Nagoya Ryugakusei Net
Walk & Talk: from Temma-Cho to Miya-no-Watashi

Walk & Talk: from Temma-Cho to Miya-no-Watashi

During the Edo period (1603-1868), one of the major roads of Japan was Tokaido Gojusantsugi (fifty-three stations of Tokaido Road) which connected Edo (Tokyo) and Kyoto with 53 post stations. Between the station towns of Miya and Kuwana was a sea route.  We will walk and talk on our way to Miya. Let us know more about how people traveled and what a station village was like.

This event takes place on Nov.26 (Saturday), 2022. We will accept up to 15 participants.

Newcomers to the area are most welcome!

Date & Time: 9:30 am -12:30 pm, November 26 (Saturday), 2022

Invitation to: International graduate students in Nagoya and the neighboring area

Destination: the Village of Miya

Meeting Place & Time: Exit 1 (surface level), Nagoya University Station of the Meijyo subway line at 9:30 a.m. sharp. Or Exit 4 (surface level), Temma-Cho Station of the Meijyo subway line at 10:10 a.m.

Walking Plan: Nagoya Univ. → (subway)→Temma-Cho Stn.→Walk & Talk to Miya Village and Shirotori Japanese Garden →Exit from the Miya Village (The event ends.)

Instructions

  1. We will walk on the unpaved path. Choose the right kind of outfit and walking shoes.
  2. There are no toilet facilities on the course.
  3. If you do not feel good, please do not attend the event.
Link: Miya-no-Watashi

What is Tokaido?

   Miya in Ukiyoe (woodblock prints)

To attend the event, please fill out the application form below.