• The Seba-juku

The Seba-juku was newly built with Shiojiri-juku and Motoyama-juku following the change of Nakasendo Road route in 1614. It is a lodging place that was crowded with people from Zenkoji temple. The Seba-juku was located approximately 7.2 km from the Shiojiri-juku. The town had a population of 661 (man 340、woman 321),163 houses, one honjin,one waki-honjin,and 29 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.

Pine tree

Night Lite

Wakasare signposts

Pure water of Afuta

Honjin Trace

Luggage weight inspection site

Wakihonjin Trace

Bashou hike

Seba-juke monument

Kousatuba Trace

Gennari Jizo

Makino milestone

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