Part of the stone pavement remains at the west end of the Koizuka settlement moving west from the ichiri-zuka in Koizuka along the old Koshu-kaido Road. The stone pavement shows evidence of being completed using techniques that were common in the Edo Period (1603-1868), which suggests that it was made during that time. Farmers in the area might have been hired to bring stones from riverbeds.
There was stone pavement at the back of Saiko-ji Temple and the east end of Inume-shuku. With the exception of the one remaining in Koizuka settlement, however, they were all covered with asphalt.


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