Yodo-juku

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The Yodo River

Yodo-juku (淀宿 Yodo-juku?) was the second station on the Ōsaka Kaidō (or fifty-fifth of the fifty-seven stations of the Tōkaidō). It is located in the southern part of Fushimi-ku in the present-day city of Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.

History[edit]

Located between the Yodo and Katsura rivers, Yodo-juku was founded in 1619. During the Edo period, it was part of the castle town that surrounded Yodo Castle, which was constructed in 1623.

Neighboring Post Towns[edit]

Ōsaka Kaidō (extended Tōkaidō)
Fushimi-jukuYodo-jukuHirakata-juku

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