Akishima City, Tokyo


Nadeshiko Kagamihara, a high school girl, moved to Yamanashi from another prefecture, Shizuoka. After settling down in her new town, one day she visited Lake Motosu to enjoy fine views of Mt. Fuji. On her way to the lake, however, she grew exhausted and fell asleep. After waking up to find out the night had already set in, she met with Rin Shima, a girl who loves camping alone. Later, she found out Rin was her schoolmate. The camper kept the heroine, who experienced the fun of camping, safe. This encounter led Nadeshiko to join her school’s The Outdoor Exploration Club (“OEC”). There, she enjoyed camping with circle members like Chiaki Ohgaki, Aoi Inuyama, and others, while building up her friendship with Rin. This is a story of an outdoor girl living in Minobu.

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Sightseeing Spot in This Area

Akishima City once flourished as a staging post, and is now a popular commuter town due to its convenient transport links. The city is also rich in greenery, with the Tamagawa-Josui River in the north and the Tama River in the south, part of Showa Kinen Park which lies within Akishima City, and MoriTown which is located just outside Akishima Station surrounded by a forest. At the north exit of Akishima Station, there is a row of 72 ginkgo trees, and as the area is a pedestrian-only zone with no need to worry about cars, it is crowded with people during the fresh green of summer and leaf tints of autumn.