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Seki-juku, posting town of the Tokaido Road

Seki-juku, posting town of the Tokaido Road

It prospered as the 47th lodging town of 53 stations on the Tokaido Road. It contains more than 200 traditional houses built between the later Edo Period and the Meiji Period, and has been designated an important national architectural district. There are a variety of sights, including the Seki Jizoin temple and the Seki Machinami Shiryokan (Hall of Records), where various historical documents related to Seki-juku are stored and displayed.

Location

Shinmachi, Nakamachi, Kozaki Kameyama City

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Access

10-minute walk from Seki Station on JR Line

Fee (admission, etc.)

Free
Common for both Seki Machinami Shiryokan (Hall of Records) and Seki-juku HatagoTamaya Historical Hall; Adult: ¥300; Students (Elementary, Junior high, High): ¥200

Open

9:00~17:00
Hall of Records

Facility closed, etc.

Monday(In case of holiday, on the following day, December 29 ~ January 3)

For further information:

Tourism Division of Kameyama City
TEL:0595-96-1212
FAX:0595-96-2414
E-mail:sekishisyo@city.kameyama.mie.jp

Barrier-free

Wheelchair-accessible toilet