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Nezame-no-Toko & Magome-juku

Note: This event has already passed.

Nezame-no-toko located in Nagano Prefecture, literally means “wake-up bed”. It is a bed of rocks at an enchanting location along the Kiso River, known for its fascinating rock formations and its beautiful emerald green color water. Our next stop is Magome-juku where during the Edo period there were five roadways that connected Edo (Tokyo) and outlying regions. The Nakasendo road linked Edo and Kyoto which ran through central Japan. It has 69 posting stations of which Magome-juku was the 43rd. Walking through the Magome-juku will transport you back to the Edo period. Enjoy the local food and souvenirs as well!

*Short walking involved.
*Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
*Strollers are not recommended at the Nezame-no-Toko area.

Bring: Yen for souvenirs and anything you may need.


Adult/Youth/Child $56 (Guide, Transportation included)

Registration Information

Choose from 2 easy ways to register for Outdoor Recreation/Leisure Travel tours:

*In Person
Stop by the Outdoor Recreation office, located in building 267!

*Telephone 263-4671
Give us a call Monday through Friday, 8 A.M.~ 7 P.M. or weekends from 8 A.M. ~ 5 P.M. We are closed for all U.S Federal Holidays

===Before Signing up for hiking trips===
Please consider your physical fitness. We do not recommend to participate in hiking trips if you have knee/heart problems, asthma and any other illness.