Kaid

Some articles on kaid:

Seki-juku
... in Japan during the Edo period Seki-juku (Tōkaidō), the forty-seventh station on the Tōkaidō Seki-shuku (Mikuni Kaidō), the twenty-first station on the Mikuni Kaidō ...
Tosa Kaidō
... The Tosa Kaidō (土佐街道?) was an ancient trade route in Japan that is now mirrored by the modern National Route 33 ... This route was called the "Old Tosa Kaidō" (旧土佐街道 Kyū-Tosa Kaidō) ...
Shio No Michi
... Shio no Michi (塩の道, Salt Road?) was an old kaidō in ancient Japan and was used to transport salt from the ocean to the inland portions of central Honshū ... The road leading from the Sea of Japan to Shinano Province was called the Chikuni Kaidō (千国街道), whereas the road leading from the Pacific Ocean was called the Sansh ...
Shukuba - Preserved and Rebuilt Post Stations
... Nationally-designated Architectural Preservation Sites Aizu Nishi Kaidō's Ōuchi-juku (Shimogō, Minamiaizu District, Fukushima Prefecture) Hokkoku Kaidō's Unno-juku (Tōmi ...
Sekigahara Station - Layout - Platforms
... 1 ■Tōkaidō Line for Maibara and Kyōto 2 ■Tōkaidō Line starting Sekigahara for Ōgaki and Nagoya 3 ■Tōkaidō Line (passing trains only) 4 ■Tōkaidō Line for Ōgaki and Nagoya ...