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Teradaya, Kyoto

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Step into the 18th century at Teradaya, the site of bloody battles and pro-imperial loyalist plots. During the mid-19th century, samurai Sakamoto Ryoma (who went on to dramatically change the course of Japanese history) was a patron of this establishment, and began plotting to seize the imperial palace here. In this well-preserved tavern, you can examine artifacts relating to this famous historical figure, and also see the reconstructed room where he and his friend Miyoshi Shinzo made their dramatic stand against 20 Bakufu patrolmen. Keep your eye out for a sword cut in one of the wooden pillars, a 150-year-old scar from the fracas. Take a look at our Kyoto sightseeing planner to schedule your visit to Teradaya and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • We went to the old Rocky, Fushimi went teradaya. Here the teradaya retains the name in two different incidents in history. Is one 5/21/1862, Satsuma clan tout faction in the Satsuma domain's father by de facto leaders Shimazu Hisamitsu 鎮撫 the incident, who purge incident for Satsuma han Zhi or teradaya uproar. It is a "teradaya distress" and trying to capture the Fushimi magistrate to catch shortly after another is a pimp 3/9/1866, satchō Alliance in the Kyoto talks Sakamoto ryoma. Coming here to come out the historical novel the end of the scene, if you read it "Oh here" and impressed. Hear, however, from the Terada ya at that time at the battle of Toba Fushimi destroyed, Oh well, and that was, well, enjoy and feel. Guests can enjoy a fine old buildings here as it is. Sakamoto ryoma and teradaya riot monument statue stands in the garden. Stop off at when you go to Fushimi.
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  • Toba-Fushimi Battle was the end of a series of epoch-making struggles in Kyoto. The struggles had started with Terada-ya Inn incident. Terada-ya was a port-town inn along Goh-kawa Canal in Fushimi. In...  more »
  • This building is known as the accommodation and stay at one of ryoma Sakamoto ryoma was attacked, but is was rebuilt during the Meiji period. Therefore ball marks and OMO marks, etc. are all things in the future. Just watching as buildings and the remnants of old-fashioned appearance, may be enough.
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  • Beautiful place. Hard to know you are in front of it.
  • Can view sake
  • Watching is fun. Main building is of course paid and stone in the garden, put free of charge here. Though there is old (400 Yen) boat-keeper's exterior and Interior, old times. What would be would be reconstruction, but if you knew it too doesn't matter. I think that atmosphere serving only in even better. Unfortunately, Kyoto Machiya are 1 day 2 pace is not so. Fun in the room who used the sword's downstairs, inside are variously put unchiku and the other inside the many decorating and good feeling. Dragon horse related from the old building, as young or younger Takeshi Murata iron were also visit photo's. Foreign professionals ryoma is popular, as in Korea and here much more Chinese tourists. When you come to Kyoto once here come aboard the Kyoto ship flowing river in front of ryoma ahead or, preferably, taste taste!
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  • What! Here! I think. Sign is not Sul dream... ️ is a place you would like. But take photos at a table far from easy to see. Building State-of-the-ordinary is continued. Mixed with students, businessmen, looking thoughtfully masu Hari.
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  • Accommodation in known for Sakamoto ryoma in Osaka and from the ship. This area had plenty of sushi shop was written. Well here now has been operating as a hotel since 😊 past sushi shop is good see discount field and have rich husband United, so I use. That identity is easily transported and an unspecified number of reasons they say. I lurked a dangerous Kyoto, ryoma can use it! Enjoyed with a Laurel Crown's restaurant near ❗ where streets also makes us feel history that four stars!! ️
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