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  • Zakyo Toshi

    Pleasure City (A17) was a heaven for lechery and vice, kept clean only by the interference of the Imperial troops stationed here to guard the Scorpion-Fox-Sparrow borders. It's name might have been suitable five hundred years ago, but now it was simply a …

  • Shinden Isora

    Shinden Isora was constructed recently by an unknown benefactor. It is located in the shores of the south side of the lake. There is a small dock nearby and there are always kobune there. There are paths from the temple to the docks and the nearby …

  • Blue Lotus

    The Blue Lotus was a geisha house located in the southern districts of Zakyo Toshi. Customers were able to punt up and down the Small Trade River with their geisha companions in small skiffs. [[:kimihime-of-the-blue-lotus | Kimihime]] the dancer and poet …

  • Ambition Bridge

    The Ambition Bridge was a sturdy and wide bridge south of Zakyo Toshi and past the eta district. It was so named because of the daring architecture involved in its creation.

  • Northern Bridge

    The North Bridge in Zakyo Toshi was a wide and sturdy bridge that crossed the "Small Trade River":https://alleysofzakyotoshi.obsidianportal.com/wikis/small-trade-river in the heart of the residential district. It was designed to accommodate foot traffic …

  • Shobai Bridge

    The Trade Bridge in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] was a large bridge, designed (like the [[Northern Bridge | North Bridge]] nearby) to accommodate foot traffic and caravans. It was located in the northern part of the trade district.

  • Pearl Gate

    The Pearl Gate, also known as Exile's Gate, was the westernmost gate of [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]], and the gate nearest the Shinomen Mori. In 1125 the Naga entered the city through this gate. Ronin who caused too much trouble were marched out of the …

  • Celestial Rest

    The Celestial Rest in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] was an inn run by monks from the Order of Thunder. They served there for a few months at a time before returning to the Temple of Osano-Wo on the Plains of Thunder. It was located by the [[Pearl Gate | …

  • Hiyoko Seisan

    The Chicken Dinner was a popular gambling house in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]]. It was named for the house's tradition of giving any ronin a chicken dinner on their first win of the evening. Goya, a man with connections to the Carp runs the house.

  • Counting House

    The Counting House of [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] was a large round building located near the governor's mansion. Two stories tall, it was built with wood of the Shinomen Mori. The interior was full of luxuriant amenities, and the main room held six …

  • Listing Ship

    The Listing Ship was a Mantis shop in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]]. Located by the docks, it was a large shop offering every manner of gear. Run by the young maid Toshiko. Often watched by Yellow Canary who have a crush on her.

  • Docks

    The Docks of [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] was located in the eastern bank of the [[Small Trade River | Small Trade River]], tributary of the River of Gold. Some merchants had opened stalls along the docks, hocking fresh fruit and vegetables straight off …

  • Dusty Caravan

    The Dusty Caravan was a store in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] selling unusual and exotic merchandise, usually spices and gaijin gear from the Burning Sands.

  • Imperial Garrison

    The Imperial Garrison in Zakyo Toshi housed the Imperial Guards assigned to keep watch over the potentially troubled border between the Scorpion, the Fox, and the Sparrow Clan. They later began policing the city itself.

  • Honeymoon Gate

    Honeymoon Gate, known also as Shinkonryoko, was the southeastern gate of [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]]. It led directly to the gambling and pleasure district of the city, and remained open all the night. The gate was originally named in the hope of …

  • Opportunity Gate

    Opportunity Gate, known as kikai, was the southernmost gate in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]]. It was made of thick mahogany wood with the symbol of a koku carved into each door. It led to the merchant district of the city, and was the main route by which …

  • Shrine to Ebisu

    The Shrine to Ebisu in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] was located just inside the [[Opportunity Gate | Opportunity Gate]], where caravans entered and left the city. It was very opulent and well-kept.

  • Sumomo Sakari

    The Plum Blossom Gate was the northernmost gate in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]], the main entrance to the residential section of the city. It was named for the sacred fruit that sustained Shinsei during his fasting, in the hope that this would bring good …

  • One Tree Brewery

    One Tree Brewery was the sake works in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]], located just inside the [[Sumomo Sakari | Plum Blossom Gate]] in the residential district. It produced sake from the city's rice paddies and also an expensive and very limited run of …

  • Snowfall Gate

    Snowfall Gate was the northeastern gate in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]]. Known also as Kosetsu, gained this name from the habit of many residents coming to this gate to watch the first snowfall of the year. It was located near the pleasure and gambling …

  • Fuzzy Peach Inn

    The Fuzzy Peach Inn in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] was a two-story inn famous for its open courtyard in the center of the building, with a small garden with a lone peach tree. Singers and entertainers played and performed there when the first blooms of …

  • Naga's Gaze

    The Naga's Gaze was a gambling house in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] originally opened by one of the Unicorn who came to patrol the Shinomen Mori. The business had been passed down from father to son for several generations. It was known for its dice …

  • Shinsei's Cup

    Shinsei's Cup was an unusual geisha house in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]]. Its customers were all required to wear a mask, saving the samurai from any possible embarrassment due to seeing someone that he knows. If the visitor did not have a mask, the …

  • Shinsei's Wind

    Shinsei's Wind was a gambling house in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] notorious for the signboard outside, which depicted Shinsei with a gust of wind coming from his backside.

  • Shogi's Pawn

    Shogi's Pawn was a store in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] founded in the 8th century, handed down through the generations from father to child. They bought things from customers and then not sell them for up to one month, thus letting the customer …

  • Shrine to Daikoku

    The Shrine to Daikoku in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] was located right next to the [[Counting House | Counting House]]. The wealthy patrons of the Merchant Council afforded to fund a statue of Daikoku cast of solid gold. Many late-night revelers fell …

  • Slippery Eel

    The Slippery Eel was one of the most famous geisha houses in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]], renowned for its food and its back massages. Many of the bouncers there worked for the Bawdy Carp gang, who used concealed clubs or tonfa to subdue their more …

  • Ugokasu Ichiba

    The Moving Market was a loose conglomeration of smugglers and opium dealers in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]], under the control of the Brotherhood of Autumn gang. It never stayed in one place in the city for more then a day at a time. Every time the …

  • Fat Rat

    The Laughing Cat was a shop in[[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]] which sold clothing, silks, footware, and the like. When it had a severe run of bad luck the owners renamed their business the Fat Rat, in honor of the servants of Daikoku.

  • Jade Cup

    The Jade Cup was a small gambling house in [[Zakyo Toshi | Zakyo Toshi]], which used green porcelain cups in their dice game.