Tarui-juku


Tarui-juku

nihongo|Tarui-juku|垂井宿|Tarui-juku was the fifty-seventh of the sixty-nine stations of the Nakasendō. It is located in the present-day town of Tarui, Fuwa District, Gifu Prefecture, Japan.

History

Tarui-juku was divided into three parts: western, middle and eastern. Its "honjin" was located in the middle section. The post town itself served as a major transportation hub for western Mino Province, as it was one end point for the Minoji, which connected the Nakasendō with the Tōkaidō at Miya-juku. [http://www.ibisoku.co.jp/nakasenndou/tarui_Top.htm Nakasendo Tarui-juku] . Ibisoku Co., Ltd. Accessed July 11, 2007.]

Neighboring post towns

;Nakasendō:Akasaka-juku - Tarui-juku - Sekigahara-juku;Minoji:Ōgaki-juku - Tarui-juku "(ending location)"

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