• The Oota-juku

The Oota-juku 's "Passing Ota" was a difficult point as it was sung "Crosspiece of Kiso, Passing Ota, Usui Pass s unquestionable”. This place was also the center of politics, economics and culture of Higashi Mino, as the officeal place of Owari clan who had managed from Ochikei Inn to Uumajuku was located. The Oota-juku was located about 7.9 km away from the Fushimi-juku. The town had a population of 508 (man 259、woman 249),108 houses, one honjin one waki-honjin,and 20 hatago in the year 1843.

The boatman of a ferry carrying three passengers manipulates the pole so as not to beat the flow. Two travelers who sat down with the parents of the pilgrimage and the stone await arrival of the ferry.

Miyozakura Brewery

Wakihonjin Hayashi house

Explanatory board of Wakihonjin Hayashi house

Nakasendou Kaikan

Honjin Gate

Hokekyou mond

Romantic Road

Night Lite


Oota-juku monument

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