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40 pieces of information found for "Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs" (category).

StationChushojima, Keihan main Line

Category: Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

  • Wheelchair Movement
  • Audio Guidance, Braille
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets

Both ticket barriers and platforms are at ground level. Recommended Route Take elevator from north or south ticket barriers to move to platform level (south ticket barriers are unmanned, so call station staff for access assistance). ... [Details]

StationDaigo, Kyoto City Tozai Subway Line

Category: Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

  • Wheelchair Movement
  • Universal Toilets
  • Audio Guidance, Braille

Recommended Route Take an elevator from No. 1 entrance on west side of outer loop route (Sotokanjosen), or the east building of Paseo Daigoro on the east side of outer loop route (Sotokanjosen), or the elevator at the back of the carpar... [Details]

FacilityDaigo-ji Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

  • Wheelchair Parking Spaces
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets
  • Unevenness (five or more centimeters)
  • Partially Equipped with Slopes

Back in 874, Rigen Daishi (Shobo) built a retreat on top of Mount Daigo, enshrining images of both the Jundei and Nyoirin Kannons, thus starting off the temple. Daigo-ji Temple has a five-tiered pagoda (national treasure), which is the o... [Details]

StationFujimori, Keihan main Line

Category: Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

  • Wheelchair Movement
  • Audio Guidance, Braille
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets

Both ticket barriers and platforms are at ground level. The five or six steps from ticket barriers to platforms can be negotiated by elevator. The east side of the station has two sets of ticket barriers and the west side has one. All ti... [Details]

StationFukasa, Keihan main Line

Category: Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

  • Audio Guidance, Braille
  • Wheelchair Movement

The platforms are at ground level but the ticket barriers are on 2Fl (station bridge). Use the intercom to call for access assistance. There are two entrances, an east one and west one, and one set of ticket barriers. Recommended Route... [Details]

FacilityFushimi Inari Taisha

Category: Shrines, Temples | Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

Fushimi Inari TaishaThis is the head shrine of the Inari-jinja shrines based across the country since 711. The shrine deity was originally a god of farming but is now widely known as a god of prospering business, which means the shrine attracts many New Yea... [Details]

StationFushimi Inari, Keihan main Line

Category: Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

  • Wheelchair Movement
  • Audio Guidance, Braille
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets

Both the ticket barriers and platforms are at ground level. Ticket barriers differ depending on the traveling direction but both are directly connected to there respective platforms. Recommended Route Use slope to move to platform (as... [Details]

StationFushimi Momoyama, Keihan main Line

Category: Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

  • Wheelchair Movement
  • Audio Guidance, Braille
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets

Ticket barriers are underground on B1Fl and platforms are at ground level. Recommended Route Take ground floor (1Fl) elevator from Keihan Fushimi Momoyama Ekimae building on corner of Kyomachi-dori Otesuji down to ticket barrier level... [Details]

StationFushimi, Kintetsu Kyoto Line

Category: Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

Recommended Route Partial sloping in place outside of station (ground level to ticket barriers).Take elevator to move from ticket barriers to platforms. Contact in advance to arrange for wheelchair slope for boarding.

FacilityGekkeikan Okura Sake Museum

Category: Memorial Halls | Yamashina & Daigo & Fushimi Environs

  • Wheelchair Movement
  • Guide Dogs
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets

Gekkeikan Okura Sake MuseumThe white-walled sake breweries suit well the willow-lined canals in Fushimi, a famous home of sake. Amidst such scenes stands an early-twentieth-century sake brewery now converted into a sake archive. Pass through the lattice sliding do... [Details]