The Todoroki Valley is an attractive hiking trail that runs for about a kilometer through a narrow, forested valley along a small river, right in the heart of the Setagaya District. It is a popular choice for those looking for a quick escape from the daily cityscape.
Just 20 minutes from Shibuya or Shinjuku, Todoroki can be reached by local train and is close to nearby Jiyugaoka, famous for its pastry shops and desserts. There are several points of interest along the way, including some bridges, remains of tunnel tombs and lookout points for geological rock layers.
At the other end of the valley is the Todoroki Fudo, an atmospheric temple.
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