Shōno-juku (庄野宿 Shōno-juku) was the forty-fifth of the fifty-three stations of the Tōkaidō. It is located in former Ise Province in what is now part of the city of Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, Japan.
Shōno-juku established an archives museum in 1998 in one of the former honjin to share the story of the old post station. It contains information on Shōno-juku's honjin, other buildings and aspects of daily life. In addition to the restored honjin, there are also ruins for the sub-honjin, toiyaba and kōreiba.
The classic ukiyoe print by Ando Hiroshige (Hoeido edition) from 1831 to 1834 depicts a group of travelers with straw raincoats and umbrellas, caught in a sudden summer thunderstorm and hurrying towards shelter.
Neighboring post towns 
- Ishiyakushi-juku - Shōno-juku - Kameyama-juku
Further reading 
- Carey, Patrick. Rediscovering the Old Tokaido:In the Footsteps of Hiroshige. Global Books UK (2000). ISBN 1-901903-10-9
- Chiba, Reiko. Hiroshige's Tokaido in Prints and Poetry. Tuttle. (1982) ISBN 0-8048-0246-7
- Taganau, Jilly. The Tokaido Road: Travelling and Representation in Edo and Meiji Japan. RoutledgeCurzon (2004). ISBN 0-415-31091-1
Coordinates: 34°53′31.55″N 136°31′32.84″E / 34.8920972°N 136.5257889°E