The women of Edo Castle are often a mystery to us. Let’s see what we can learn about one special woman, Lady Hatsudai.
Continuing with our 29th installment of exploring Edo-Tōkyō
Today let’s look at Kitami, a place name closely related to Edo.
There are a cluster of places names related to horses in Setagaya and I want to get to the bottom of it!
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.
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!
Today’s topic was a reader request. But to be honest, I’ve been wanting to write about this place for a while.
Went a little long on this on… sorry about that. But I love Tokyo. I wanted to explore the forgotten side…
Kichijōji, one of the coolest towns in Tokyo looks like a temple name. But if you go to Kichijōji, you won’t find any temples by that name. Today, we’ll find out why there is not temple in Kichijōji called Kichijō-ji. Are you ready to rock?