１JR Sagano Line NIjo Sta.
Shinsen-en Garden was created for the emperor and nobles to enjoy, but it is said that it became To-ji Temple of the Shingon sect a fter Kukai (monk who became abbot of To-ji) and Jubin (abbot of Sai-ji) competed in rituals to make rain fall, which Kukai won.
３Moto-Rikyu Nijo Castle
This castle was built by Ieyasu Tokugawa in 1603. The third shogun Iemitsu moved the remnants of Fushimi Castle here and extended the castle to its present size. It runs approximately 500 meters east-west and 400meters north-south, a nd i s surrounded by a moat.
４Yamanaka Cooking Oil Co., Ltd.
Yamanaka Cooking Oil nestles under its wooden sign on the north side of Shimodachiuri-dori, and is noticeable because of its late Edo design , withy ester year trappings of red iron oxide latticework and tiled roof.
Located next to the Kyoto City Central Library, Kyoto ASNY is a m ultipurpose study center with conference rooms , research labs, training rooms and a hall.
６JR Sagano Line NIjo Sta.