Whenever a daimyo traveled to Yedo, the capital, he was treated almost as a god by the people.
This advance of the fleet convinced the Shogun that Perry meant to go to Yedo.
The good folk of Yedo took lanterns and visited their graves.
In Japan, a revolution, the city of Yedo destroyed by the insurgents.
Takezawa was the head of a large silk and rice house in Yedo.
Little is known of his life except that he began as a bookseller in Yedo.
On this card are the names and pictures of the fifty-three post-stations between old Yedo and Kioto.
Born in 1742, he worked as a young man for a bookseller in Yedo.
Within two miles or so from Yedo, and yet well away from the toil and din of the great city, stands the village of Meguro.
As they neared Yedo, they left him, faint and weary, on the roadside.