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Ota City [Highlight]
Ryushi Memorial Museum

From Saikiyama to Magome Writers' Village / Walk from Ota Bunka-no-Mori to Nishi-magome Station

Route Description

Ota Bunka-no-Mori→Saikiyama Ryokuchi Park→Ryushi Memorial Museum (Ryushi Park)→Magome Cherry Tree-lined Avenue→Kirisato Nature Park→Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation Magome Rolling Stock Inspection Depot→Dodomeki Bridge→Nishi-magome Sta.

Start at Ota Bunka-no-Mori, a space for residents to engage in cultural exchange, and walk to Nishi-magome Station. This area was once called “Magome Bunshimura” (Magome Writers' Village), and was home to numerous artists and cultured persons, including novelist Hanako Muraoka, who was depicted in the popular daytime television drama “Hanako to Anne.” There is also little vehicle traffic; why not come walk streets rich in natural beauty while reflecting on the artists who once lived here?

* 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.16 - 17 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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