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Nikk%C5%8D Waki%C5%8Dkan

Nikk? Waki?kan () was established during the Edo period as a subroute to connect Hachi?ji with Nikk?. The route stretches approximately 160 km (99 mi) and, at various points, is called the Nikk?d?. Because it is an alternate route to the Nikk? Kaid?, other names are Nikk? Wakikaid?, Nikk? Hinoban Kaid?, Sennind?shin Kaid?, Hachi?ji Kaid? and Tatebayashid?.

Stations of the Nikk? Waki?kan

The 22 post stations of the Nikk? Waki?kan, with their present-day municipalities listed beside them. The route runs simultaneously with the Nikk? Reiheishi Kaid? starting at Sano-juku and with the Mibud?ri (?) starting at Niregi-juku.


1. Haijima-juku () (Akishima)
2. Hakonegasaki-juku () (Mizuho, Nishitama District)

Saitama Prefecture

3. Nihongi-juku (?) (Iruma)
4. ?gimachiya-juku (?) (Iruma)
5. Kurosu-juku () (Iruma)
6. Takahagi-juku () (Hidaka)
7. Sakado-juku () (Sakado)
8. Takasaka-juku () (Higashimatsuyama)
9. Matsuyama-juku () (Higashimatsuyama)
10. Fukiage-shuku () (K?nosu)
11. Oshi-juku () (Gy?da)

Gunma Prefecture

12. Kawamata-juku () (Meiwa, ?ra District)
13. Tatebayashi-juku () (Tatebayashi)

Tochigi Prefecture

14. Sano-juku () (Sano)
15. Tomida-juku () (Tochigi)
16. Tochigi-juku () (Tochigi)
17. Kassenba-juku (?) (Tochigi)
18. Kanasaki-juku () (Tochigi)
19. Niregi-juku () (Kanuma)
20. Kanuma-juku () (Kanuma)
21. Fubasami-juku () (Nikk?)
22. Imaichi-juku () (Nikk?)

See also


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