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IndexEntrance page
HomeThis is the main page where you can find the Ukiyoe gallery, the Edo map, and Links
MapYou can click on specific locations to visit in Edo
Art Gallery
Look at several art works (Ukiyoe) from the Edo period
LinksSee a list of other sites on the internet that provide information on Japanese history, art, or Edo
[The Tour]
IntroductionThis is the starting page for your virtual tour.
KawasakiA military checkpoint(seki)
Rokugo-no-WatashiThe Rokugo ferry crossing
Ikegami HonmonjiThe Ikegami Honmonji (temple) and the Lotus sect of Buddhism
ShinagawaEdo's main lodging town (Juku)
Shinagawa IIA night at a Japanese inn
SenkakujiThe story of the 47 Samurai
Takanawa OkidoThe gates of Edo; The great wooden gate
ShibaA port district
Shiba-UraThe shores of Edo Bay
Tsukuda-shimaAn island occupied by fishermen and boatmen
KyobashiHome of Edo's craftsmen
KajibashiThe crafts guilds of Edo
Nihonbashi no KashiThe Nihonbashi pier district
KandaThe estate of Lord Matsudaira
Suruga-MachiHome of the Mitsui Echigoya
Edo-joThe grounds of Edo Castle
KuramaeThe government rice granaries
RyogokuThe home of sumo
AsakusaTanabata: The Mid-Summer Festival
HonjoSightseeing in the Eastern suburbs of Edo
KibaLumberyards and carpenters
FukagawaA Blue-Collar working district
GyotokuThe Gyotoku salt fields
OdenmachoEdo's communications center
KodenmachoLocal government in Edo
TsukijiA visit to a Kabuki Theater
YushimaEducation at Edo's first university
SomeiLandscape gardening in Edo
Tamagawa JosuiEdo's water supply
Kami-MeguroThe Shogun's hawk-hunting grounds

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