
2
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Tangible cultural asset of Tokyo
5-- Sedentary statue of
Center for the cities and the farm
and mountain villages
Hinode Kanyo-no-Sato
wooden Enmao
MAP P12 B-2
Hosenin Temple, 860 Ooazahirai, Hinode-town
TEL.042-597-5290
MAP P13 D-2
Open 10:30~18:00(Tasting corner<restaurant on 2nd floor> is
open 11:30~16:00 weekdays and 10:30~17:30 on weekends and
holidays) Close: Tuesdays(Next when falls on a holiday)
Parking
http://www.gws.ne.jp/home/kanyou/index.htm
MAP P12 B-1
Hot springs for lifelong youth
HOTSPRING Hinode Mitsuzawa
Tsurutsuru Hot Springs
The “sedentary statue of wooden Enmao” in
Hosenin Temple is believed to be made by
Ryokai, a master craftsman of Buddhist image,
in the middle of the Muromachi Era. It is made
of Hinoki cypress by assembling pieces of
wood. It is selected as one of the cultural assets of Tokyo.
Homemade dishes using
local agricultural products
can be enjoyed at this facility.
Hinode Town
The water is alkaline. The name, “Tsurutsuru Hot Springs” came from its smooth (tsurutsuru) feeling. There are two large baths
of a European style and a Japanese style
(with outdoor bath).
Running only on
weekends and holidays
FISHING Leisure facility by clear stream
Sakana-en [Fish Garden]
MAP P12 B-2
Japanese style large bath
Japanese style outdoor bath
TEL.042-597-4911 FAX.042-597-4912
Open 9:00~16:00
Parking Close:first and third Tuesdays(October ~ February:
Every Tuesday)
TEL.042-597-1126 Open 9:00~20:00(Enter by 19:00)
Close: Tuesdays(Next day when falls on a holiday),End
and beginning of the year Parking
Admission Fee (for 3 hours)Adults:(junior high students
and above) 800 yen,Students: (Elementary) 400 yen
http://www.qws.ne.jp/home/hinode/
Bunka-no-Mori Forest
5-Monument of the Japan-
Ice cream
and soft ice cream
made from
fresh jersey milk
U.S. Summit Meeting
MAP P13 C-1
This monument was erected to commemorate
the Ron-Yasu Meeting held in Hinode Lodge in
November 1983.
Ice cream and soft ice cream made from
fresh milk of jersey cows bred in local farms
is very popular! It is sold at Hinode Kanyono-Sato ice cream factory. (Soft ice cream:
280 yen)
Rainbow trout fishing and barbeque can be enjoyed all year round. The popular “Masakado
Udon noodles” is recommended.
ver
Sakamoto
卍
Iwai
wa Ka
id
Minokuchi
卍
▲454
Kitahara
Taiheiyo Cement
卍
Kayakubo
Arai
Bouhei
卍
文
卍
Habu
2
Fureai Direct Sales Store of
Agricultural Products
Nishi-hirai
Kariyado
Taiheiyo Material
1 : 33,000
A
1km
Hinode Houses
Akiruno City
Yanoiri
Akigawa
Cemetery
Tokoin Temple 卍
Myokengu
Nishi-hirai
Shioda
Bridge
卍
Hinode Town Office
Tsurutsuru Hot Spring
Entrance
Hinodegaoka
文
Hirai
Hinode Field Archery
Ochiai
Kayakubo
Sajigami
Kozukue
Sedentary statue of
wooden Enmao
Hinode Town
Kirin-kan
文
Monument of the
Japan-U.S. Summit Meeting
Ogunofuji
卍
Shidare-Akashide
1
Sugao
Sakamoto
卍
Oguno
Elementary School
0
Akiruno City
Hanashobu-no-Sato
[Iris Village]
Oguno
Tamanouchi
1
D
iver
Koikawa R
Akiga
Hiraigawa Ri
C
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B
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Ken
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Og
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A
Nakano
文
Townspeople's
Ground
Dojo
Himawari-en
13
2
Shimohirai
Miyoshino-seibo
Higashi-honjuku
C [Sunflower Garden]
Yokosawa B
卍
Kamihirai
文
Sannai
Yoshinoshimohirai
Hinode I.C.
Asia Univ.
Baseball Ground
D
Let’s go on a historical trip,
feeling the grandeur of nature
Contact
■Akiruno City Tourism Division
TEL.042-558-1111
http://www.city.akiruno.tokyo.jp/
■Tourist Information Center at Itsukaichi Station
TEL.042-596-0514
http://www.akiruno.com/
MAP P14 D-2
MAP P15 B-2
MAP P14 B-2
Akigawa Fureai Land
Akigawa Fureai Land
Akigawabashi Bridge Kasen Park
TEL.042-550-4989 Open: 8:30~16:00 (Enter by 12:30)
Close: Wednesdays (Open for holidays) Parking
Riverside Park Ichinotani
Akigawabashi Bridge Kasen Park
TEL.042-596-5122 Open: 8:30~15:30 (Enter by 12:30)
Close: Tuesdays (Open for holidays) Parking
Akigawa Fureai Land is a barbeque spot easily accessible from the Chuo highway.
In Akigawabashi Bridge Kasen Park, the barbeque grounds are spreading over the entire
riverbank. It is recommended to bring bathing suits for water dabbling! Barbeque also can be
enjoyed at Riverside Park Ichinotani.
Riverside Park Ichinotani
TEL.042-550-3789 Open: 8:30~16:00 (Enter by 12:30)
Close: Wednesdays (Open for holidays) Parking
Amusement spot
Tokyo Summer Land
MAP P14 B-2
TEL.042-558-6511
Open 10:00~17:00(Second and fourth Saturdays, Sundays, and
Holidays: 9:00~18:00)
Close: Thursdays, 12/31, 1/1(Open during school is out for
holidays between 12/1 and 2/5) Parking
http://www.summerland.co.jp/
It is a general leisure facility with swimming
pools and an amusement park in the extensive
space. There are attractions such as all-weather indoor wave-pool and an outside swimming
pool with a waterslide and powerful screamers.
A
B
C
D
Ozaki Kannon
Hinode Town Office
Kusahana
Sedooka
Sannai
Yokosawa
Daihiganji
Temple
Akigawa
Musashimasuko
Tateya
Itsukaichi
Farmers Center
Uenodai
Yamada
Todohara
Itsukaichi Kaido
Omineda
Shimoyotsugi
Ajiro
0
Hachioji
City
1km
Aburadai
Riverside Park Ichinotani
Tokyo Summer Land
B
Ushinuma
A
e
a Riv
kigaw
Akirubashi Bridge
Amema
Fussa
City
Hirasawahigashi
Ninomiya
Higashiakiru
Mutsumibashi Dori
Ogawa
r
Higashiakirubashi
Bridge
Shimokubo
Ogawa
Akigawa Fureai Land
Kikkake
C
14
文
Amema
Ushinuma
A
Line
Aburadai
Nakamura
Sake Brewery
Hikida
1 : 45,000
Itsukaichi
1
Archeological Museum
Akikawa
Farmers Center
Kamiyotsugi
Fuchikami
Tamabashi
Bridge
Ninomiya Ninomiya
Itsukai chi-kaido Rd.
Akiruno City
Yamadaohashi
Bridge
2
Hirasawa
Akigawa
Yamada
Fussa City
Office
Shinkaibashi
Bridge
Harakomiya
Akiruno
City Office
411
Musashihikida
Itsukaichi Fine Plaza
Takiyama-kaido Rd.
Hinode Town
1
Fussa
Nagatabashi
Bridge
Hinode I.C.
Hachioji
D
City
Ninomiyahigashi
Mutsumi-bashi
Bridge 2
Ogawa-higashi
5--
Learning the history and culture
MAP P15 B-2
Itsukaichi Folk Art Museum
MAP P14 A-1
MAP P14 C-1
MAP P15 B-2
TEL.042-596-4069 Open 9:30~16:30
5--
Parking Close: Tuesdays and Wednesdays (Close next day as
well when Wednesday is a holiday),Holidays, End and beginning
of the year
Kotokuji Temple
Daihiganji Temple
Ozaki Kannon
Kotokuji Temple has Tarayo tree behind the main temple and big Kaya tree at the north of the
priest's living quarters, and the entire temple is the designated historic site of Tokyo.
Daihiganji Temple’s wooden Amida Triad is designated as one of the important cultural assets in
Japan. Kannondo hall in front of the main hall of Houzouji Temple is called Ozaki Kannon and is
believed that it is built by Kobodaishi by the order of Minamotono Yoritomo.
FISHING
There are a replica of one of the private draft of
the constitutions made by the national group of
movement for democratic rights, “Draft of the Itsukaichi Constitution”, found in a storehouse in
the city in 1968 and fossils found in the Paleozoic and the Cenozoic era strata in the city displayed in this museum.
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Famous trout fishing spot in Kanto area
Akigawa International
Trout Fishing Hall
Akigawa Farmers Center
Akigawa Corn
MAP P14 D-2
MAP P15 A-1
Akigawa Farmers Center
TEL.042-559-1600 Open 9:00~17:00 Open daily Parking
TEL.042-596-0568 Open 8:00~16:00 Close: 12/29~1/4
Parking Admission Fee: 3000 yen/day/person
The Itsukaichi Kaido is called the “Corn Road”.
Akigawa corn is popular for barbeque and as
souvenirs. It is also sold at the Akigawa Farmers Center.
Akiruno City
Draft of the
Itsukaichi Constitution
Experience the primitive
and ancient civilizations
5-- Ninomiya Archeological
This fishing ground is utilizing the stream of Yozawagawa River.
Museum
MAP P14 D-2
TEL.042-559-8400 Open 10:00~16:00
Close: Mon. and Tues., End and beginning of the year Parking
FISHING
Sports Fishing
Yozawa Flies Only
Fishing Hall
Snowy mountain
of Annabel
MAP P15 A-1
TEL.042-596-5108 Open 9:00~17:00 Close: Oct. ~ Feb.
Parking Admission Fee: 4500 yen/day/person
Ninomiya Archeological Museum has ruins of Ninomiyajinja Shrine area and earthen
vessels and stone implements found in the city.
It is in the “Flower Village” in Tokyo Summer
Land. Hydrangeas are growing gregariously.
Flies only fishing ground is the “sacred ground”
mountain stream for fly fishing lovers.
B
A
Furusato Craft Atelier
MAP P15 A-2
"Itsukaichi"
0
1 : 48,000
1km
wa
aga
aw
Yoz iver
R
Experience the skills of hand-making
Hinode Town
Akiruno Municipal Shizen-Kyuyo-Mura
Yozawa Center
Fukasawa
TEL.042-596-6000
Open 10:00~16:00 Close: Wednesdays Parking
1 Mt. Mazukariyama
1
Yozawa Flies Only Fishing Hall
▲ 884.0
Yozawa
Klein Garten Norabo
文
Akiruno City ▲ 468
Irino
Akigawa International
Trout Fishing Hall
Sannai
Itsukaichi
Itsukaichi Folk Itsukaichi
Art Museum Branch Office
Otsu
Hinohara
Village
Konakano
Jurigi
2
Hinohara Ka
ido
Nitago
Nozaki Sake Brewery
▲ 434.1
Furusato Craft Atelier Itsukaichi
rigawa
Bonbo
River
A
15
2
Akigawabashi Bridge
Kasen Park
Itsukaichi Youth
Travel Village
Todohara
Kotokuji Temple
K
Riv ariyos
er ega
wa
You can experience Japanese paper (Washi) making,
ceramics, and various dyeing. Why don't you give it a
try?
Musashiitsukaichi
Konpira Park
Kowada
B
Metropolitan
Komine Park
Walk through the town surrounded
by mountains, water,
and lots of green in a relaxed mood
Contact
■Okutama Town Tourism and Industry Division
TEL.0428-83-2112
http://www.town.okutama.tokyo.jp/
■Okutama Town Information Center
TEL.0428-83-2152
http://www.okutama.gr.jp/
5--
Important source of water supply for
residents in Tokyo
Okutama-ko Lake
MAP P16
Okutama-ko Lake provides approximately 20%
of water Tokyoites use. Changes of seasons
coloring the lakeside and silent surface of the
lake reflecting it are producing dreamy scenes
every day.
Floating bridge for pedestrian
Okutama
5-- Okutama Mizu-to-Midori-no-
Okutama-ko Lake does not stop attracting visitors
Fureaikan
MAP P16 B-1
A
Local history and culture. It explains the water
source for Tokyoites, rich nature of Okutama,
and dam structures etc.
TEL.0428-86-2731 Open 9:30~17:00 Close: Wednesdays
(next day when falls on a holiday), End and beginning of the
year. Parking Admission: Free
http://www.waterworks.metro.tokyo.jp/
B
Minedani Valley Fishing Spot
Minedanigawa Mountain
Stream Fishing Spot
1 0
Nakayama Tunnel
▲ 1169.3
Sakai
Shirahige Tunnel
Mizu-to-Midori-noFreaikan
1 : 53,000
Okutama-ko Lake
1km
Sogaku
Valley
Omugishiro Tunnel
Murosawa Tunnel
Sakamoto Tunnel
Ogochi
Dam
411
1
Momogasawa
Tunnel
Ome Kaido
Kochi
Okutama
Lake
Okutama Town
O kutam
a
2
Ci
2
▲ 940.0
Hara
Doramukanbashi
Bridge
Miyamabashi
Bridge
Okutama-ko Lake
rcl
e
Line
Kawano
▲ 979.1
A
16
Yama-no-Furusato Mura Village
B
1050
Hinohara
Village
FISHING Camping, fishing, playing in river
5--
Okutama Tomin-no-Mori Forest
Hikawa Valley
Taiken-no-Mori Forest
MAP P17 A-2
Exhibit nature for easy understanding
Okutama Visitor Center
MAP P17 A-2
MAP P17 A-1
TEL.0428-83-3631 Open 9:00~16:30 Close: Tuesdays (next
day when falls on a holiday),End and beginning of the year, GW,
open daily during summer Parking
Lodging charges Adults:2000 yen, Students (high school and
below):1000 yen
http://www.tomin-no-mori.com/
It is a facility to learn roles and importance of
forests by coming in the deep contact with nature through experiencing forestry and mountain
village living.
It is about 6~7 minutes walk from JR Ome line
Okutama station. Hikawa Valley which has
large bank and riffle is the most popular spot among main stream areas.
TEL.0428-83-2037 Open 9:00~16:30 Close: Mondays (Next
day when falls on a holiday) Parking Admission: Free
http://www2.kankyo.metro.tokyo.jp/
Dioramas and panel pictures are displayed and
videos and slideshows about nature are also
shown in the center. Events such as nature
seminars are held all the time.
House of
Tochikimori Forest
WALK
Excavation of
Kazuma
Hatonosu
Hatonosu Small Bridge
Shiromaru
Machilus thunbergii
of Koritsuki
Kori
Okutama Town
MAP P17 A-1
Hikawa Campsite
Two and a half hours away from the center of
Tokyo. It is a camping ground where you can
enjoy nature of Okutama throughout the year. It
is also famous as a habitat of giant frying squirrels.
411
To Ome
TEL.0428-83-2134
Hatonosu Valley
http://www.okutamas.co.jp/hikawa/
To Enzan
In the Edo Era, the road cutting through quay of Kazuma was opened
after a difficult construction to avoid rough road going over mountains
when going for Hikawa. Now it is loved by many hikers as the Okutama old road.
A
B
Hikawa
Osawa International Fishing Spot
0
Tanazawa
Hikawa International Fishing Sport
1km
Hatonosu
卍
Shiromaru
1
1 : 48,000
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Ome Line
1
Rd
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Okutama Town Office
HOTSPRING
MAP P17 A-1
Okutama Visitor Center
Hikawa Tunnel
Okutama hot springs
Tourist Information Center
Moegi-no-Yu
The clear stream of
Tamagawa River and a
mountain range viewable from the open-air
bath is the selling point
of this Onsen.
Hatonosu
Valley
Shiromaru
Okutama
Shirahige Tunnel
Okutama Hot Spring Moegi-no-Yu
Shin-Hikawa Tunnel
▲ 759.8
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Om
Hashizume Tunnel
2
Hikawa Valley
(Hikawa Campsite)
Sogaku
Valley
2
Unazawa
TEL.0428-82-7770 Open 9:30~21:30(Enter by 23:30)
December ~ March: Close at 19:00(Enter by 18:30)
Close: Mondays (Next day when falls on a holiday)
Parking Admission Fee Adults (junior h. s. students and
older): 750 yen,Elementary school students: 400 yen
http://www.okutamas.co.jp/moegi/
Taiken-no-Mori
Forest
Tochiyori-Otaki Waterfall
A
▲ 981
Mt. Mitakesan
B
17
Mitsugama-no-Taki
Waterfall
Natural monument of Tokyo
5-Nippara
Limestone Cave
5--
TEL.0428-83-8491 Open 8:00~17:00(November ~ March: Close at 16:30)
Open daily Parking
Admission Fee Adults :600 yen,Students(Junior high school): 400
yen,Students (Elementary school): 300 yen
http://www.nippara.com/
MAP P18 A-1
Village of Okutama giant trees
Nippara Shinrin-kan
MAP P18 A-2
TEL.0428-83-3300 Open 10:00~17:00(Close at 16:00 during
Winter) Close: Mondays (Next day when falls on a holiday),End
and beginning of the year Parking Admission fee Adults:200
yen, Students (Junior H.S. and below):100 yen
http://www.nippara.com/
Nippara is famous for having the most giant
trees in the country. It is the facility where you
can feel attraction of giant trees and forest.
Mt. Kawanoriyama
mountain trail
WALK Hyakuhiro-noTaki Waterfall
MAP P18 B-1
It used to be a Mecca of
mountain beliefs, and offertory and old copper mirrors are found from inside
of the cave. The temperature is 11 degrees centigrade throughout the year.
The tour course is like a
three-dimensional maze
and takes about 40 minutes. This cave is the
largest in scale in the Kanto area.
It is one of the best falls
representing Okutama.
The magnificent clear
stream which falls for
40 meters against the
view of each season
can be fully enjoyed
from the mountain trail.
★ Required time for
round trip: 3 hours and
45 minutes
5-5--
Taking a little break
Nippara Furusato Art Museum
One of the best trees in New Japan
MAP P18 A-2
Kurasawa Hinoki (Japanese Cypress)
Open 10:00~17:00 Close: Mondays (Next day when falls on a
holiday), end and beginning of the year Parking
Admission: free
MAP P18 A-2
Works of the late
Saburo Kurata,
the great painter
and others are
displayed.
Even though the tree is estimated to be 600 years old, the locals
call it the “Thousand-year-old Hinoki”. It is a giant tree with 34 meters in height and 6.3 meters in trunk circumference. It is the
biggest wild tree in Tokyo and is selected one of the best trees in
Japan.
5--
Okutama Station
▼ Bus 15 min.
Kawanoribashi Bridge
▼ 90 min.
Hyakuhiro-no-Taki Waterfall
▼ 120 min.
Mt. Kawanoriyama
Natural molding
Bonteniwa Rock
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A
1 : 56,000
B
1km
MAP P18 A-1
It has the height of 90 meters and shapes like a
spire. It is a masterpiece of natural molding
which Nippara’s soil with a lot of lime created.
Nippara
1
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Bonteniwa Rock
Nippara Limestone Cave
ver
Hyakuhiro-no-Taki Waterfall
▲ 1254.8
Okutama Town
Limestone Cave
Kurasawa-no-Hinoki
Nippara Furusato Art Museum
Nippara Tunnel
Nippara-kaido Rd.
2
Nippara Mountain
Stream Fishing Spot
Higashi Nippara
Hijiri Daki Waterfall
Nippara Shinrin-kan
Nippara
Valley
Otaki Waterfall
Mt. Honitayama
A
18
B
Hikawa
1224.5 ▲
2
Nature experiencing facility
Handicrafts items and paintings with
Japanese atmosphere
Yama-no-Furusato
Mura Village
5-- Seseragi-no-sato
FISHING
Let’s Go Fishing!
Village Art Museum
MAP P16 A-2
MAP P19 B-2
TEL.0428-86-2551 Open 9:00~16:30
Close: End and beginning of the year Parking
TEL.0428-85-1109 Open 10:00~17:00 Close: Mondays (next
day when falls on a holiday) Parking
Admission fee Adults: 300 yen, Children:200 yen
http://www.okutamas.co.jp/seseragi/
Let’s go to one of the fishing spots while
enjoying the beauty of valley of Tamagawa
River.
Otabagawa
international
Fishing Spot
MAP P19 B-1
TEL.0428-85-2235 Open 7:00~16:00
Close: Mondays, Last Sundays, End and beginning of the
year Parking
http://www.ohtabaturiba.com/
5--
Designated natural monument of
Tokyo
5-- Machilus Thunbergii of
Beauty of the nature’s creation
Koritsuki
Hatonosu Valley
MAP P19 A-1
Hikawa
International
Fishing Spot
MAP P17 A-1
TEL.0428-83-2147
Close: December ~ February Parking
http://www.okutama.gr.jp/
Osawa
International
Trout Fishing Spot
Okutama Town
This facility has themes of “communing with nature” and “life culture of nature”. There are accommodations and camping grounds. Substantial experiencing menus such as crafts using natural materials, etc. are offered.
This museum exhibits works of art and handicrafts items related to nature and culture of
Okutama. In the old house style building, there
is a fireplace, and the relaxed atmosphere can
be enjoyed.
MAP P17 A-1
TEL.0428-83-3267
MAP P17 B-1
Open 7:00~17:00(Open at 6:30 on Sundays and holidays)
Close: December ~ February Parking
Nippara
Mountain Stream
Fishing Spot
MAP P18 A-1
TEL.0428-83-2794
Close: December ~ February Parking
http://www.nippara.com/
Minedanigawa
Mountain Stream
Fishing Spot
Big trunk circumference of over 8 meters and
roots overhanging the ground tell of the history
of this big tree. It is designated one of the natural monuments of Tokyo.
1 : 34,000
0
Open 8:00~17:00
Close: December ~ February Parking
http://www.minedanigawa.com/
A
▲ 690.3
1km
Okutama Town
Machilus thunbergii of
Koritsuki
Kori
Otabagawa River
Kotaba
卍
B
Otabagawa international
Fishing Spot
Minamisawa
Mt. Zumadoyama
1
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Kawai
Hatonosu
Kawai
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River
agawa
Sunniw
This valley was created
by Tamagawa River
eroded away Chichibu
old stratification. It is
the best seeing that
Tamagawa River, which
flows under the cliff of
about 40 meters high,
flows among huge
rocks and rocks of fantastic shapes.
MAP P16 A-1
TEL.0428-86-2623
▲ 759.8
A
Tanzaburo
2
Kawai Campsite
Seseragi-no-Sato Art Museum
Umezawa
B
19
Ome City
Play absorbedly
in the river at the source of the Akigawa Valley
against the deep mountains.
Contact
■Hinohara Village Industrial and Environmental Division
TEL.042-598-1011
http://www.vill.hinohara.tokyo.jp/
■Hinohara Village Tourism Association
TEL.042-598-0069
Hundred best falls in Japan
5-- Hossawa-no-Taki
5--
Elegance of the falls and scenic beauty
Kichijoji Waterfalls
Waterfall
5--
Designated natural monument of Tokyo
Kanotoiwa Rock
MAP P21 D-2
MAP P21 D-2
This is a mysterious falls with the legend that
says that a large snake used to live at bottom of
the waterfalls. It is magnificent to see the water
falls about 60 meters in four stages. It is beautiful to see the frozen falls in winter.
The falls is at about 450 meters upstream of Minami Akigawa River from the confluence of Minami and Kita Akigawa Rivers. The ravine from
the falls to the confluence is
Tachibanakyo Ravine.
MAP P21 C-1
It is a big rock about 100 meters in height and 140 meters
in width at the upper stream
of Kanotogawa River. Natural
art standing in front of you is
the best. You can go to the
backside through the tunnel
between rocks.
Let’s become a child
again and play in water
Akigawa Valley where thaw water and springs
flow into is clear and cold even in summer so
that it is the best place for playing and bathing.
There are lots of ways to enjoy such as boating
and fishing in the mountain stream. There are
facilities for camping and barbecuing.
Lot of fish can be seen in the limpid stream
Hossawa-no-taki Falls
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Water is cold even in summer at Akigawa Valley
Enjoying natural forest of beech trees
Hinohara village regional exchange center
Mori Forest
Mori-no-Gakko
(Forest School)
5-- Hinohara Tomin-no-
MAP P21 A-1
Homemade
Konnyaku
(Yam cake)
MAP P21 D-2
TEL.042-598-0069 Close: Tuesdays Parking
TEL.042-598-6006 Close: Mondays Parking
http://www.tomin-no-mori.com/
It is a facility offering
experiencing classes which you can
touch the local tradition. You can try
buckwheat noodles
making, bean paste
making and woodwork in the class.
Discovery!
Tasty food
Hinohara pickles
Specialty of Hinohara
Village such as Yuzu
wine, bean paste,
pickled plums, homemade vegetables and fruit,
etc. are sold at “Yamabukiya”, the tourism association direct sales store of special products.
Introducing the life of the village
5-- Hinohara Village Folk
It is a mountain park located on a side of Mt.
Santozan, the highest peak in the Okutama
three mountains. It is a vast expanse of the forest of 200 ha with scenes which changes season by season and where you can come in contact with plants and animals.
Reference Library
TEL.042-598-0429 Open 9:00~17:00
Close: During Winter Parking
MAP P21 C-1
5--
TEL.042-598-0880 Open 9:30~17:00(December ~ March
10:00~16:00) Close: Tuesdays Parking
It exhibits excavations
of the Nakanohira ruins, old documents
handed down in the
village, and farming
tools for sericulture,
etc.
WALK
HOTSPRING
Hinohara
hot spring center
Designated by Tokyo
Ruins
MAP P21 D-2
It is ruins of the castle which
was built to protect against
Kai Mr. Takeda. It is believed
that Kisshoji Temple at the
foot of the mountain is remains of the hall.
Hiking course
Sengen One Course
MAP P21 A-2
Interesting Place Names
in Hinohara
Honjuku
MAP P21 A-2
▼ 5 min.
It is alkaline simple
springs and effective
for restoration from
exhaustion and promotion of health.
TEL.042-598-6789 Open 10:00~22:00(Enter by 20:00)
December ~ March: Close at 19:00(Enter by 17:00)
Close: Mondays (Next day when falls on a holiday)
Parking Admission Fee (for 3 hours) Adults (Junior H.S.
students and over):800 yen, Elementary school students:
400yen http://www.kazumanoyu.com/
Hinohara has waterfalls and places that
are hard to read for
first-time visitors. You
will see the names
everywhere which are
not understandable by
reading Kanji character a normal way.
Asking the locals is the
best way to find out!
The One Road used to be used as a back road
of the Koshu Kaido. Now, it is a hiking course
with a nice view. ★ Time required for round
trip: 5 hours and 30 minutes
Mt. Tsukiyomiyama A
B
1147 ▲
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D
Kanoto
Tsuzura Rock
Kanotoiwa Rock
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Okutama
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Fujihara
Takaguro Rock
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Sayaguchi-toge Pass
Hinohara Village
Folk Reference Library Tengu-no-Taki Waterfall
Mt. Toyama
▲
1302
Mitsugo
Kurakake
Shinrin-kan Hall
River
Sengen-one Ridge
←
1h
r1
5m
in
1h
Kazuma
Hinohara Hot Spring Center
Kazuma-no-Yu
Henbori-toge Pass
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Mt. Makiyoseyama
▲1188
2 Saiharatoge Pass
←15min→ Mt. Sengenrei
903.0 ▲
Mt. Obaneyama
Henbori
Uenohara Town
1 : 63,000
0
←45min
1km
A
Uzuhiki Pass
Mt. Maruyama
▲1098.3
35min→
Hinohara Village
Mi
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Hinohara
Village Office
Tossaka-toge Pass
Sengen-one
Hiking Course
r2
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Shiroiwazawa
Hinohara
Tomin-no-Mori
Forest
文
文
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5m
←1
Motoshuku
ive
Kami-motogo
Hossawa-no-Taki
Waterfall
Shimo-motogo
▲ 933.7
Ruins of Hinohara Castle
13 Buddha Statues of Kisshoji Temple
Kisshoji Temple Waterfall
2
Hinohara Village
Regional Exchange Center
"Forest School"
wa
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Mt. Mazukariyama
Ozawa
Kitaakigawa
Kita
Valley
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Riv
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Akiruno
City
Usukiyama
842.1 ▲
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Kamikawanori
B
C
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Nango
Direct Sales Store of
Specialty Products,
Yamabuki-ya
D
Hinohara Village
Hossawa-no-Taki Waterfall
▼ 15 min.
Tokizaka Pass
▼ 30 min.
Sengen Peak
▼ 20 min.
Henbori Pass
▼ 20 min.
Starting point of climbing Sengen One
Kazuma-no-Yu
Overwhelmed
by magnificent drama viewed
from car windows.
Attracted by its mysterious beauty.
Contact
■Tabayama Village Tourism and Industry Division
■Tabayama Village Tourism Association
TEL.0428-88-0211
http://www.vill.tabayama.yamanashi.jp/
The great springs of the source water of
Tamagawa River
HOTSPRING Tabayama Hot Spring
Nomekoi Yu
MAP
P23 D-2
TEL.0428-88-0026 Open 10:00~20:00(Enter by 19:00) November 1 ~
March 31 10:00~19:00(Enter by 18:00) End of the year 10:00~17:00(Enter by
16:00) Close: Thursdays (next day when falls on a holiday) Parking
Admission Fee (for 3 hours): Adults 600 yen, children 300 yen
http://www.vill.tabayama.yamanashi.jp/
It is a hot springs located in the peaceful mountain village
in the Taba Valley. It is the great springs of source of the
Tamagawa River. It is good for skin in addition to the
common effects such as neuralgia, myalgia, poor circulation, and recovery from the exhaustion, etc. Roman-style
bath built with stones and Japanese-style bath built with
Hinoki can be enjoyed alternately by week by gender (one
week shift system by gender). Both baths have a sauna
room and a spacious outdoor bath.
The parking for hot springs by the Ome
Kaido and Nomekoi Yu across from the
Tabagawa River are connected by a
suspension bridge.
“Roman-style bath” with the high ceiling
Local products for souvenirs
-)6 Direct Sales Store of Agricultural
and Forest Products
MAP
P23 D-2
TEL.0428-88-7070 Open 10:00~17:00
November 1 ~ March 31 10:00~16:30
day when falls on a holiday) Parking
Close: Thursdays(Next
It is the direct sales store of agricultural and
forest products located adjacent to the
parking. The store
sells local agricultural
and forest products in
season.
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FISHING
Let’s fish rainbow trout and
brook trout
Tasty local dishes
The largest scale in Japan
-)6 Sobadokoro Yamabiko-an
Village-Run
Fishing Spot
Roller Slide
[Noodle Shop]
MAP
MAP
MAP
P23 C-2
TEL.0428-88-0800 Open 8:00~17:00
Close: Tuesdays(Next day when falls on a holiday) Open daily
in July, August and GW
Parking
P23 C-2
TEL.0428-88-0700
Open March 15 ~ November 30 10:00~17:00 Close: Thursdays
(Next day when falls on a holiday) Open daily in July, August
and GW Parking
P23 D-2
TEL.0428-88-0466
Open March 15 ~ September 30 9:00~17:00
October 1 ~ November 30 9:00~16:00
Close: Wednesdays (Next day when falls on a holiday) Open
daily in July, August and GW Parking
Admission Fee Adults:400Yen, Children:200 Yen
It is the village-run fishing ground constructed
by utilizing the riverbed of the Tabagawa River.
Fishing of mountain stream fish can be enjoyed.
There are children are absorbed in trying to
catch fish in the shallows of Kaisawagawa River. They offer the service of cleaning fish you
caught.
Buckwheat Noodles are Tabayamaユs local dish.
At Yamabiko-an, they grind buckwheat which
grew in the local farms with a stone grinder in
the water mill. horseradish for spice, of course,
is locally produced. It is delicious noodles
which pure water from the source of the Tamagawa River delivers.
It is the largest roller slide with the entire length
of 247 meters and 42 meters of the elevation difference. Enjoy the thrill of a 2 minutes and 30
seconds ride looking down the Taba Valley.
Experience the history
5-- Local Ethologic
Oirando Temple
Reference Museum
MAP P23 D-2
TEL.0428-88-0170 Open April 1 ~ November 30 9:00~16:00
Close: Tuesdays and Thursdays(Next day when falls on a
holiday) Parking
Enjoying a barbecue
River
B
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C
rasawa
A
The museum exhibits valuable materials such as
village history of living, folk entertainment, wild
animals found in the village etc.
Kinoshita Family Camping Grounds
▲
Oirando Temple
Village-run Sports Ground
1342.9
Nametoro
1
1
Taba Valley
Tab
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Tabayama
Village Office
Ome
Kaid
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411
Okuaki
ver
Taba
Okuaki Tent Village
文
Green Road
Okuaki Camping Village
Tabayama Village
Enzan
City
Mt. Ashizawayama
2
▲
1271.9
0
文
卍
Yamabiko-bashi Bridge
(Melody Bridge)
"Odaki Waterfall, Medaki Waterfall"
1 : 31,000
Village-run Fishing Spot
Sobadokoro Yamabiko-an
(Noodle Shop) Green Road
Local Ethnological Library
Takao
A
B
C
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Tabayama Hot Spring
Nomekoi Yu
Azuma
Campsite
Exchange Center
Kameya Green River Bungalow
1km
Direct sales store of
Tabayama village
agricultural and forest
products
Kobu Camping
Village
Japan's Longest
Roller Slide
D
2
Tabayama Village
Fishing spot
When the Takeda Family was destroyed, 55
courtesans were pushed into the “Oiran
Depth” and killed to protect the secrecy of
Kurokawa gold mine. It is said that people
in Taba built the temple to hold a service for
the bodies carried by the river.
Untouched rich nature.
Refresh at the water source of the river
searching for tasty water and fresh air
Contact
■Kosuge Village Tourism and Industry Division
TEL.0428-87-0111
http://www.vill.kosuge.yamanashi.jp/
■Kosuge Village Tourism Association
TEL.0428-87-0741
http://www.kosugemura.com/
5--
5--
Magnificent waterfalls coloring the valley’s beauty
Shiraito-no-Taki Waterfall
Festival of water, fire and taste
Tama Water Source Festival
MAP P25 A
One of the grand waterfalls located at the source of the Kosuge River is the Shiraito-no-Taki Waterfall. The view of the clear stream falling from 36 meters high
which looks delicate like a thread is a masterpiece. The source showing its dramatic look in spots flow through Tokyo and continue its long journey into Tokyo
Bay.
Shiraito-no-Taki Waterfall
MAP P25 B A-1
It is held on May 4, National
Holiday, every year. With a
few hundred of carp-shaped
streamers swimming under
the sky in the time of the new
green leaves, traditional performing arts, Daibosatsu
Goko Daiko(Buddhist saint’s
glory drums) and enjoyable
stage shows are performed
and the trout catching (with
hands) event is held during a
day. Stew made in the big
pot of 2 meters in diameter
called “Big Pot” is also popular. The climax of the festival
is the best pine tree burning
(Omatsuyaki) in Japan carried
out at night. Spectacular
view of the flame burning
high up in the night sky is the
best.
5--
Heroic and mystic waterfall
Odaki Waterfall
MAP P25 A
It is located at the source of
the Kosuge Valley, a little
deeper from the woodland
path. It is too quiet to believe
that it’s only 2 hours drive
from the center of Tokyo, and
it has a perfect atmosphere
for you to feel the mystery of
the nature. The Tamagawa
River changes its name to the
Kosugegawa River and flows
as a small stream blending
into the green scenery
around here.
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FISHING Home of trout at Tama headwaters
Experiencing the primitive life
Auto camp ground
Kosuge Fishing Village
Genshimura Village
Tobu Shinrin Park
Campsite
MAP P25 B B-1
TEL.0428-87-0837 Open 7:00~17:00 Parking
MAP P25 B B-1
MAP P25 B B-1
TEL.0428-87-0803 Open 9:00~17:00 Parking
TEL.0428-87-0435 Parking
There are 8 bungalows,
cabins (four 15 people
cabins and three 20
people cabins), 2 tennis
courts, and a ground.
The Kosugegawa River, which has Myoken-nokashira as its source and which flows into the
Okutama-ko Lake North of The DaibosatsuToge Pass, is the birthplace of the trout culture
which first succeeded in artificial breeding of
trout in Japan.
Tamagawa River Water Source
Research Institute
It is a camping ground where cottages modeled
on the pit and cave-style dwellings are popular.
Important cultural asset
5-- Nagasaku Kannondo
Temple
MAP P25 B B-2
It is the building from the Heian Era and is one
of the designated cultural assets in Japan.
Source experiencing tour
The Tamagawa River Water Source Research institute was founded as a part of the
“Village development at the source” project.
At the institute they research the nature and
culture of the Tamagawa River’s water
source and promote the experience and exchanging works utilizing its nature and culture of the Tamagawa source by spreading
the information about the results widely.
There are several courses such as “The
source. Daibosatsu discovery tour” and
“Old road at the source. Experiencing tour
of the forest protecting water source”, which
walk in the southern foot of the Daibosatsu,
and participants can enjoy an experiencing
tour which suits their purpose. The “Source
experiencing tour” is popular especially for
children from the city.
MAP P25 B A-1
HOTSPRING
TEL.0428-87-0888 Open April ~ October 10:00~19:00(Enter by 18:00)
November ~ March 10:00~18:00 (Enter by 17:00) Close: every fourth Friday,
Tama Genryu
1 Parking Admission fee Adults (Junior H.S. students and older):1200
Kosuge-no-Yu January
yen for 1 day, 600 yen for 3 hours Elementary school students: 700 yen for 1 day,
300 yen for 3 hours http://www.vill.kosuge.yamanashi.jp/
It is popular for its good quality of water. Skin immediately becomes smooth and mind will be relieved when going into the water. Customers give flattering comments such as “It’s the water for
the beauty!” At the Kosuge products store in font of the parking lot, unique products of Kosuge
such as local-produced agricultural and forest products in season and woodworks are sold.
Tamagawa River Water Source Research Institute
4383 Kosuge-mura, Kitatsuru-gun, Yamanashi-ken, 409-0211
TEL.0428-87-7055 FAX.0428-87-7057
http://www.tamagawagenryu.net/
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Shiraito-no-Taki Waterfall
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Nagasaku Kannondo
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Terakoya Shizenjuku
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Kosuge Village
小菅村
The Sources
Flowers, blooming at home of the sources
OKUTAMA/HINOHARA/KOSUGE/TABAYAMA
Flower
viewing point
Mt. Nagasawayama
Autumn foliage
viewing point
▲
▲
Mt. Araragiyama
Mt. Mitsuminesan
▲
Vaccinium praestans
Tabayama
Early in March ~
▲ Mt.
Late in April
Gorgeous view of azaleas is backing up
the beauty of the valley.
Kumotoriyama
Shoukumotoriyama
▲ Mt. Oborayama (Mt. Hiryuyama)
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Mt. Kumakurayama
Mt. Mutsuishiyama
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Doramukanbashi
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Mt. Tsukiyomiyama
Kosuge
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▲
Mt. Mitosan
Daibosatsu
Pass
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Tokyo Metro.
Autumn leaves at Kosuge valley
Japanese yellow rose
Tabayama
May ~ June
Colorful bright yellow flowers will blossom
under fine May weather.
Kosuge
Late in October ~ Early in November
Autumn leaves can be seen everywhere in Kosuge from autumn to the beginning of winter,
however, the color at the valley along the source
of the Tamagawa River is the best among others.
The blooming season may vary by year depending on
the weather conditions.Please contact municipalities
and tourism associations for the current information.
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Buckwheat flower
Kosuge
Middle of June, Middle of September
White and lovely flowers of buckwheat cultivated in the village are a “must-see”.
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Cherry trees at the lakeside
of Okutama-ko Lake
Autumn leaves of
Hatonosu Valley
Okutama
Okutama
Late in April ~ May
There are approximately 10,000 cherry
trees blooming all over around the lakeside
of extensive Okutama-ko Lake. The lakeside is colored with bright pink carpet.
Late in November
Autumn leaves which can be viewed from the
Hatonosu-kobashi bridge is one of the best
spots of autumn leaves in Ohtama area.
Dogtooth violet
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】April
Anemone flaccida
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】April
【Place】
Okutama,Hinohara, Tabayama
【Season】
Mid April ~ Early in May
Rhododendron pentaphyllum
【Place】Okutama
【Season】
Late in April ~ Early in May
Rhododendron dilatatum
【Place】
Okutama, Tabayama, Kosuge
【Season】April
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Ligularia dentata
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【Place】Okutama
【Season】
Late in July ~ Late in August
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Anemone nikoensis
Haya Daki Waterfall
Hijiri Daki Waterfall
【Place】Hinohara
【Season】April
▲Mt. Honitayama
Chloranthus japonicus
Shiromaru
Mt. Sogakusan
Hatonosu
【Place】Hinohara
【Season】April
▲
Kori
Kawai
Okutama
Autumn leaves at Kanotoiwa Rock
Hinohara
Late in November
“Kanotoiwa Rock”, a huge rock at the upper
stream of Kanotogawa River, is a natural monument of Tokyo. It is famous as a place for the
new green leaves and the autumn leaves.
Mt. Otsukayama ▲
Mt. Tenchizan
▲
Mitsugama-no-Taki
Waterfall
Otaki Waterfall
Violet
【Place】Hinohara
【Season】April
Asiatic globeflower
【Place】Hinohara
【Season】April
▲
Viola eizanensis
Epimedium grandiflorum
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】April
White trillium
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】April
Golden-banded lily
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
Mid July ~ Early in August
Bellflower
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
Mid June ~ Mid July
Impatiens textori
【Place】
Tabayama, Kosuge
【Season】
August ~ September
Tricyrtis latifolia
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
Late in July ~ Mid August
Adenophora remotiflora
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
Mid July ~ Mid September
Aconitum japonicum
Mt. Nabewariyama
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Rhododendron
【Place】Tabayama
【Season】April
▲ Mt. Otakesan
Otaki Waterfall
Buckwheat flower
【Place】
Tabayama, Kosuge
【Season】
Mid Jun, Mid September
Tengu-no-Taki
Waterfall
Mt. Mazukariyama ▲
Kita
Rive akigawa
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Wasabi flower
【Place】
Okutama, Hinohara, Kosuge
【Season】
Mid April ~ Early in May
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
Mid August ~ Late in September
Willow herb
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
Late in July ~ Mid August
Anemonopsis macrophylla
Crape myrtle
Hinohara
Village
▲
【Place】Tabayama
【Season】
July ~ September
Mt. Sengenrei
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
Early in August ~ Mid September
Lychnis niqueliana
Dogtooth violet of Mt. Gozenyama
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iver
Hinohara and Okutama
Middle to End of April
Along with Oobunaone ridge which starts from
Mountain top and Okutama-ko Lake, dogtooth
violets are growing gregariously along each
mountain trail.
Cherry trees on
Mt. Sengenrei
【Place】
Hinohara, Tabayama, Kosuge
【Season】May ~ June
Gentian
Rhododendron Kaempferi
【Place】
Tabayama, Kosuge
【Season】April ~ May
Cymbidium virescens
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】April
Anemone raddeana
Hinohara
Middle of April
Beautiful cherry blossoms are bloomed
all over along a hiking course of Mt. Sengenrei. Mt. Gozenyama, Mt. Otakesan,
and Mt. Fuji, when it is a fine day, can be
viewed from the space between cherry
trees at the mountain top.
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】April
Gentiana zollingeri
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
Mid April ~ Mid May
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【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
August ~ September
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】April
Bittersweet
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】April
Aquilegia Buergeriana
【Place】Kosuge
【Season】
Early in June ~ Mid August
Wild cherry tree
【Place】
Tabayama, Kosuge
【Season】
Mid April ~ Early in May
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Japan globeflower
The Roads
Lovely flowers coloring the roads.
MIZUHO/FUSSA/HAMURA/OME/HINODE/AKIRUNO
Wild
Birds
information
in
OHTAMA
Plum tree with red and white blossoms
in Yoshino-Baigo
Na
rik
Ome
March
Approximately 25,000 plum trees will be in full
bloom in the east and west of Tamagawa River
area.
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Sawai
Futamatao
Ome City
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Mt. Hinodeyama
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Shiroiwa-no-taki Water fall
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Anemonopsis macrophylla in Mt. Mitakesan /
Autumn leaves in Mitake Valley
Hamura
City
Hinode Town
Hamura
Higashifussa
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Musashiitsukaichi
Musashimasuko
Akigawa
April
Approximately 10,000 azaleas will be in full
bloom the top of Mr. Bentenyama near the Ajiro district.
The blooming season may vary by year depending on
the weather conditions.Please contact municipalities
and tourism associations for the current information.
Itsukai
c hi Line
Higashiakiru
Akig
awa
Matsuo-no-taki Waterfall
Late in June
Annabel which grows in the “Flower village” in
Tokyo Summer Land is a rare breed of American
hydrangea. It was named because it looks like a
snowy mountain when white flower is in full
bloom.
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Cherry trees
in Shiotatsutsumi bank
Hinode
Snowy mountains of Annabel
Akiruno
Akiruno
Fussa
City
Ushihama
Musashihikida
Purple azalea
Fussa
Hinode I.C.
Akiruno City
Ome
Mid August (Anemonopsis macrophylla)
Mid to end of November (Autumn leaves)
Mt. Mitakesan is the best
place for anemonpsis
macrophylla to grow gregariously in Kanto area,
and the Anemonpsis
macrophylla festival is
held every year.
In the Mitake Valley, the
autumn leaves can be enjoyed while walking on
the paths along the shore.
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Waterfll
Lin
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Mt. Mitakesan
▲
Nanayo-no-Taki
Waterfall
Ishigamimae
Hinatawada
Miyanohira
Early in April
The “Someiyoshino” road around Shiotakochi field is famous as the leading
cherry tree spot in Hinode. The “Cherry
Festival” is held in the town ground.
Cherry tree
Flower
viewing point
【Place】
Fussa, Hamura, Mizuho,
Akiruno, Hinode
【Season】April
Autumn foliage
viewing point
Cherry trees
in Hamura dam
Tulip
【Place】Hamura
【Season】April
Tulip
Hamura
Early in April
During the season of cherry blossoms, Tamagawa waterway area is very crowded with
people enjoying the cherry blossoms.
Hamura
April
Approximately 300,000 tulips of 10 different
kinds in red, white, yellow etc. are in bloom
in Negarami-mae-suiden. The view of tulips
can be enjoyed from above by a hot-air balloon.
Tree peony
【Place】Hamura
【Season】
Late in April ~ Early in May
【Place】
Mizuho, Ome, Akiruno, Hinode
【Season】
Late in April ~ Mid May
Cyclamen
Drooping cherry tree
【Place】Ome, Hinode
【Season】
Early to mid April
Iris
Mizuho
Town
Mizuho
Cherry trees
in Tamagawa River area
【Place】Ome
【Season】June
Cherry trees
in Rokudoyama Park
Sterna albifrous
Early to Mid April
Enjoying the nature in Rokudoyama Park while
walking on the promenades. Migratory birds
can also be observed.
Fussa
Early in April
The road of approximately 500 cherry
trees from Yanagiyama Park to Minami Park by the Tamagawa River.
Many people will visit the place for the
“Cherry festival”.
Symplocarpus
nipponicus Makino
【Place】Hinode
【Season】Early in June
Rhododendron
【Place】Hinode
【Season】May
Chinese milk vetch
Azalea
【Place】Mizuho
【Season】November
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Wisteria
【Place】Ome, Hinode
【Season】
Late in April ~ Early in May
【Place】Ome
【Season】June
Shortia uniflora
【Place】Ome
【Season】Early in May
Sunflower
【Place】Hinode
【Season】August
Fringed iris
【Place】Hinode
【Season】
Mid April ~ Early in May
Lamium album
【Place】 Hamura
【Season】Late in April
Ancient Lotus
【Place】 Hamura
【Season】August
Amaryllis
【Place】 Hamura
【Season】September
【Place】Ome
【Season】April
Rhododendron quinquefolium
【Place】Ome
【Season】Mid May
Dogtooth violet
【Place】Ome, Akiruno
【Season】Early in April
Hydrangea
【Place】Akiruno
【Season】June ~ July
Golden-banded lily
【Place】Akiruno
【Season】July
∼free bird∼
There are so many wild birds living in Tamagawa River area.
In fall, when the time for migration comes,
birds will come to the riverbed on the way
to migrate to the south after breeding in the
north. This is the season when rare birds
such as snipes can be observed.
Swallows in spring and cuckoo and Arundinaceus in summer can be observed.
Binoculars and illustrated books are ab-
solute necessities. For binoculars,
a small sized pair is useful so that
they can be carried in the bag in
case of an unexpected observation (when you find a bird unexpectedly). For illustrated books, it
is recommended to prepare both
“for carrying” and “for admiration”.
When you find a flying bird, follow
it with naked eyes at first until it
stops on a branch. Then, take
out your binoculars and observe it
thoroughly.
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Flower Calendar
Wild Birds in Ohtama
Long-tailed tit
Pheasant
Blackbird
Let’s enjoy Ohtama with seasonal events and festivals!
There are many lively festivals on a grand scale
in Ohtama district.
Let’s participate together in various events tradition cultivated.
January
June
Omatsuhiki[Tabayama]
Fireflies Festival[Fussa]
[Date] 1/7 [Place] The Ome Road
[Date] Mid June [Place] Hotaru Park, Tamagawa
waterway area
Ome Daruma Ichi (Daruma Market)
[Ome]
September
Iris Festival[Ome]
[Date] 1/12 [Place] Old Ome Road at Ome station
[Place] Fukiage Iris Garden
Hiwatari Arashugyo[Hinode]
Fireflies Festival
at Iwakura Hot Springs[Ome]
[Date] The third Sunday [Place] Akikawa Fudoson
Saifukuji Temple
February
Ome Marathon[Ome]
[Date] Mid February [Place] General gymnasium ~
Kawai, Okutama
M arach
Yoshino-Baigo Park PlumFestival
[Ome]
[Date] 3/1 ~ 3/31 [Place] Yoshino-Baigo
Kawano no Kuruma Ningyo
[Okutama]
[Date] 2/5 [Place] Ogouchi Shrine
Hamura Flower and Water Festival
[Hamura]
[Date] End of March ~ Beginning of April
[Date] End of June ~ Mid July [Place] Iwakura HotSpring Village
July
[Date] Beginning of April [Place] Rokudozan Park
Cherry Festival[Hinode]
[Date] Beginning of April [Place] Chomin Ground
Akikawa Valley Shizenjin Race
[Akiruno]
[Date] The second Sunday [Place] River Park at
Akikawa Bridge
Summer Festival[Mizuho]
[Date] Mid July [Place] Three districts in Mizuho
Gion Festival (Sasara Shishimai)
[Tabayama]
[Date] April ~ May [Place] Shiofune Kannon Temple
Healthy Walk[Okutama]
[Date] 4/29 [Place] Hikawa Elementary School ~
Okutamako Lake
May
Myoukengu Temple Festival
[Hinode]
[Date] 5/3 [Place] Myoukengu Temple
Tama Source Festival[Kosuge]
[Date] 5/4 [Place] Daiichi Sports Hiroba, etc.
Hinode-matsuri of
Musashimitakejinja Shrine[Ome]
Ninomiyajinja Shrine Festival[Akiruno]
[Date] 9/9 [Place] Ninomiyajinja Shrine
Kajima Dance[Okutama]
[Date] Satuday and Sunday before Respect-for-theAged Day [Place] Akiruno
Akirujinja Shrine Festival[Akiruno]
[Date] 9/28 ~ 9/30 [Place] Akirujinja Shrine
[Date] Mid July [Place] Various shrines in village
Yagumo Festival[Fussa]
Kasugajinja Shrine Festival
“Houou no mai”[Hinode]
[Date] Saturday and Sunday closest to the 29th
[Place] Kasugajinja Shrine
[Place] In the city
Akiruno Film Festival[Akiruno]
[Date] End of July
Summer Festival[Hamura]
[Date] Last weekend in July [Place] Hamura station
east gate
October
Japan Mountains
Endurance Marathon[Akiruno]
“Daichi no Megumi”Festival
in Kosuge Hot Springs[Kosuge]
[Date] Mid October [Place] Kosuge Hot Springs Area
August
Fishing at Tama Source[Kosuge]
Fussa Tanabata Festival[Fussa]
[Date] Mid October [Place] Kosuge Village Fishing
Spot
[Date] Beginning of July [Place] Fussa station west
gate area
Ome-city Summer-evening Fireworks
[Ome]
Nobember
[Date] First Saturday [Place] Nagayama Park Ground
Hinode-town
Industrial Festival[Hinode]
Kanniwa Kagura[Okutama]
[Date] Beginning of November [Place] Chomin
Ground
[Date] First Saturday [Place] Sangijinja Shrine
Toro (Lantern) Nagashi[Akiruno]
Shiofune Kannon Azalea Festival[Ome]
Ozawa [Date] First Saturday [Place] Ozawa
Community Center
Sasano [Date] Mid September, Each year [Place]
Shinmeisha Shrine
Iwabashirijinja Shrine Festival
[Akiruno]
[Date] End of March [Place] Tamagawa bank area
Cherry Festival[Mizuho]
Ozawa Shikisannba /
Sasano Shikisannba[Hinohara]
[Date] 9/15 [Place] Ogochijinja Shrine
Fussa Cherry Festival[Fussa]
A pril
Contact tourism association in
city, town and village for details.
[Date] Beginning of August [Place] Riverside Park Ichinotani
Okutama Summer-evening Fireworks
[Okutama]
[Date] Second Friday [Place] Mt. Atagoyama
Summer Festival[Mizuho]
[Date] Mid August [Place] Town office area
Tamanouchi Kazematsuri Shishimai
[Hinode]
Okutama Fureai Festival[Okutama]
[Date] Beginning of November
Industrial Festival[Hamura]
[Date] First Saturday and Sunday [Place] Fujimi Park
Industrial Festival[Mizuho]
[Date] Mid November [Place] Around town office
Omejuku Art Festival[Ome]
[Date] End of November [Place] Old Ome Kaido at
Ome Sation
[Date] Saturday nearest to August 17
[Place] Mishimajinja Shrine
Hossawa Waterfalls Summer Festival
[Hinohara]
[Date] 8/23, 8/24 [Place] Hossawa-no-Taki Waterfall
[Date] 5/8 [Place] Mitakedaira ~ Musashimitakejinja
Shrine
December
Hossawa Waterfalls Small
Winter Story(Hyobaku Quiz)
[Hinohara]
[Date] 12/1 ~ End of February [Place] Hossawa-noTaki Waterfall
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Traffic Guide for train and cars
Ohtama area is easily accessible from the center of Tokyo.
Let’s personalize and enjoy your journey using various means of transportations
Event Calendar Access Guide
Bus running on the Ome
Kaido
JR Mitake Station
JR Okutama Station
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Driving around Ohtama
Hotels and
Tourist
Attractions
Information
Hotels
Hamura, Fussa and the Vicinities
Tamagawaen
Hotel 30 Miles
Business Hotel Eminence
Honcho Business Ryokan
Hotel New Asahi
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 70
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 28
TEL: 042-555-2234
TEL: 042-555-3930
TEL: 042-555-4321
TEL: 042-551-5011
TEL: 042-551-4441
Rokudoymama Park and the Vicinities
Aizawa Ryokan
Hakonekan
Business Hotel Suzukiya
Business Inn Junwa
Capacity: 15 TEL: 042-557-0082
Capacity: 20 TEL: 042-557-0013
Capacity: 65 TEL: 042-557-2152
Capacity: 130 TEL: 042-556-5858
Kasumi Hill and the Vicinities
Kawamura
Mamadaya
Nabeya
Mamadaya Shisuikan
Takiyamakan
Capacity: 90
Capacity: 70
Capacity: 70
Capacity: 65
Capacity: 30
TEL: 0428-74-5305
TEL: 0428-74-4221
TEL: 0428-74-4126
TEL: 0428-74-6868
TEL: 0428-74-7300
Ome and the Vicinities
Kampo-no-yado Ome Capacity: 200 TEL: 0428-23-1171
Hashimotoya Ryokan Capacity: 30 TEL: 0428-22-2253
Ome City Hotel
Capacity: 25 TEL: 0428-23-0123
Mitake Valley and the Vicinities
National Pension Holiday Center, Okutamaji
Capacity: 75 TEL: 0428-78-9711
Kajikaen
Capacity: 70 TEL: 0428-78-8218
Shosenkaku
Capacity: 60 TEL: 0428-78-8221
Ginsuzu
Capacity: 30 TEL: 0428-78-8336
Goshuen
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-78-8375
Furusato
Capacity: 16 TEL: 0428-78-8854
Okabe
Capacity: 30 TEL: 0428-78-8553
Mt. Mitakesan and the Vicinities
Akiyamaso
Ikoisanso
Utsuboya
Omichi
Katayanagiso
Higashibaba
Komadorisanso
Sanrakuso
Yamagaso
Seizanso
Takanaso
Tonari
Kuraya
Nobori
Harashimaso
Fujimotoso
Hojukaku
Machikubota
Machiya
Maruyamaso
Mitakesanso
Nanzanso
Yamanakaso
Ryoso Utsuboya
Reiunso
Kashibesso
Capacity: 30 TEL: 0428-78-8463
Capacity: 60 TEL: 0428-78-8566
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-8462
Capacity: 30 TEL: 0428-78-8423
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-8461
Capacity: 30 TEL: 0428-78-8446
Capacity: 60 TEL: 0428-78-8472
Capacity: 100 TEL: 0428-78-8439
Capacity: 80 TEL: 0428-78-8476
Capacity: 60 TEL: 0428-78-8445
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-78-8596
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-8447
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-8473
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-8443
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-8973
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-8464
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-8448
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-9039
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-78-8426
Capacity: 60 TEL: 0428-78-8441
Capacity: 100 TEL: 0428-78-8474
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-78-8449
Capacity: 80 TEL: 0428-78-8442
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-78-8595
Capacity: 60 TEL: 0428-78-8501
Capacity: 35 TEL: 0428-78-9588
Hatonosu Valley and the Vicinities
Kokumin Shukusha Hatonosuso
Capacity: 100 TEL: 0428-85-2340
Suikouen
Isshintei
Kumazawa
Mitake
Yamabatosanso
Unzenya
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 26
Capacity: 40
TEL: 0428-85-2221
TEL: 0428-85-2231
TEL: 0428-85-2903
TEL: 0428-85-2240
TEL: 0428-85-2158
TEL: 0428-85-2223
Hikawa Park and the Vicinities
Mikawaya
Gyokusuiso
Arasawaya
Wakamatsu
Kankoso
Yamadaso
Yokote
Hachinoki
Capacity: 70
Capacity: 70
Capacity: 35
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 30
Capacity: 25
Capacity: 20
TEL: 0428-83-2027
TEL: 0428-83-2363
TEL: 0428-83-2365
TEL: 0428-83-3461
TEL: 0428-83-2122
TEL: 0428-83-2170
TEL: 0428-83-2026
TEL: 0428-83-2440
Nippara Valley and the Vicinities
Seiwakan
Inamuraso
Kirakuya
Suzuki
Nipparaso
Hiraishisanso
Daimasusanso
Yamagamitatsumiya
Okutama Hut
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 10
Capacity: 30
Capacity: 40
Capacity: 15
Capacity: 30
Capacity: 70
TEL: 0428-83-8381
TEL: 0428-83-8484
TEL: 0428-83-8405
TEL: 0428-83-8486
TEL: 0428-83-8452
TEL: 0428-83-2904
TEL: 0428-83-2922
TEL: 0428-83-8342
Mt. Kumotoriyama
Okutamako Lake and the Vicinities
Ogouchiso
Okutamakan
Batoukan
Komadoriso
Shimazaki
Atamiso
Matsuzakaya
Seiryuso
Capacity: 26
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 40
Capacity: 25
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 23
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 14
TEL: 0428-86-2550
TEL: 0428-86-2156
TEL: 0428-86-2151
TEL: 0428-86-2217
TEL: 0428-86-2207
TEL: 0428-86-2247
TEL: 0428-86-2066
TEL: 0428-86-2222
Taba Valley and the Vicinities
Tabasanso
Yukariso
Furusato
Otomisan
Shiraume
Kamozawa Yamanoie
Sanjo-no-yu
Nanatsuishigoya
Azumaso
Tachibana
Hounoseso
Kadoya Ryokan
Sansuikan
Sanso Omatsuri
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-88-0616
Capacity: 70 TEL: 0428-88-0624
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-88-0626
Capacity: 30 TEL: 0428-88-0622
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-88-0604
Capacity: 30 TEL: 0428-86-2182
Capacity: 100 TEL: 0428-88-0616
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-86-2191
Capacity: 100 TEL: 0428-88-0450
Capacity: 70 TEL: 0428-88-0308
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0428-88-0267
Capacity: 60 TEL: 0428-88-0247
Capacity: 35 TEL: 0428-88-0226
Capacity: 12 TEL: 0428-88-0934
Kosuge Valley and the Vicinities
Kadoya
Kameiya
Hiroseya
Furuya
Sugitaya
Kato
Aoyagiya
Yamamizukan
Taireiso
Funaki
Suzume-no-Oyado
Capacity: 120 TEL: 0428-87-0218
Capacity: 100 TEL: 0428-87-0216
Capacity: 150 TEL: 0428-87-0235
Capacity: 60 TEL: 0428-87-0706
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-87-0443
Capacity: 60 TEL: 0428-87-0475
Capacity: 30 TEL: 0428-87-0346
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-87-0533
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-87-0429
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-87-0517
Capacity: 50 TEL: 0428-87-0483
Hinode and the Vicinities
Shinonomesanso
Capacity: 29 TEL: 042-597-0501
Oba Camping Village
TEL: 042-597-5108
or 042-597-0803
Oguno Camping Village
TEL: 042-597-0852
Akigawa Valley and the Vicinities
Tokyo Summer Land HotelCapacity: 100 TEL: 042-558-6511
Shisuiso
Capacity: 64 TEL: 042-596-0387
Akigawasanso
Capacity: 150 TEL: 042-596-0880
Ryokan Ajiro
Capacity: 75 TEL: 042-596-5111
Kinkokaku
Capacity: 150 TEL: 042-596-1126
Hoshitakesanso
Capacity: 60 TEL: 042-596-0478
Komeisanso
Capacity: 150 TEL: 042-596-2149
Honjin
Capacity: 100 TEL: 042-596-0292
Aburaya Ryokan
Capacity: 15 TEL: 042-596-0058
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Shuho
Capacity: 25 TEL: 042-596-0440
Suisaiso
Capacity: 60 TEL: 042-596-0538
Shizen Kyuyo-mura Yozawa Center
Capacity: 60 TEL: 042-596-2151
Shizen Kyuyo-mura Sankei
Capacity: 35 TEL: 042-595-1177
Usatake
Capacity: 50 TEL: 042-595-0461
Keyaki
Capacity: 100 TEL: 042-596-2137
Yozawasanso
Capacity: 30 TEL: 042-596-0586
Kitaakigawa Valley and the Vicinities
Idogawaso
Capacity: 23 TEL: 042-598-0193
Kanotosanso
Capacity: 60 TEL: 042-598-0203
Morikoshi
Capacity: 40 TEL: 042-598-0815
Hinohara Youth Hotel
TEL: 042-598-1131
Minamiakigawa Valley and the Vicinities
Ohira
Kazumanoyu
Ichimaiishiso
Komukaisanso
Hashimoto Ryokan
Yamazakiya
Janoyu Takaraso
Kazumasanso
Mitousanso
Henboriso
Sengenzaka
Takami
Kabutoya
Kanzukuriso
Tairaso
Yamashiro
Capacity: 38
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 70
Capacity: 25
Capacity: 85
Capacity: 30
Capacity: 30
Capacity: 50
Capacity: 70
Capacity: 70
Capacity: 20
Capacity: 35
TEL: 042-598-6154
TEL: 042-598-6061
TEL: 042-598-6137
TEL: 042-598-6104
TEL: 042-598-0008
TEL: 042-598-6146
TEL: 042-598-6001
TEL: 042-598-6166
TEL: 042-598-6138
TEL: 042-598-6321
TEL: 042-598-6201
TEL: 042-598-6053
TEL: 042-598-6136
TEL: 042-598-6063
TEL: 042-598-6153
TEL: 042-598-6135
Outdoors
Hamura, Fussa, and the Vicinities
Metropolitan Hamura Kusabana Hill Natural Park
Gentle hill is good for hiking.
Hamura Zoo
TEL: 042-555-2581
Tama River Trout Fishing Spot
All year
Hamura City Green Trim Park
Fussa-minami Park
With barbecue facilities
Tamagawa River Chuo Park With barbecue facilities
Rokudoyama Park and the Vicinities
Metropolitan Sayama Natural Park
Rokudoyama Park
The Hill around Murayama and Yamaguchi reservoirs
near Ome I.C.(775ha)
Sayama-ike Park
Nagaoka Greenhouse
25 Greenhouses. Cultivation and sales of flowers and
plants. Greenhouse tour.
Fresh House (Direct sales store of agricultural and
livestock products)
TEL: 042-557-4564
Kasumi Hill and the Vicinitiesa
Kasumi Hill Natural Park
Approx. 50,338ha
Ome Golf Club
TEL: 0428-22-0261
Tokyo Birdie Club
TEL: 0428-74-5960
Ome Kabokuen Garden
Fukiage Iris Garden
Kasumi Hill Hiking Course
JA Direct sales store of agricultural products
Ome and the Vicinities
Ome Railroads Park
TEL: 0428-22-4678
Kamanofuchi Park
Park and swimming pool which make a use of the river.
Roadside cherry trees are also beautiful.
Yoshino-Baigo
1,500 plum trees of 120 kinds.
Kaze-no-ko Taiyo-no-ko Playground
JA Green Center
TEL: 0428-76-1325
Ome Hill Hiking Course
Ome Riverside Park
Golf, Trout Fishing, Mongolian Mutton Barbecue
Mitake Valley and the Vicinities
Mitake Valley Promenades
Yoshinoyama Park
Shimizu Fish Pond
All year
Okutama Fishing Center
Drive-in Mitake Trout Fishing Spot
Natural Wild Herb Garden
Garden tour. Chestnut picking.
Canoe Course
TEL: 0428-76-0004
TEL: 0428-78-8393
TEL: 0428-78-8838
Mt. Mitakesan and the Vicinities
Rock Garden
Length: 1.5 km
Beauty of the valley which rocks and waterfall create.
New green leaves and autumn leaves are beautiful.
Mitakedaira Observatory
The night view is very beautiful.
Mitake Visitor Center
TEL: 0428-78-9363
Hatonosu Valley and the Vicinities
Otaba International Fishing Spot (March ~ November)
TEL: 0428-85-2235
Kawai Campsite
TEL: 0428-85-2206
Okuchaya Campsite
TEL: 0428-85-1227
Nakachaya Campsite
TEL: 0428-85-2877
Hyakkenchaya Campsite
TEL: 0428-85-2877
Hatonosu Shiroyama Campsite
TEL: 0428-85-1093
Buttress Campsite
TEL: 0428-85-1972
Hatonosu Garden Campsite
TEL: 0428-85-1979
Seitoen Bungalows
Capacity: 100 TEL: 0428-85-2789
Hatonosu Bungalows Capacity: 350 TEL: 0428-85-2548
Hikawa Park and the Vicinities
Atagoyama Park
Hikawa International Fishing Spot (March ~ November)
TEL: 0428-83-2147
Unazawa Fishing Pond
TEL: 0428-83-2673
America Camping Village
TEL: 0428-83-2724
Sakai Valley Campsite
TEL: 0428-83-3410
Nippara Valley and the Vicinities
Nippara Limestone Cave
Nippara Mountain Stream Fishing Spot
(March ~ November)
TEL: 0428-83-2794
Nippara River Trout and Char Fishing Spot (Check for
fishing season)
Osawa International Fishing Spot (March ~ November)
TEL: 0428-83-2797
Hikawa Campsite
TEL: 0428-83-2134
Okutama-ko Lake and the Vicinities
Mizunesawa Campsite Capacity: 100 TEL: 0428-86-2203
Okutama-ko Lake Open Fishing Spot (No closed season)
Minedani Mountain Stream Fishing Spot (March ~ November)
TEL: 0428-86-2623
Yama-no-Furusato-Mura Village
TEL: 0428-86-2551
Okutama Tomin-no-Mori Forest
TEL: 0428-83-3631
Taba Valley and the Vicinities
Village-Run Fishing Spot
TEL: 0428-88-0800
Direct sales store of agricultural and forest products
TEL: 0428-88-7070
Village-Run Sports Ground, Baseball Ground, Tennis Court
Japan's Longest Roller Slide
TEL: 0428-88-0466
Kobu Camping Village Capacity: 700 TEL: 0428-88-0523
Azuma Camping Village Capacity: 200 TEL: 0428-88-0423
Okuaki Camping Village Capacity: 350 TEL: 0428-88-0616
Kinoshita Family Campsite Capacity: 130 TEL: 0428-88-0550
Kameya Green River Banglows
Capacity: 150 TEL: 0428-88-0520
Okuaki Tent Village
Capacity: 20 Tents
TEL: 0428-88-0507
Exchange Center
TEL: 0428-88-0930
Kosuge Valley and the Vicinities
Hinode and the Vicinities
Sakana-en (Fish Garden)
Barbecue, Trout Fishing Spot
Field Archery Gym (members only)
Oopunaa (Kumikie Art Museum)
Kirin-kan
Spring for Lifelong Youth:
Hinode Mitsuzawa Tsurutsuru Hot Spring
Hinode Kanyo-no-Sato
Ice cream and Souvenirs
Fureai Direct Sales Store
Fresh Vegetables and Flowers
TEL: 042-597-4911
TEL: 042-597-0734
TEL: 042-597-3070
TEL: 042-597-6256
TEL: 042-597-1126
TEL: 042-597-5290
TEL: 042-597-0010
Akigawa Valley and the Vicinities
Metropolitan Akigawa-kyuryo Shizen Park(1335 ha)
Metropolitan Hamura Kusabana Kyuryo Shizen park(553 ha)
Metropolitan Akirudai Park
TEL: 042-559-6910
Metropolitan Komine Park(Approx. 11 ha) TEL: 042-595-0400
Ajiro Bentenyama Park(Approx. 5 ha)
Konpira Park(Approx. 10 ha)
Akigawa Fureai Land (Barbecue)
TEL: 042-550-4989
Riverside Park, Ichinotani (Barbecue)
TEL: 042-550-3789
Akigawabashi Kasen Park (Barbecue)
TEL: 042-596-5122
Jurigi Land (Barbecue)
TEL: 042-596-0537
Tokyo Summer Land (General Leisure Land)
TEL: 042-558-6511
Tokyo Sesame Place
TEL: 042-558-6511
Akigawa International Trout Fishing Spot TEL: 042-596-0568
Yozawa Fly Only Fishing Spot
TEL: 042-596-5108
Yozawa Fishing Land
TEL: 042-596-3818
Hozawa Trout Fishing Spot
TEL: 042-596-0262
Tachikawa International Country Club
TEL: 042-558-1711
Tokyo Itsukaichi Country Club
TEL: 042-595-0111
Akigawa Farmers Center
TEL: 042-559-1600
Itsukaichi Farmers Center
TEL: 042-596-1280
Mitsugo Limestone Cave
TEL: 042-596-4225
Otake Limestone Cave
TEL: 042-596-4201
Green Campsite (Reserve at Ikiiki Center) TEL: 042-558-3344
Ina Campsite
TEL: 042-596-1775
Itsukaichi Youth Travel Village
TEL: 042-596-5216
Nishiakigawa Campsite
TEL: 042-596-0958
Tokura Campsite
TEL: 042-596-0859
Hoshitakesanso Campsite
TEL: 042-596-0478
Ochiai Campsite
TEL: 042-596-0985
Akigawasanso Campsite
TEL: 042-596-0880
Cotage Shinrinmura
TEL: 042-595-2210
House for Outdoor Activities: Yokokuin TEL: 042-596-2506
Klein Garten Norabo
TEL: 042-596-2151
Otake Campsite
TEL: 042-596-2326
Shizenjin Mura Village
TEL: 042-596-4944
Kita-Akigawa Valley and the Vicinities
Kanoto International Trout Fishing Spot TEL: 042-598-0132
Hossawaen
Capacity: 40 TEL: 0424-71-0140
Kanotoen
Capacity: 52 TEL: 042-598-0107
Kanotoen Trout Fishing Spot
TEL: 042-598-0107
Akigawa-hisato Fishing Pond
TEL: 042-598-0204
Ozawa Bungalows
TEL: 042-598-0188
Hinohara Woody House Village
TEL: 042-598-1100
Okuakigawa Village
TEL: 042-598-1234
Lodge Kanotoiwa
Capacity: 78 TEL: 042-598-1029
Kitaakigawa Shizen-Kyuyo-Mura Village
Capacity: 90 TEL: 042-598-0686
Lodge Konpira
Capacity: 20 TEL: 042-598-0413
Fureai Hiroba Playground
TEL: 042-598-0104
Minami-Akigawa Valley and the Vicinities
Shimizuen
Capacity: 23
Nakanodaira Bungalows Capacity: 30
Minamisawa Bungalows Capacity: 30
Camping Garden, Moku
Hinohara Midori-no-Kyuka-Mura Village
Campbell Hills
Henbori Kyuka-Son Village
Capacity: 35
TEL: 042-598-0254
TEL: 042-598-6052
TEL: 042-598-6173
TEL: 042-598-6125
TEL: 042-598-0052
TEL: 042-598-6100
TEL: 042-598-6346
TEL: 042-598-6256
Hinohara Hot Spring Center Kazuma-no-Yu
TEL: 042-598-6789
Museums, Reference
Libraries, and Monuments
Hamura, Fussa, and the Vicinities
Hamura Municipal Folk Art Museum TEL: 042-568-0634
Murabito-no-shiryokan Reference Library (Kumagawa Shrine)
TEL: 042-551-0720
Fussa Municipal Folk Reference Library (Chuo Library)
TEL: 042-530-1120
Zogura Reference Library (Ishikawa Sake Brewery)
TEL: 042-553-0100
Rokudoyama Park and the Vicinities
Mizuho Municipal Folk Reference Library TEL: 042-568-0634
Monument of Sayama Tea Place (Written by Katsu Kaishu)
Koshinkan Hall
TEL: 042-568-1505
Ome and the Vicinities
Ome Municnipal Folk Art Museum TEL: 0428-23-6859
Retro Museum of Packaging from the Showa Era
TEL: 0428-20-0234
Fujio Akatsuka Memorial Hall of Ome TEL: 0428-20-0355
Eiji Yoshikawa Memorial Museum
TEL: 0428-76-1575
Ome Municipal Art Museum
TEL: 0428-24-1195
Ome Kimono Museum
TEL: 0428-76-2019
Mizuorine Sashie [Illustrations] Museum TEL: 0428-76-2633
Mitake Valley and the Vicinities
Gyokudo Art Museum
TEL: 0428-78-8335
Mitake Art Museum
TEL: 0428-78-8814
Combs and Long Ornamental Hairpins Art Museum
TEL: 0428-77-7051
Seseragi-no-Sato Museum
TEL: 0428-85-1109
Mt. Mitakesan and the Vicinities
Mitakejinja Shrine Treasury
Mitake Visitor Center
TEL: 0428-78-8550
TEL: 0428-78-9363
Mt. Mitakesan and the Vicinities
Okutama Visitor Center
Okutama Hot Spring, Moegi-no-yu
TEL: 0428-83-2037
TEL: 0428-82-7770
Nippara Valley and the Vicinities
Shinrinkan Hall
Nippara Furusato Art Museum
Nippara Limestone Cave
TEL: 0428-83-3300
TEL: 0428-83-2099
TEL: 0428-83-8491
Okutama-ko Lake and the Vicinities
Mizu-to-Midori-no-Fureaikan Hall
TEL: 0428-86-2731
Taba Valley and the Vicinities
Local Ethnological Library
TEL: 0428-88-0170
Kosuge Valley and the Vicinitiesa
Mizu-no-Yakata Hall (Reference Library of Fishing)
TEL: 0428-87-0837
Hinode and the Vicinities
Monument of the Japan-U.S. Summit Meeting
Akigawa Valley and the Vicinities
Ninomiya Archeological Museum
Itsukaichi Folklore Museum
Furusato Craft Atelier Itsukaichi
TEL: 042-559-8400
TEL: 042-596-4069
TEL: 042-596-6000
Kita-Akigawa Valley and the Vicinities
Hinohara Municnipal Folk Reference Library
TEL: 042-598-0880
Hinohara Ceramics Place, Yamabiko TEL: 042-598-1902
Hinohara Village Regional Exchange Center "Forest School"
TEL: 042-598-0069
Minami-Akigawa Valley and the Vicinities
Tomin-no-Mori Forest (Woodworking Classes)
TEL: 042-598-6006
Akie Ginza, "Sashiko-kan (Quilting)" TEL: 042-598-6200
The information is current as of March 31, 2004. Please contact the municipal offices and the tourist associations for more
information.
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Information
Kosuge Village-Run Fishing Spot
TEL: 0428-87-0837
Kosuge Fish Pond
TEL: 0428-87-0336
Kinoshita Fish Pond
TEL: 0428-87-0356
Sakai Fish Pond
TEL: 0428-87-0268
Tamagawa Camping Village
Capacity: 400 TEL: 0428-87-0601
Hirayama Camping Village Capacity: 500 TEL: 0428-87-0156
(Home): 0428-87-0155
Tobu Shinrin Park
TEL: 0428-87-0435
Genshimura Village (Soba noodles) TEL: 0428-87-0803
Terakoya Shizenjuku
TEL: 0428-87-0055
Tamagenryu Kosuge-no-yu Hot Spring TEL: 0428-87-0888
Kosuge Village Bussankan Products Hall TEL: 0428-87-0765

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