Wooden Gate Street at Nikesake was the street where the artisans of the city were found, who made fine things from the wood of the local mulberry trees, as well as other lumber brought in by trade caravans. There were also produced the fine woodblock prints that Nikesake was famous for, used to print designs on clothes. [1]

Arch Edit

The name was given for the arch which was on the city gate at one end, carved with the history of Nikesake and decorated with prayers written on strips of paper. [1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Strongholds of the Empire, p. 69

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