The Magome-juku is located in a narrow area sandwiched between Magome Pass and Jikyoku Pass. Because there was no waterway, and often hit by a large fire, and in 1895 and 1915 the large fire other than the cobblestone road was attributed to ash dust. The restored lodging town is a birthplace of Shimazaki Touson, which is a popular tourist spot because it is also the stage of "Yoakemae." The Magome-juku was located about 7.9 km from the Tsumago-juku. The town had a population of 717 (man 360、woman 357)，69 houses, one honjin, one waki-honjin, and 18 hatago in the year 1843.
The picture on the right is carrying an empty palanquin, one of them fixing the laces of his straw sandal, a merchant carrying a furoshiki cloth. A man rides his cow on the mountain road past the waterfalls.