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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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  • There are only two layers of temple house, take a slow look at the 30 minutes that is enough, the inner part of the 兩、三 pictures of many long horses, and some of the portraits of the Patriots, characters and seemingly distant objects, the interior walls of the room to look very chaotic. In the legend, the marks and the shells should be imitation, the big brand hand write the bullet and the knife, not talk about the United States, if the Government to manage, the details may be a bit better. Down the ladder can be seen when the first into the bath of the cask, but also more thanks homeowners to provide such an atmosphere for visitors to understand the situation, although I do not determine whether the pattern is actually the original. Interestingly, the accommodations are available here, except for the Dragon's room, which is five to 6500 a night, it's rare to see Jen but for a move. In the business hours, check-in 18:00 and Check-out 9:00, feeling a little shorter, but without any design and TV, it is also reasonable to stay in a hurry the next day.
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  • Hatago to refill the Hourai Bridge North over the Uji River who flows in the Fushimi sake Brewery District,. Ryoma Sakamoto and Niles, is also known as the teradaya riot killed 9 brawl at the end of the Satsuma feudal soldier hatago. The current building is, then rebuilt and destroyed at the battle of Toba Fushimi battle of the Tokugawa shogunate. Next to the building as the teradaya old ruins historic site. This area many historic allurement Fushimi sake, Fushimi Tosa clan House and Aizu clan have marks the end of the history can be felt there.
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  • Speaking of Fushimi-ryoma, here it is. As waiting for the ship once operates the Niles's on ryoma Fushimi. Place gratuity even when we talk about history of the Edo period, the location became the team of the Satsuma feudal soldier kills. Ryoma was attacked on the second floor is a room, bullet and knife wounds remains in the column, I recall the raw event at the time.
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  • Can view sake
  • Think the place was rebuilt, however ryoma and Nakaoka and pounding. Hours: 10:00 first one thought crowded so I went to the Sunday said people less carefully watch! Photo shoot was OK.
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  • Remains that have been reconstructed recently, as it turns out, location of Fushimi was ryoma Sakamoto's activities. Age, car not far from Kyoto Fushimi that can be realized. Omiya made the last Dragon-horse without a trace teradaya considering that have disappeared, and thus stands I think valuable historical documents.
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  • Many teradaya visits, of course, come to think the teradaya as well, called teradaya stroll the streets around brewery and waterways during the Edo period atmosphere, feel the history?.
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  • Without saying a Word and Fushimi was the most famous tourist attractions. A dragon horse OSH too little nose, although probably not? It is interesting and think he's directly from Fushimi port. However, ryoma also often well nose like Tosa clan House and had really wish.
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