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Tokiwa-Bridge in Kokura on the Nagasaki Kaid?
Nagasaki Road near Magari (Kokura)
Uchino-shuku in Iizuka
The street art of Iizuka-shuku in Higashimachi Shopping Arcade, Iizuka
Map of the Nagasaki Kaid? made by Engelbert Kaempfer in 1690-91 (The History of Japan. London 1727)
Dutch trading post chief and his entourage (The History of Japan)

The Nagasaki Kaid? (?) was a road across Ky?sh? from Kokura to Nagasaki, used by daimy?s for the sankin-k?tai, and also by the chief of the Dutch trading post at Nagasaki on whom a similar obligation of visiting the sh?gun was imposed. The route stretched 228 km and took travelers approximately one week.[1]

Stations of the Nagasaki Kaid?

The Nagasaki Kaid?'s 25 post stations, as listed in 1705, are listed below with their modern-day municipalities indicated beside them.[1] Travelers visiting Naruse-shuku and Shiota-shuku would avoid Kitagata-shuku and Tsukasaki-shuku.

Fukuoka Prefecture

Starting Location: Tokiwabashi () (Kokura Kita-ku, Kitaky?sh?)
1. Kurosaki-shuku () (Yahata Nishi-ku, Kitaky?sh?)
2. Koyanose-shuku (?) (Yahata Nishi-ku, Kitaky?sh?)
3. Iizuka-shuku () (Iizuka)
4. Uchino-shuku () (Iizuka)
5. Yamae-shuku () (Chikushino)
6. Haruda-shuku () (Chikushino)

Saga Prefecture

7. Tashiro-shuku () (Tosu)
8. Todoroki-shuku () (Tosu)
9. Nakabaru-shuku () (Miyaki, Miyaki District)
10. Kanzaki-shuku () (Kanzaki)
11. Sakaibaru-shuku () (Kanzaki)
12. Saga-shuku () (Saga)
13. Ushizu-shuku () (Ogi)
14. Oda-shuku () (K?hoku, Kishima District)
15. Kitagata-shuku () or Naruse-shuku () (Takeo)
16. Tsukasaki-shuku () or Shiota-shuku () (Takeo)
17. Ureshino-shuku () (Ureshino)

Nagasaki Prefecture

18. Sonogi-shuku () (Higashisonogi, Higashisonogi District)
19. Matsubara-shuku () (?mura)
20. ?mura-shuku () (?mura)
21. Eish?-shuku () (Isahaya)
22. Yagami-shuku () (Nagasaki)
23. Himi-shuku () (Nagasaki)
Ending Location: Nagasaki

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Nagasaki Kaid? Archived April 8, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. (in Japanese) Nagasaki Prefecture. Accessed March 12, 2008.

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