Kunitachi is located in the Tama district in central Tokyo, with an area of only 8.15 square kilometers, making it the fourth smallest city in Japan. When you exit the south exit of "Kunitachi Station" on the JR Chuo Line, which is about 40 minutes from Tokyo Station, you will see the "Old Kunitachi Station Building" in front of you.
It is a Romanesque style building that was donated by Kanematsu Shoten Co., Ltd. (currently Kanematsu Corporation) based on the lessons of its founder, Kanematsu Fusajiro, and was designed by Chuta Ito in August 1927 (Showa 2).
Yaho Tenmangu Shrine, located along the Koshu Highway, is a shrine dedicated to Sugawara no Michizane, the god of learning, just a short walk from JR Yaho Station. It is the oldest Tenmangu shrine in eastern Japan, and is considered to be one of the three major Tenjin shrines in the Kanto region along with Kameido Tenjin Shrine and Yushima Tenjin Shrine. It is also known as the destination of Japan's first drive tour, and is popular as a shrine for praying for academic achievement and traffic safety.
Guest House Kokotamaya opened in January 2019 after completely renovating a vacant apartment in Yaho, Kunitachi. Why don't you experience "Kunitachi" and "Yaho", which are full of charm?
This is a new type of farm where people from small children to young people who want to enjoy rice fields and fields and want to protect and grow can participate.