"Yamashiro Kodo" is a small diameter that is continuing while gently swirling the mountains of Namyamagi Castle between Kyoto and Nara.
You can see the map on the picture drawing the road with location information.
[What's Yamashiro Kodo]
A tomb, an old town, a talking voice of people, and a road that can meet nostalgic scenery.
This is the way the predecessors held their love of this area and the viewpoints of the attraction of the land.
It is a way that each one of us can relax and taste and rediscover the various charms that sleep in the area by walking.
While actually walking, quizzes and introductions of old-fashioned players are also described.
■ Planning, production etc.
① Yamashiro Kodo Promotion Council
In 1996, four city towns of Joyo City, Ide City, Yamashiro Town, Kizu Town ("Kizu Town, Kamo Town, Yamashiro Town" merged on March 12, 2007 and became "Kitsugawa City"), In order to promote town planning with this road as a bond, we established the Yamadashi Kochi Promotion Council.
4 Municipalities joined hands, spreading exchanges between visitors and people in the area, and began working on various projects to increase the appeal of the entire region.
* We associate the old map with the GPS information and display the current location on the picture map.
* Based on the GPS information, you can experience the feeling that your current location is moving and walking on the picture map.
* The landmark icon on the map contains commentary etc. in the vicinity.
* You can switch display between picture map and AppleMaps.
* When turning between picture map and AppleMaps, the orientation is displayed according to the rotation function
[Maps on the App]
・Yamashiro Kodo adventure courses
1. Stroly shows your location using GPS. Using Stroly on iPodTouch or iPad WiFi might not show accurate current position.
2. No modification is done to the description of original maps used in this app.
3. We cannot guarantee 100% accuracy of the maps and locations because
of the distortion of the original maps and the GPS accuracy. We would like you to enjoy the original uncertainty of the maps.
4. We have no intention of violating human rights by disclosing the historical maps.