• The Imasu-juku

The Imasu-juku crowds as Monzen-machi of Myojyoji, and it was a lodging place crowded as a commercial area when the Road is improved. However, since the Meiji period, the Tokaido line passed while there was no station and changed to a quiet village in the mountain. The Imasu-juku was located approximately 5.5 km from the Sekigahara-juku. The town had a population of 1,784, 464 houses, one honjin,two waki-honjin,and 13 hatago in the year 1843.

he Imasu-juku was located on the border of oomi and Mino. The teashop in front was called Oomi-ya and The shop next door was called Ryogoku-ya. The sign of Omiya is promoting white powder. The sign of Ryogoku-ya is "origins of sleeping stories". The Omi people and the Mino people talked about the stories of other countries while sleeping across the wall.

Imasu milestone


Honjin and Wakihonjin Trace鐘

Wholesale store

Night Lite

Houzenji temple

Hachiman shrine

Returning slope

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