• The Moriyama-juku

The Moriyama-juku is said to "leave Kyoto and stay at Moriyama-juku". It seems that the place where the traveler who stayed in Kyoto arrived first. It seems that there were 30 hatagos and it was a huge crowd. The Moriyama-juku was located stood approximately 13.7 km from the Musa-juku. The town had a population of 1,700 (man 837、woman 863), 415houses, two honjin,one wakihonin, and 30 hatago in the year 1843.

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.

Lantern street light

Yuishin temple

Umaisobe shrine

Umaisobe main shrine

Moriya-juku monument

Honjin Trace

Old unused well

Imasyuku Milestone

The tomb of Jyurenbou's mother

Jyuouji temple

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