The site of Asuke Hachimangu Shrine, which is situated at the border of Shizuoka and Aichi, has been used since the Temmu Period and has long been believed to house the God-Protector of feet, journeys, and transportation.
After praying for the safety of your trip in Asuke Hachimangu Shrine, please enjoy the wilderness at Korankei. This valley, which is said to have four thousand maples, is known as one of the leading autumn colour spots in Japan. It has such a magnificent view that the beautiful plants reflect on the river, and you can enjoy spending time by the river.
After enjoying the nature, please go to Sanshu Asuke Yashiki, a living folk museum. It is here that the traditional Japanese farmhouse life is actually reproduced by craftsmen using folk tools. Please visit here because it is a valuable facility that makes people living in the mountain area of Showa Period feel lively.