Seki-juku

Seki-juku, which is located near Kameyama City in Mie Prefecture, was the 47th of 53 waystations along the Tokaido, which was the main road between Tokyo and Kyoto until the 19th century. I visited this place with my friends in the fall, and, while the Tokaido is long gone, Seki-juku has changed little from its heyday.

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