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About Seki shuku
Sekishuku is one of Japan's three major checkpoints, the 47th post town on the Tokaido in Japan's Edo period. It is located in present-day Seki-cho, Kameyama City, Mie Prefecture. It has been designated as an Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings by the country, and the townscape of the past has been preserved to this day.In 1601, Ieyasu Tokugawa began to build the Tokaido, which connects Edo and Kyoto, and established Shinagawa-shuku as the first inn. As a gateway to Edo, it became a gathering place for people, goods, and culture, and also developed as a place for entertainment in Edo. This wooden model is "Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido, Shinagawa Hinode" drawn by Utagawa Hiroshige around 1835.
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