Tokaido Shinagawa-juku 東海道 品川宿


During the Edo Period, the Tokaido Road connecting Tokyo (Edo) and Kyoto was the most important travel corridor which had 53 post towns to lodge travelers. Shinagawa-juku was the first such stage town on the route. Numerous inns, teahouses, and entertainment quarters were on this waterfront town. Today, the road still remains, but everything is totally modern. No traditional-looking buildings except for shrines and temples.

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Shinagawa Jinja Shrine 品川神社


One of Shinagawa Ward's major shrines. Dedicated to Amenohirinome-no-Mikoto, Susano-o-no-Mikoto, and Uganome-no-Mikoto. Near Shin-Bamba Station North Exit on the Keihin Kyuko Line from Shinagawa Station.

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Gotanda 五反田


Gotanda is on the Yamanote Line between Osaki and Shinagawa Stations, and on the Toei Asakusa Line.

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