• Strolling into Japan's past along the Nakasendo Way

    29 days ago - By LA Times

    For two centuries the Nakasendo Way was a major pedestrian route that connected a string of villages that provided lodging and sustenance for the shoguns, retainers and daimyo, or feudal lords, traveling between Tokyo and Kyoto. The trail and its villages were largely abandoned in the late 1800s...
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