auto-translate Misatozaka (Kosaka Tenmaki) In February 19, Kecho the Tokugawa shogunate made a mound of Five-way (around 16 e-mails) on both sides of the way, based on the Edo Nihonbashi in Tokaido, Nakasendo and Hokuriku- It was. This is a milestone. Milestones were generally important for planting pine trees for each village and informing the traveler about the milestone. The milestones that were present at the time in Mt. Mt. Otakamachi were no longer necessary after the collapse of the curtain clan organization, and in the Meiji 4 year this mound was paid down in two yen 50 yen, then it was torn down. This milestone was restored to the former milestone near the hands of local volunteers in Showa 48th.
auto-translate Misatozaka（Kosaka Tenmaki）2月19日，德川幕府的Kecho在道路两侧做了一个五到四边（约16封电子邮件）的土墩，参考东海道，Nakasendo和Hokuriku-do的Edo Nihonbashi是的。这是一个里程碑。里程碑通常对于为每个村庄种植松树并告知旅行者有关里程碑的信息非常重要。幕帘族组织崩溃后，在大田山的时候出现的里程碑不再需要了，这个土墩在明治四年以两个500日元支付，之后被拆除了。这个里程碑恢复到昭和48区当地志愿者手中的前里程碑。