Nakasendo Way hikers can enjoy rural Japan as it was centuries ago — but air-conditioned

MAGOME, Japan >> For two centuries the Nakasendo Way was a major pedestrian route that connected a string of villages providing lodging and sustenance for the shogun, retainers and daimyo, or feudal lords, traveling between Tokyo and Kyoto.


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