Edo's Tokaido Road, the roots of modern travel 外国人も驚いた、世界一の江戸の街道へ現代の旅人・ルーカスB.B.と東海道を歩く旅
Ieyasu Tokugawa’s legendary Tokaido road was built 400 years ago and created the roots of modern travel; effectively making it a cultural experience. The road led from Edo to Kyoto and was admired by both Japanese and foreigner travelers as the biggest, cleanest and safest road in the world. Papersky’s chief editor, Lucas B.B., walked the entire 490 kilometers of the Tokaido looking for some clues to the future from a vibrant past.
□ INDEX Edo Travel Art | Edo’s Tokaido Road, the roots of modern travel | Guide for Tokaido Trip | Tokaido Sweets | Papersky Bookstore | Travel To Your Mind | Papersky Interview / Ryue Nishizawa | Amehata Suzuri / Yamanashi Inkstone | MINI CLUBMAN HAMPTON × KAMI | H PLUS New Adventure | Life Knowledge | Nihon Alps 12 views | Life of Fiction | Mt.Fuji and Tokaido | Kiyoshi Yamashita