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Ota City [Highlight]
Avenue of Ginkgos

100 Landscapes of Tokyo / From Den-en-chofu Station to Tamagawadai Park

Route Description

Den-en-chofu Sta.→Avenue of Ginkgos→Horai Park→Black Pine of Akiba→Tamagawadai Park→Kamenokoyama-kofun Ancient Tomb→Sengen-jinja Shrine→City's oldest tunnel→Rokugo Irrigation Canal Walking Trail→Numabe Sta.

Den-en-chofu is a scenic neighborhood harmoniously blending lush nature with quiet residential areas. Avenues of ginkgo trees have been planted in a radial pattern in front of the station, and their leaves turn a stunning, brilliant shade of gold in autumn. The townscape of Den-en-chofu has even been selected for inclusion in the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism’s 100 Landscapes of Tokyo. It is also the location of the Sakurazaka hill road, a nationally famous destination for cherry blossom viewing. Work up an invigorating sweat while walking nature-enshrouded roads.

* These are estimates given for a person, weight 60kg, moving at 4km per hour, walking 10 min.=30kcal, one step=70cm. The time required in parentheses is the amount of time it actually took members of the collaborating organization to walk the course.

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* This course is included on P.12 - 13 of the PDF Walking Map.

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

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

[Ota City Health Promotion programs Department Health Care Management Division TEL 03-5744-1683]

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