|2-10, Kyomachi, Temmabashi, Chuo-ku
|［ Temmabashi ］by Tanimachi and Keihan Line
about 100m to the west
| The southern part of the area between
Temmabashi and Tenjinbashi was the landing
and starting point for those who came from
Kyoto by boat to make a pilgrimage to the
Shitennoji temple and the Kumano Shrines in
the Heian period.
The port was called after the scenery of 8 inns on the riverbank.
In those days, there were a lot of comings and goings by “30 kokubune” between Osaka and Fushimi.
The side-wheeler boat appeared instead in the Meiji era and the time required was shortened.
Later the boat was replaced by railroad transportation, but cargo transportation lasted until around the 20th year of Showa.
|to the top of
The Uemachi-daichi kita course