The Tsumago-juku was crowded with refuge with Ina Road but it got saddened because it was out of the main traffic path when it came to Meiji. As a result, the residence remains, and in 1976 it was designated as an important traditional building group conservation area, and it began to take a great deal of attention. The Tsumago-juku was located about 5.6 km from the Midono-juku. The i own had a population of 418 (man 216、woman 202), 83 houses, one honjin, one waki-honjin, and 31 hatago in the year 1843.
Travelers walk past each other. Human foot who carried the balance, a Buddhist pilgrim dressed in white is carrying a statue of Buddha in a small shrine case In the upper right mountain path, farmer who carried twigs.