Nissaka: 26 in Hiroshige’s stations of the Tokaido Road.
Tokaido Road (1824)
William Zacha and Toshi Yoshida, in Japan, at the opening of the first exhibit of Zacha’s Tokaido Journey serigraphs.
32. Arai (1982)
The Five Routes (五街道 Gokaidō) were the five centrally administered routes, or kaidō, that connected the capital of Japan at Edo (now Tokyo) with the outer provinces during the Edo period (1603–1868). The most important of the routes was the Tōkaidō, which linked Edo and Kyoto. From Wikipedia, “Edo Five Routes”