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Hiroshige's print of ?tsu-juku, part of the Sixty-nine Stations of the Kiso Kaid? series
?tsu-juku in the 1830s, as depicted by Hiroshige in The Fifty-three Stations of the T?kaid?

?tsu-juku (, ?tsu-juku) was the last of the sixty-nine stations of the Nakasend?, as well as the last of the fifty-three stations of the T?kaid?. It was 14 km (9 mi) from the previous post town, Kusatsu-juku,[1] and was located in ?mi Province. It is currently located in the present-day city of ?tsu, Shiga Prefecture, Japan.

History

?tsu-juku was a rather large post town, with approximately 350 homes, two honjin, a secondary honjin and 71 inns for other travelers.[1]

Neighboring post towns

Nakasend? & T?kaid?
Kusatsu-juku - ?tsu-juku - Sanj? ?hashi
?saka Kaid? (extended T?kaid?)
Kusatsu-juku - ?tsu-juku - Fushimi-juku

References

Media related to ?tsu-juku at Wikimedia Commons

  1. ^ a b T?kaid? 53tsu-juku. K?hei Wada. Accessed July 17, 2007.

Coordinates: 35°00?21.5?N 135°51?41.1?E / 35.005972°N 135.861417°E / 35.005972; 135.861417


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