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Hiratsuka-juku Wakihonjin Ruins

Hiratsuka-juku Wakihonjin Ruins

In the Edo period, "honjin" inns were used to accommodate shogunate officials and feudal lords. This particular inn served as a lodging house called "Waki-Honjin," which functioned as an adjunct to the Honjin. Hiratsuka-juku had one Honjin and one Waki-Honjin.

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JR Hiratsuka Station (on the JR Tokaido Line)

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