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Kokubunji City [Highlight]
Sugatami-no-ike Pond

Nogawa Genryu to Musashino Course - Enchanted by fragile and painfully sad stories.

Route Description

Kokubunji Station→East Koigakubo Historic Remains : Remains of the House with a Hand-Mirror-Shaped Floor Made of Stones→Remains of Tosando-Musashi-michi Road : Koigakubo District→Sugatami-no-ike Pond→Hitohamatsu(Legendary Pine Tree) in Tofukuji Temple→Nishi-koigakubo Green Space Called “X-yama”→Remains of Koigakubo Irrigation Canal→Kumano Shrine→Hitachi, Ltd. R&D Group Garden→Monument of Railroad Opening→Lifting Stone of Honda Hachiman Shrine→ Leaf Like a Child's Hand(in the frontyard of Shooji Temple)→Folklore Materials Exhibition Room→Monument of the Birthplace of Japanese Space Technology→Honcho Ruins(Kokubunji Village Ruins of the Stone Age)→Kokubunji Station

The north side of Kokubunji Station formed the setting of the stories of Asazumadayu and the two heroines of the novel “Musashino Fujin.” Let’s take a walk around this romantic town of “Koigakubo.”

* These are estimates given for a male, weight 60kg, moving at 4km per hour, walking 10 min.=30kcal, one step=70cm.

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* Some details in the PDF walking map may differ from Google Map.

* Contact regarding the PDF walking map offered on this website.

[Kokubunjicity Health Promotion Section TEL 042-321-1801]

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