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The Ush? Kaid? (?) was a subroute of the ?sh? Kaid? and the Sendaid? in Japan. It breaks off from the Sendaid? at K?ri-juku in the modern-day Koori in Fukushima Prefecture. It connects to Aburakawa-juku along Matsumaed?, the other subroute of the ?sh? Kaid?. It is traced by National Routes 13 and 7. It was established after Tokugawa Ieyasu called for the construction of routes connecting the capital of Edo (now Tokyo) with other parts of Japan.[1]

Stations of the Ush? Kaid?

The 57 post stations along the Ush? Kaid? are listed below in order and are divided by their modern-day prefecture. The present day municipality is listed afterwards in parentheses. (Actual post stations are indicated with numbers. Ai no shuku are indicated with bullets.)

Fukushima Prefecture

Starting location: K?ri-juku () (Koori, Date District) (also part of the Sendaid?)
1. Kosaka-juku () (Kunimi, Date District)

Miyagi Prefecture

2. Kamitozawa-juku (?) (Shiroishi)
3. Shimotozawa-juku (?) (Shiroishi)
4. Watarase-juku () (Shichikashuku, Katta District)
5. Seki-juku () (Shichikashuku, Katta District)
6. Nametsu-juku () (Shichikashuku, Katta District)
7. T?geta-juku () (Shichikashuku, Katta District)
8. Yunohara-juku () (Shichikashuku, Katta District)
  • Hikaba-juku () (Shichikashuku, Katta District)

Yamagata Prefecture

9. Narage-juku () (Kaminoyama)
10. Kaminoyama-juku () (Kaminoyama)
11. Matsubara-juku () (Yamagata)
12. Yamagata-juku () (Yamagata)
13. Tend?-juku () (Tend?)
  • Rokuta-juku () (Higashine)
  • Miyazaki-juku () (Higashine)
14. Tateoka-juku () (Murayama)
  • Motoiida-juku (?) (Murayama)
  • Tochiuda-juku (?) (Murayama)
15. Obanazawa-juku (?) (Obanazawa)
16. Nakisawa-juku (?) (Obanazawa)
17. Funagata-juku () (Funagata, Mogami District)
18. Shinj?-juku () (Shinj?)
19. Kaneyama-juku () (Kaneyama, Mogami District)
  • Nakada-juku () (Kaneyama, Mogami District)
20. Nozoki-juku () (Mamurogawa, Mogami District)

Akita Prefecture

21. Innai-juku () (Yuzawa)
22. Yokobori-juku () (Yuzawa)
23. Yuzawa-juku () (Yuzawa)
24. Yokote-juku () (Yokote)
25. Kanezawa-juku () (Yokote)
26. Rokug?-juku () (Misato, Senboku District)
27. ?magari-juku () (Daisen)
28. Jing?ji-juku (?) (Daisen)
29. Kariwano-juku (?) (Daisen)
  • Kamiyodokawa-juku (?) (Daisen)
30. Sakai-juku () (Daisen)
31. Toshima-juku () (Akita)
32. Kubota-juku (?) (Akita)
33. Tsuchizakiminato-juku (?) (Akita)
34. ?kubo-juku (?) (Katagami)
35. Abukawa-juku () (Katagami)
36. ?kawa-juku () (Goj?me, Minamiakita District)
37. Hitoichi-juku (?) (Hachir?gata, Minamiakita District)
38. Kado-juku () (Mitane, Yamamoto District)
39. Morioka-juku () (Mitane, Yamamoto District)
40. Toyooka-juku () (Mitane, Yamamoto District)
41. Hiyama-juku () (Noshiro)
42. Tsurugata-juku () (Noshiro)
43. Tobine-juku () (Noshiro)
44. Niageba-juku (?) (Noshiro)
45. Kotsunagi-juku () (Noshiro)
46. Imaizumi-juku () (Kitaakita)
47. Maeyama-juku () (Kitaakita)
48. Tsuzureko-juku () (Kitaakita)
49. Kawaguchi-juku () (?date)
50. ?date-juku () (?date)
51. Shakanai-juku (?) (?date)

Aomori Prefecture

52. Ikarigaseki-juku (?) (Hirakawa)
53. ?wani-juku () (?wani, Minamitsugaru District)
54. Hirosaki-juku () (Hirosaki)
55. Fujisaki-juku () (Fujisaki, Minamitsugaru District)
56. Namioka-juku () (Aomori)
57. Shinj?-juku () (Aomori)
Ending location: Aburakawa-juku () (Aomori) (also part of the Matsumaed?)

See also

References

  1. ^ Ush? Kaid?. NTT Akita Branch. Accessed January 4, 2007.

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