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The Nikk? Reiheishi Kaid? (?) was established during the Edo period as a subroute to Nikk? Kaid?. It connects the Nakasend? with the Nikk? Kaid?.[1][2]

Stations of the Nikk? Reiheishi Kaid?

The 21 post stations of the Nikk? Reiheishi Kaid?, with their present-day municipalities listed beside them.

Gunma Prefecture

Keisai Eisen's print of Kuragano-shuku, part of the series The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kiso Kaid?
  1. Kuragano-shuku (Takasaki) (also part of the Nakasend?)
  2. Tamamura-shuku () (Tamamura, Sawa District)
  3. Gory?-shuku () (Tamamura, Sawa District)
  4. Shiba-shuku () (Isesaki)
  5. Sakai-shuku () (Isesaki)
  6. Kizaki-shuku () (?ta)
  7. ?ta-shuku () (?ta)

Tochigi Prefecture

  1. Yagi-shuku () (Ashikaga)
  2. Yanada-shuku () (Ashikaga)
  3. Tenmy?-shuku () (Sano)
  4. Inubushi-shuku () (Sano)
  5. Tomida-shuku () (Tochigi)
  6. Tochigi-shuku () (Tochigi)
  7. Kassenba-shuku (?) (Tochigi)
  8. Kanasaki-shuku () (Tochigi)
  9. Niregi-shuku () (Kanuma)
  10. Nasahara-shuku (?) (Kanuma)
  11. Kanuma-shuku () (Kanuma)
  12. Fubasami-shuku () (Nikk?)
  13. Sakahashi-shuku () (Nikk?)
  14. Imaichi-shuku () (Nikk?) (also part of the Nikk? Kaid?)

See also

References

  1. ^ Nikk? Reiheishid? Archived 2007-09-29 at the Wayback Machine. Mainichi Shinbun. Accessed August 29, 2007.
  2. ^ Old Nakasendo: Kuragano-shuku and Takasaki-shuku Archived 2007-08-22 at the Wayback Machine. City of Takasaki. Accessed August 29, 2007.

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