Important Cultural Buildings Preservation District
Seki-juku was the 47th post-town of the former Tokaido, which has 53 stations from Nihonbashi in Edo (Tokyo) to Koraibashi in Osaka.
A five-minute walk from JR Seki station will make you feel like you have travelled back in time to the Edo period.
Old houses from the middle ages remain intact and well preserved alongside old warehouses and stores. Such is the quality of architecture and unique historical assets, that in 1984 the area was appointed an Important Cultural Buildings Preservation District.
From Nagoya to Kameyama, 60 min. by JR rapid train on the Kansai Main Line
From Kameyama to Seki, 6 min. by JR on the Kansai Main Line
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