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The Inaba Kaid? running through ?hara-shuku

The Inaba Kaid? (?) was a route built during the Edo period in Japan. It started in Himeji, Harima Province (modern-day Hy?go Prefecture), and stretched to Tottori, Inaba Province (modern-day Tottori Prefecture). There were eleven post stations along the route connecting to two cities.

The historical route is now traced by National Routes 2, 29, 179 and 373, as well as Hy?go's Prefectural Route 724.

Post stations

There are 11 post stations along the Inaba Kaid?. They are listed below with they corresponding modern-day municipality listed in parentheses.

Hy?go Prefecture

Starting Location: Himeji (Himeji)
1. Shikisai-shuku () (Himeji)
2. Hashisaki-shuku () (Tatsuno)
3. Senbon-shuku () (Tatsuno)
4. Mikazuki-shuku (?) (Say?, Say? District)
5. Hirafuku-shuku () (Say?, Say? District)

Okayama Prefecture

?hara-shuku's honjin
6. ?hara-shuku () (Mimasaka)
7. Sakane-shuku () (Mimasaka)

Tottori Prefecture

8. Komagaeri-shuku () (Chizu, Yazu District)
9. Chizu-shuku () (Chizu, Yazu District)
10. Mochigase-shuku () (Tottori)
11. Kawara-shuku () (Tottori)
Ending Location: Tottori (Tottori)

See also

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