|This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (August 2011)|
Tarui-juku was divided into three parts: western, middle and eastern. Its honjin was located in the middle section. The post town itself served as a major transportation hub for western Mino Province, as it was one end point for the Minoji, which connected the Nakasendō with the Tōkaidō at Miya-juku. It also sat on the banks of the Ai River.
Neighboring post towns
- Akasaka-juku - Tarui-juku - Sekigahara-juku
- Ōgaki-juku - Tarui-juku (ending location)
- Nakasendo Tarui-juku. Ibisoku Co., Ltd. Accessed July 11, 2007.