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Shiomi Nawate Street, Matsue

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  • This street runs along the castle moat on the north side of Matsue-jo (if you are coming from the castle take the Inari-bashi bridge near the Jyozan Inari shrine) and apart from the preserved former.....  more »
  • Shimmy Nawate Street is a street full of amazing old homes and places to visit. It is a must of you are on your way to, or coming from, Matsue Castle.  more »
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  • It was the street next to the castle💦. In the image, I thought that the food shop which can eat standing is a street lined up. There was no such thing. The old house of Yakumo is also not worth seeing. There was a street where a stylish shop gathered a little away, but it is hard to understand as a moving line and it is hard to approach.
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  • In the castle town, the road which extended long like a rope is called a rope, but it was a family that did an unusual prosperity by the town of Matsudaira Naomasa who entered the town of The clan who entered the town Matsudaira Naomasa who entered the prefecture in 1638.  It came to be called Shiomi Nawate in praise of it. This is an important place for the forest of The castle mountain to put out the wall in front of the north of Matsue Castle, and there were the residences of the intermediate samurai of about 200 stone to 600 stone.  It is one of the most famous remains of a samurai residence in Japan. It was designated as a traditional aesthetic district based on the Matsue City Traditional Aesthetic Preservation Ordinance in 1973, and was selected as one of the Ministry of Construction's "100 Best Roads in Japan" in 1987.
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