Toyohashi City Futagawa Shuku Honjin Museum, Toyohashi

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  • Old Tokaido road running East from Yoshida-Juku and the first town's futagawa-Juku. Tokaido, although quite narrow streets. Here is the atmosphere of the old town. But really this area only. After that ordinary country roads.
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  • Is there where you can see the castle ruins and a hostelry mark around the relay station of sankin kotai (?) Like is not much that can be visited in. My childhood local houses such as Japan still was, but no longer in urban areas is wiped. Also surviving buildings of the Edo period, but is restored, but still the mainstay, and ((o (be ∀ ') o)) gets even more excited. Looks like a prewar building also houses in the facing side of the road is paving the road itself, though I feel the time width of the road.
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  • Tokaido in Kusatsu and here's valuable base. There is travel to Edo Museum, especially a man of officials at the time of travel to Kanto (? ) Can enjoy B-class gourmet has pleasure in passing during the recording, buy postcards and we now little more than a pretty interesting. Interesting-Juku Honjin was relatively trencher koburi, adjacent Inn staying at the elder statesman was to contrast the two buildings is so thing, clean lodging for daimyo and commoners was the highest rooms have different understanding. In the Honjin hung Hina, Japanese kimonos and handmade ornaments that have been exhibited, was gorgeous.
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