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Hiroshige's print of Takamiya-juku, part of the series The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kiso Kaidō
Torii in Takamiya

Takamiya-juku (高宮宿, Takamiya-juku) was the sixty-fourth of the sixty-nine stations of the Nakasendō. It is located in the present-day city of Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, Japan on the right bank of the Inukami River. It stretches from the center of the city out towards the east.[1] It became a post town shortly after its original founding during the Warring States period.[1] Takamiya was the entrance station of Taga-taisha shrine and a big torii exists at the center of Takamiya. Today, Ohmi Railway Taga Line connects Takamiya Station and Taga Taisha-mae Station.

Neighboring post towns[edit]

Toriimoto-juku - Takamiya-juku - Echigawa-juku


  1. ^ a b Nakasendō Takamiya-juku. Accessed July 23, 2007.

Coordinates: 35°14′01.1″N 136°15′18.5″E / 35.233639°N 136.255139°E / 35.233639; 136.255139