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2 Days, 1 Night - Trace the Footsteps of the Samurai in the Late Edo Period

Yokohama, Kawasaki 8h30m 39

From Edo castle, the residence of Tokugawa that has become the Imperial Palace since the Meiji period; the residence of Japan's first Prime Minister Hirobumi Ito, who worked for the establishment of a constitutional government; to the site of the Perry Expedition that brought Japan out of isolation and Kurihama. This plan will cover places related to the patriots of the late Edo era.

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