As you wander the streets of Yanesen, make a detour via this mud and tile wall. Built in the latter half of the Edo period, this 40m x 2m section has managed to survive the natural disasters and air raids, and today stands as a perfect representation of how the city would have been divided up in times gone by.

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Getting there
Follow the road down from the Asakura Museum of Sculpture and the wall is on your right after about 50 meters
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