Kameyama-juku (亀山宿 Kameyama-juku) was the forty-sixth of the fifty-three stations (shukuba) of the Tōkaidō. It is located in former Ise Province in what is now part of the city of Kameyama, Mie Prefecture, Japan.
The classic ukiyo-e print by Andō Hiroshige (Hōeidō edition) from 1831–1834 depicts travelers climbing a steep snow-covered hillside to the entrance of Kameyama Castle, which appears to be towering over the post station village.
Neighboring post towns
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