This course allows visitors to enjoy the beautiful view from Mt. Miyaji along with temples and shrines. It starts at Meiden Akasaka Station and heads towards the 362m high Mt. Miyaji with a beautiful nature path on the way back. There are historic temples and shrines located here and there on the course. The white koabura azalea is popular in spring while the changing colors of the leaves are a beautiful sight in autumn.
In addition to fields of koabura azaleas on the mountain path, this mountain is also famous for its autumn colors. There is an amazing view of the Mikawa Bay from the top.
This free rest stop designed after an Akasaka post town inn opened in 2002. There are ukiyo-e woodblock prints which depict the Akasaka post town on the second floor.
This historic inn has been open since the Edo Period (1603) and was depicted in Hiroshige Ando’s Tokaido Gojusantsugi (53 Stations of the Tokaido). It has been designated as a municipal cultural property.