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Takasegawa Ichino Funairi, Kyoto

Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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  • It is very nice to take a walk along Takasegawa. Although it is now a small river, it used to be as an important route of internal navigation between Kyoto and Osaka. This spot "Ichino Funairi" is nea...  read more »
  • Shijo is North from kawaramachi and good walks. Remains of history everywhere, enjoy. Near the end of Shimadzu Museum and is recommended.
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  • Is called the boat on boat was cut in the middle of the waterway between was laid by the suminokura and great temple and his father Edo and Kyoto and Fushimi logistics for the Takase River West direction transverse direction conversion for point, once two-rowed over to Shijo, but as there was a few other all reclaimed only Kazuyuki boat on 1 (for tourism? ) Is now obsolete. On the takasebune built is the name of the river shallow water depth of 10 cm to accommodate active until the coming opening of the Kamo River canals in the Meiji era (Lake Biwa). Due to decrease of transport closed its history in the middle of taishou era, so is now floating on the surface and Kazuyuki boat on nearby takasebune through memories of vestiges of bygone days. High Segawa along kiyamachi-Cho Street in particular from Nijo Shijo crowded hot spots of cherry blossoms are dark green in this season, and willow trees may have.
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