Hakuoki x Hino Collab Stamp Rally

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Page ID1012560  Last update October 7, 2019

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About the Stamp Rally

In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Hijikata Toshizo’s last battle, Hino City and Hakuoki are collaborating to hold a Stamp Rally event. Visit places around Hino City, hometown of the Shinsengumi, and collect stamps to win a Hakuoki-themed prize. Each stamp location will have a cutout panel of a Hakuoki character. Feel free to take photos with the panels!

When: October 4, 2019 through November 4, 2019

Where: Various locations around Hino City, Tokyo

Prize for Completing the Stamp Rally: 2 postcard prints with original Hakuoki x Hino City designs. You can find pictures of the designs on the official collaboration website.

Note: Prizes are available for the first 3,000 participants to complete and turn in the stamp booklet.

How to Play

Get a copy of the stamp rally booklet online or in person

Online: You can download a pdf to print from the official collaboration website at https://hino-hakuoki.jp/

In Person: Paper copies are available at: Hino-shuku Culture Center, Sekidenji, and Takahata Fudo-son.

Visit 5 stamp rally locations

There are eight stamp rally locations. To earn a prize, you must visit at least five, including all three of the required locations. The required locations are marked on the stamp booklet with a red bubble reading “MUST!” You do not need to collect the stamps in any particular order.

Required locations (visit all 3): Takahata Fudo-son, Sekidenji, and Manganji Station

Other Locations (visit at least 2): Hino Station, Hino-shuku Honjin, Shinsengumi Furusato Historical Museum, Inoue Genzaburo Museum, Sato Hikogoro and Shinsengumi Museum

Bring your completed stamp booklet to the Hino-shuku Culture Center for a prize

Bring your stamp booklet with at least five stamps (must include stamps from the three required locations) to the Hino-shuku Culture Center between 9:30 am and 5:00 pm during the Stamp Rally period.

Show the booklet to the staff, who will give you two Hakuoki postcard prints. The staff will mark the stamp booklet as redeemed, then give it back to you to keep.

You may only redeem one stamp booklet per person. Make sure to collect all of your stamps in the same booklet!

Address & Access: 7-5-6 Hino Honmachi, Hino, Tokyo (12 minute walk from Hino Station)

Stamp Rally Locations

1. Hino Station

Address & Access: 1-9-6 Osakaue, Hino, Tokyo (Services the JR Chuo Line)
Character panel: Harada Sanosuke
Stamp Location: Outside the ticket gate to the right (if you are facing the gate from outside, it will be on your left).
Times: The stamp location will be open at all times, but may be closed in event of rain.

2. Hino-shuku Honjin

Address & Access: 2-15-9 Hino Honmachi, Hino, Tokyo (12 minute walk from Hino Station)
Character Panel: Kondo Isami
Stamp Location: Near the building’s entrance (Go through the gate and follow the path)
Times: 9:30 am through 4:30 pm
The Honjin is closed on 10/7, 10/15, 10/21, and 10/28. On these days, the panel and stamp will be set up at the Hino-shuku Culture Center across the street.
About: The Hino-shuku Honjin was owned by Hijikata Toshizo’s older brother-in-law, Sato Hikogoro. In the Edo period, there used to be a dojo here where Hijikata, Kondo, and other Shinsengumi members trained. While it is not necessary to enter the Honjin to receive a stamp, if you would like to enter, admission is 200 yen for adults and 50 yen for children middle school age and younger.

3. Shinsengumi Furusato Historical Museum

Address & Access: 4-16-1 Shinmei, Hino, Tokyo (15 minute walk from Hino Station or a 5 minute walk from the Hino Nanasho Iriguchi stop on the Keio Bus)
Character panel: Saito Hajime
Stamp Location: Inside near the front desk
Times: 9:30 am through 4:30 pm
About: This museum showcases materials from the late Edo and early Meiji periods related to the Shinsengumi and local history. There is a dress-up corner where you can dress in a Shinsengumi costume and take photos. While it is not necessary to enter the museum to receive a stamp, if you would like to enter, admission is 200 yen for adults and 50 yen for children middle school age and younger.
Note: This location has a limited selection of Hakuoki x Hino City collaboration merch for sale.

4. Inoue Genzaburo Museum

Address & Access: 4-11-12 Hino Honmachi, Hino, Tokyo (5 minute walk from Hino Station)
Character panel: Okita Souji
Stamp Location: Outside of the museum near the entrance
Times: 9:00 am through 5:00 pm (while the panel and stamp will be available throughout the stamp rally period, the museum itself is open only on the first and third Sundays of the month between 12 noon and 4:00 pm)
About: The museum is currently closed for renovations, and is scheduled to reopen in mid-October. The museum shows materials related to Inoue Genzaburo, the captain of the Shinsengumi’s sixth troop, and his older brother Matsugoro. While it is not necessary to enter the museum to receive a stamp, if you would like to enter, admission is 500 yen for adults and 300 yen for children middle school age and younger.

5. Sato Hikogoro and Shinsengumi Museum

Address & Access: 2-15-5 Hino Honmachi, Hino, Tokyo (8 minute walk from Hino Station)
Character panel: Toudou Heisuke
Stamp Location: Outside of the museum near the entrance
Times: 9:00 am through 5:00 pm (while the panel and stamp will be available throughout the stamp rally period, the museum itself is open only on the first and third Sundays of the month between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm)
About: This museum displays materials related to Sato Hikogoro, friend and financial backer of the Shinsengumi, as well as the husband of Hijikata Toshizo’s older sister Nobu. While it is not necessary to enter the museum to receive a stamp, if you would like to enter, admission is 500 yen for adults and 300 yen for children middle school age and younger.

6. Takahata Fudo-son (Required Location)

Address & Access: 733 Takahata, Hino, Tokyo (3 minute walk from Keio Takahatafudo Station or a 5 minute walk from the Tama Monorail Takahatafudo Station)
Character panel: Hijikata Toshizo
Stamp Location: In the temple grounds near the front entrance just past the Niomon gate.
Times: 9:00 am through 5:00 pm (the temple itself is open at all times, but the temple’s museum gallery is closed on Mondays)
About: Takahata Fudo-son was the Buddhist temple visited by the Hijikata family. There is a statue of Hijikata Toshizo, as well as a stone memorial dedicated to Kondo Isami and Hijikata Toshizo.
Note: This location has blank stamp rally booklets.

7. Sekidenji (Required Location)

Address & Access: 1-1-10 Ishida, Hino, Tokyo (8 minute walk from Manganji Station)
Character panel: Hijikata Toshizo
Stamp Location: Inside the temple grounds, in the Shichifukujin building
Times: 9:00 am through 5:00 pm
About: This temple is the location of Hijikata Toshizo’s grave.
Note: This location has blank stamp rally booklets.

8. Manganji Station (Required Location)

Address & Access: 4 Manganji, Hino, Tokyo (Services the Tama Monorail line)
Character panel: Kazama Chikage
Stamp Location: Outside of the ticket gate to the right (if you are facing the gate from outside, it will be on your left)
Times: Any time between the first and last trains
About: This monorail station is in the area where Hijikata Toshizo was born and grew up. It is also the closest station to the Hijikata Toshizo Museum (located at Toshizo’s childhood home) and Sekidenji.

Hino-shuku Culture Center

Address & Access: 7-5-6 Hino Honmachi, Hino, Tokyo (12 minute walk from Hino Station)
Times: 9:30 am through 5:00 pm
About: Visit the Hino-shuku Culture Center after completing the stamp rally to collect your prize. You can also buy Hakuoki x Hino City collaboration merch, or visit the local Shinsengumi-themed gift shop. The Center is just across the street from the Hino-shuku Honjin, and will have the stamp and panel for the Honjin on days that the Honjin is closed (10/7, 10/15, 10/21, and 10/28).
Note: This location has blank stamp rally booklets.
Note: This location has Hakuoki x Hino City collaboration merch for sale.

Getting to and around Hino City

Train Access Map

How to Get to Hino City

From Shinjuku Station:

To Hino Station: Take the JR Chuo Line (about 30 minutes).

To Manganji Station: Take the JR Chuo Line to Tachikawa Station. Walk from Tachikawa Station to Tachikawa Minami Station, then take the Tama Monorail to Manganji Station.

To Takahatafudo Station: Take the Keio Line (about 30 minutes).

Getting around Hino City

Transportation between Hino Station and Takahatafudo Station
Take the Keio Bus or a taxi (around 20 minutes)

Transportation between Hino Station and Manganji Station
Take a taxi (around 10 minutes)

Transportation between Manganji Station and Takahatafudo Station
Take the Tama Monorail (around 2 minutes)

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