The Kiso area is a place where you can feel the atmosphere of Edo (old Tokyo), with its old townscape remaining unchanged. The area is home to” Naraijuku,” the busiest inn-town on the Nakasendo route, “Tsumagojuku,“ the 42nd inn on the Nakasendo route, and “Magomejuku,” a stone-paved slope inn-town.
The Kisokoma Plateau, surrounded by lush greenery, offers outdoor activities such as fishing and camping, as well as a range of onsen (hot spring) facilities. Therefore, it a great place to spend an extended stay.

Popular Spots for Kiso (ranked by monthly views)


This month's top destinations

Recommended destinations (Oct. to Nov.)

Introduction of Japan's national parks