Even today, there are remnants of the former post town around. If you enter from the north, you pass by a pine colonnade that leads to the still-standing buildings. Toriimoto-juku was able to flourish as a post town with its one honjin and two secondary honjin because it was part of other pathways, including the Chōsenjin Kaidō, which connected the post station with Musa-juku.
Neighboring post towns
- Nakasendou Toriimoto-juku. Hikone City. Accessed July 20, 2007.