The Streets of the Edo Period and Picturesque Mountain Scenery

The Nakasando was one of the five major roads of the Edo Period that connected Edo [modern day Tokyo] to Kyoto. On these roads, there were two particularly popular rest stops along the way.  The paved streets of Magome (Nakatsugawa, Gifu) along with parts of the town from the Edo period remain to this day, as do the old buildings of Magome's sister town Tsumago, which is around two and a half hours away, on foot.

Address 4300-1, Magome, Nakatusgawa, Gifu Prefecture 508-0502
Directions JR
Route 1
Take JR Chūō Main Line from Nagoya to Nakatsugawa. (1h and 30 m)  

Bus
Route 2
Take Meitetsu Highway Bus at Meitetsu Bus Center (3F, platform 5) from Nagoya to Magome (1h and 30m)

Business hours
Business hours are different depending on the store. 
Many restaurants and souvenir shops close at 5pm.
Nakasendo Hiking Luggege Reception hour: 8:30-11:30
Holidays
Open Year-Round
Contact TEL:0573-69-2653
Wi-Fi Available at rest areas
Credit card payment
Credit cards not accepted
Supported languages Unavailable
Price
One night with two meals
¥8,000-
Average visit length Longer than a day
Websites Official Site (JPN)http://www.kiso-magome.com/otomari.html

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