In Tenpo 3 (1832), two people, Mr. Masahiko Hashimoto, Masahiko Shimizu, and Mr. Shimizu Yoshinori, were touched by the beauty of this valley, built a road and a stone bridge with several friends, and flower trees of the four seasons It is said that they planted them. Their religious fellows greeted the divine spirit of the god of Toyonori Ueda of Ise in this area the following year, and worshiped the Ogasumi. Ever since, this precinct is called "Hakuba River".
- [Average year data]The leaves begin to color: mid November
- late November