• The Shiojiri-juku

The Shiojiri-juku is located in the Ina Road (Mikawa ? Shijiri) and Chikuni Road) , which was said to be the salt road before the passage of Nakasendo A lodging site was formed as a starting point, and in the peak period it was a crowded lodging place where 70 lodgings were counted. The Shiojiri-juku stood approximately 11.5 km from the Shimosuwa-juku. The town had a population of 794 (man 411、woman 383),166 houses, one honjin,one waki-honjin, and 75 hatago in the year 1843.

Evening scenery of the Nara River flowing west of the Seba-juku. Boats and rafts full of twigs go down the river, the big moon over the middle sky is illuminating the surface brightly.

Eifukuji temple Gate

Eifukuji templet

Eifukuji temple Deva gate left

Eifukuji temple Deva gate right

Shiojiri Monumen

Ono family house

Express messenger wholesaler


Honjin Trace

Alei shrine

Daimon shrine


Hirade milestone

Hirade remains

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