Today we reach the last 2 stations, Hamamatsu-chō & Tamachi.
Today we’ll look at the biographies of a few people who called Tōkyō’s Honjo area home.
Hillsborough’s books have been “gateway drugs” into the Bakumatsu for many people, including myself. Here he takes a long form scholarly approach and nails it.
It’s sounds inaka, but so does your mom.
Today’s Place Name is a quickie. And a reader suggestion. Is the Ōta Ward connected with Ōta Dōkan? Let’s find out “Why Ōta is called Ōta?”