Tokugawa Shogunate and Edo culture

What is the Edo period?
The first Tokugawa Ieyasu established the shogunate in Edo in 1603, and Edo was the center of politics for 265 years until the 15th general Tokugawa yoshinobu.
For about 260 years, peace was maintained for a long time. This is an unusual phenomenon in the history of the world. You can imagine the vibrant Edo townscape of the people of those days.

Japanese Edo culture / Woody JOE

NIHON BASHI, Wooden Mini Bridge Model

53 Stations of the Tōkaidō Series
"Nihon bashi"
Japanese Mini Bridge Model, by Woody JOE

EDO CASTLE, Japanese Castle Model

1/150 Scale "Edo Castle"
Wooden Japanese Castle Model, by Woody JOE

Figures "People of the Edo period 3"

1/150 Scale Figures

Nikko Toshogu YOMEIMON, Japanese Shrine Model

1/50 Scale "Nikko Toshogu Yomeinon"
Wooden Japanese Temple Model, by Woody JOE

SENSOU-JI TEMPLE KAMINARIMON, Japanese Temple Model

1/50 Scale "Sensou-ji Temple Kaminarimon"
Wooden Japanese Temple Model, by Woody JOE

Sensou-ji Temple KAMINARIMON (Half specification), Japanese Temple Model

1/100 Scale "Sensou-ji Temple Kaminarimon (Half specification)"
Wooden Japanese Temple Model, by Woody JOE

Traditional Japanese TEA HOUSE, Wooden Mini House Model

"Traditional Japanese Tea House"
Japanese Mini architecture, by Woody JOE

YAKATA-BUNE, Mini Ship Series

Mini Ship Series "YAKATA-BUNE"
Wooden Sailing Ship Model, by Woody JOE

EDO MIKOSHI, Portable Shrine Model

1/5 Scale "Edo Mikoshi"
Wooden Mikoshi model, by Woody JOE

MACHI MIKOSHI, Portable Shrine Model

1/5 Scale "Machi Mikoshi"
Wooden Mikoshi model, by Woody JOE