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The '''Kiso Valley''' (木曽谷) is in [[Nagano prefecture]], [[Japan]].
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The '''Kiso Valley''' [http://www.kisoji.com] (木曽谷) is in [[Nagano prefecture]], [[Japan]].
  
 
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There is a historical section of the Nakasendo Highway through the Kiso Valley.
 
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* [http://www.kisoji.com/ Kiso Net] (in Japanese)
 
* [http://travel2.nytimes.com/2005/03/20/travel/20japanhike.html?ex=1141275600&en=0400e477f322d334&ei=5070 Nakasendo Highway - New York Times Article - Login Required]
 
  
 
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Revision as of 18:26, 28 February 2006

The Kiso Valley [1] (木曽谷) is in Nagano prefecture, Japan.

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Understand

Once one of Japan's major transport arteries, the Nakasendo highway connected Kyoto with Edo (present-day Tokyo). A section of the highway is maintained in the Kiso Valley, between the well-preserved villages of Tsumago and Magome.

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Get around

See

There is a historical section of the Nakasendo Highway through the Kiso Valley.

Do

Buy

Eat

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