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Miyao Shrine and Yuyakekoyake Monument
Tama

Almost all Japanese know the nursery rhyme, "Yuyake Koyake". The Lyric was wrote by a poet Uko Nakamura. In front of the Miyao shrine, a stone monument of the lyric. The area around the shrine is surrounded by calm and comfortable forest.

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Tama area is the name of the western part of Tokyo Metropolis.  It consists of 26 cities, 3 towns and a village.  A lot of people (about 4 milion) live in a eastern half part of the area.  However, there are many mountains in the western part of Tama area, and there are very little flat land.  Many hiking spots are in the western area, so you can enjoy walking on the trail, camping, and so on.  If you see the beautiful mountain scene, you may not believe this is also in Tokyo.