The Mieji-juku is the 56th lodging counted from Edo. From, there it is said that the river at the entrance of Meji was named GoRoku（５６）River. The Mieji-juku stood approximately 4.7 km from the Goudo-juku. The town had a population of 582 (man 302、woman 280),136 houses, one daimyo house, and 11 hatago in the year 1843.
The farmer asked the way to the priest who traveled down the slope and teaches kindly while pointing. A journey merchant eavesdrop on the interaction of the two people.