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Nagoya-City Miya-no-Watashi Park (Shichiri-no-Watashi)

  • Miya-no-Watashi Park (Shichiri-no-Watashi)
  • Miya-no-Watashi Park (Shichiri-no-Watashi)

The last remaining vestiges of Old Tokaido Route's largest "Juku" station, Miya Juku

Sitting by the margins of the Horikawa River just south of Atsuta Jingu Shrine, this park is a memorial to both Miya Juku, the largest station of the Old Tokaido Route, and to the pier from which ships took travelers to Kuwana Juku, current Kuwana-City on Mie Prefecture, on the Shichiri-no-Watashi crossing along Ise Bay.

SPOT OVERVIEW

Location : 〒456-0044
Uchida-cho, Atsuta-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Admission free of charge
Opening
days / hours
: Always open
Holidays : Never closes
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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    7min southwestwards walk from Exit 4 of Temma-cho Station of the subway Meijo Line.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 10min westwards from either Yobitsugi or Horita exits of the Nagoya Expressway R3 Odaka Route.

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