• The Musa-juku

The Musa-juku is elongated about 890 m to the east and west,, and is a lodging place filled with seafood, cloth, paper and other materials. The Musa-juku was located approximately 9.8 km from the Echigawa-juku. The town had a population of 537 (man 272、woman 265), 183 houses, one honjin, one waki-honjin, and 23 hatago in the year 1843. Tenbin no Sato mean "Omi merchant" who has grown from a personal merchant to a large merchant by going around Japan all the way with an elephant stick as a shoulder

The surrounding cherry blossoms are in full bloom. In the tea room the lady waits for customers. In the tea house, travelers relax on the borders. The road is crowded with horses and deliverymen.

Tenbin no Sato

Okuishi shrine

Forest from ancient times

Nerai Jinya Trace

Musa shrine

Musa maine shrine

Musa-juku monument

Honjin Trace

Wakihonjin Trace

Kousatsuba Trace

Thatched house

Yokozeki Crossing trace

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