In 1930’s, Tokyo City and Tokyo Railway Bureau had developed “Shimin-Kenko-ro”（Hiking Trails for Citizens） in the suburbs of Tokyo. This paper aims to clarify the implications and outcomes of the project as a tourism promotion project that targets for urban residents. We conducted literature survey（maps, booklets, guidebooks, administrative documents, travel and hiking magazines and newspapers）, focusing on （1） the development of project, （2） the stakeholders and their goal and policies and （3） the social background. We found that this project promoted multi-sectional or inter-organizational tourism development for Tokyo City. It was related to the policy of Ministry of Railways and the Ministry of Welfare, and both welfare and tourism section were concerned with this project in Tokyo City government. Tokyo Railway Bureau and other railway companies cooperated to develop the hiking trails and discount train ticket for hikers. For Local governments and other organizations in Tama, this project was a practice for the tourism development in Keienchi and Scenic zones of Tokyo Park System.