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Nakasendo Way — Hiking the Ancient “Road Through The Mountains”

Off the beaten path in Japan

Sunrays through trees lights the cobblestones along the Nakasendo Way.
Walking the Nakasendo. (All photos ©Diane Tincher unless otherwise noted.)

Pre-pandemic, when Japan’s borders were open to tourists, I had the pleasure of taking groups of adventurous foreigners along some of the ancient roads of Japan.




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Diane Neill Tincher

Diane Neill Tincher

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