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Mariko-juku

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Mariko-juku (鞠子宿、丸子宿) is the 20th post town of Tokaido Road. It is located in Shizuoka city, Shizuoka Prefecture. It was used to be the smallest post town of Tokaido. There are few buildings that have views of Edo period. There is a tea house that appears in the famous Ukiyoe Painting of Hiroshige still exists today.

Tourist Info.
There is no parking or restroom.

Access
0. at Shizuoka Station.
1. use JR Tokaido Line to Abekawa Station.
2. walk north.

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Map around Mariko-juku

Detailed Travel Guide

Mariko-juku is one of the post town of Tokaido Road. It is 20th post town from the Edo, Tokyo. It was
the smallest post town of Tokaido. There are 24 hotels and 211 houses in this town. There is a tea house restaurant that appears in the painting of Utagawa Hiroshige. They still serves the great Tororo dish.

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