People have been asking for this one since 2013. I finally did it in 2 parts.
内幸町 Uchisaiwai-chō (Inner Happy Town) 内幸町 Uchisaiwai-chō is a backwards L-shaped postal code in 千代田区 Chiyoda-ku Chiyoda Ward that borders on 中央区 Chūō-ku Chūō Ward and 港区 Minato-ku Minato Ward. If you walk from 日比谷公園 Hibiya Kōen Hibiya Park to 新橋一丁目 Shinbashi Itchōme and 新橋二丁目 Shinbashi Ni-chōme you will pass through Uchisaiwai-chō, which is a […]
Today let’s look at Kitami, a place name closely related to Edo.
What does Mishuku mean? It looks like “three post towns,” but linguists think it originally meant “the place where water abounds.”
The story of the Kanda River is a story as old as Edo itself. It is part and parcel of the evolution of the city.
Sometimes called the biggest river in Japan, though it’s actually not, this unruly river unites much of the Kanto area.
It’s sounds inaka, but so does your mom.
Ota Dokan did it! Well, in this case, he probably did. Let’s get it on.
Sendagi is one of the areas where the spirit of old Japan still lingers. It’s history lovers wet dream!
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