Kawasaki, which spreads to both sides of the midstream of Seta River in Ise City, is known as a wholesale district which had developed by water transportation. Particularly during the Edo Period (1600-1868), the district flourished as “Ise’s Kitchen” to provide goods to pilgrims to Ise Jingu. At the time, warehouses and merchant houses stood in a row on both banks of the river so that goods could be carried directly from boats to warehouses.


  • Title: Ise’s Kitchen

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