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English: Kanagawa-ōkan (神奈川往還), also called Hachioji-kaidō (八王子街道) or more simplly Hama-kaidō (浜街道), was a transporting road for silks exporting via Yokohama Port in Meiji era. It is now a part of National Route 16 (国道16号).

Kanagawa-ōkan, together with Machida-kaidō (町田街道), have been nicknamed "silk road" (絹の道) in Japan.


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