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About 495 Kilometers From Edo To Kyoto

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"Tokaido Milk" - A parody of Hokaido Milk. Tokaido (lit: Eastern Sea Road) was a very important route connecting Edo (modern day Tokyo) and Kyoto during the Edo Period of Japan (1603-1868). Along the Tokaido there were 53 stations that travelers could stop at and spanned, as the milk carton states, about 495km.

Below is the picture of the real milk carton product that the Iwako eraser is a parody of.


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