|5, 1-chome, Imabashi, Chuo-ku
in front of Kaihei Elementary School
|［ Kitahama ］ by Sakaisuji and Keihan Line
about 350m to the southeast
| In the era of Edo an exchange house
was born, needed to handle banking services
with the development of economic systems.
It is said that Tennojiya Gohei was the first to open the house in Osaka in the 5th year of Kanei(1628).
Ten of money exchangers were authorized by the shogunate in the 10th year of Kanmon.
Tennojiya Gohei and Hiranoya Gohei were the most famous among them, whose houses were lined on either side of the street around here.
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The Uemachi-daichi kita course