• The Nakatsugawa-juku 2/2

The Nakatsugawa-juku is a lodging place that was crowded as a vast area of surrounding goods since the Higashiyamicho era before Nakasendo, especially Shinmachi neighborhood where many merchant houses have become a lively shopping street. Also, in Yokocho, the houses built in the Edo period lined up eaves, and the appearance of the times remained a lot. The Nakatsugawa-juku was located approximately 3.9 km from the Ochiai-juku. The town had a population of 928 (man 454、woman 474), 228 houses, one honjin, one waki-honjin,and 29 hatago in the year 1843.

There were several irrigation ponds in Sakamoto. Three samurai with raincoats walk on the windless road.

Kodenoki slope


Tateba Trace

Memorial monument

Roku Jizo

Hachimangou shrine

Shinoharake’s lounge

Night Lite

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