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Latest revision as of 12:19, 29 June 2019

The castle-town of Okazaki was also a major post-station along the Tôkaidô.

It was home to the 370-meter-long Yahagi Bridge, the longest bridge along the entire Tôkaidô.[1]

Preceded by:
Fujikawa-juku
Stations of the Tôkaidô Succeeded by:
Chiryû-juku

[edit] References

  1. Gallery labels, National Museum of Korea.[1]
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