• The Tarui-juku

The Tarui-juku crowded as a monzen town in Mino Ichinomiya. It was crowded as a lodging with Mino Road connecting Nakasendo and Tokaido. The fountain of Tarui which became the station name was a famous fountain which was also written in Waka from ancient times. Even now Shimizu is springing. Size of juku The Tarui-juku was located approximately 5.2 km from the Akasaka-juku. The town had a population of 1,179 (man 598、woman 581), 315 houses, one honjin, one waki-honjin^ and 27 hatago in the year 1843.

The town head welcomes the daimyo with an umbrella as shop owners bow deeply on their knees in front of their shops.

Oiwake signpost

Hatago Kamemaruya

Nangutaisya Ootorii

Kobayashi family house

Honryuji temple

Hasyaku Jizouson

Nishinomitsuke Trace

Matsushima Inar shrine

Tarui milestone

Shinneji temple

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