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Mito Kaid? (?) was an old road, kaid?, in Japan and one of the five Gokaido starting from the center of Edobashi (today's Nihonbashi. It was built to connect Edo with Mito in modern-day Ibaraki Prefecture. Travelers from Edo called it the Mito Kaid?, but travelers from Mito called it the Edo Kaid?. Today, National Route 6 follows the old Mito Kaido.[1]

Stations of the Mito Kaid?


Hokusai's ukiyo-e of Senjujuku in the early 19th century
1. Senjujuku () (Adachi) (also part of the Nikk? Kaid?)
2. Niijuku () (Kanamachi, Katsushika)

Chiba Prefecture

3. Matsudojuku () (Matsudo)
4. Koganejuku () (Matsudo)
5. Abikojuku (?) (Abiko)

Ibaraki Prefecture

6. Toridejuku () (Toride)
7. Fujishirojuku () (Toride)
8. Wakashibajuku () (Ry?gasaki)
9. Ushikujuku () (Ushiku)
10. Arakawaokijuku (?) (Tsuchiura)
11. Nakamurajuku () (Tsuchiura)
12. Tsuchiurajuku () (Tsuchiura)
13. Nakanukijuku () (Tsuchiura)
14. Inayoshijuku () (Kasumigaura)
15. Fuch?juku () (Ishioka)
16. Takeharajuku () (Omitama)
17. Katakurajuku () (Omitama)
18. Obatajuku () (Ibaraki, Higashiibaraki District)
19. Nagaokajuku () (Ibaraki, Higashiibaraki District)
20. Mitojuku () (Mito)

See also


  1. ^ Chiba Kokaid? Rekishi Sanpo. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. Accessed December 28, 2007.

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