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  • Japanese: 吉田宿 (Yoshida juku)

Yoshida was the 34th post-station along the Tôkaidô highway. In 1843, the surrounding town consisted of almost 1,300 homes, as well as two honjin, one waki-honjin, and 65 hatagoya inns.

The post-station was within the territory of Mikawa Yoshida han.

Preceded by:
Stations of the Tôkaidô Succeeded by:


  • Gallery labels, Futagawa-juku honjin shiryôkan, Toyohashi, Aichi prefecture.[1]

External Links

  • Former site of the post-station, in modern-day Toyohashi City, Aichi prefecture, on Google Maps.[2]