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I'm glad to intorduce an old town, Jinaimachi, Tondabayashi, Osaka, Japan as a national historic district and heritage site.

It takes 30 minutes from Osaka city to Tondabayashi station by Kintetsu railways. A 10-minutes walk will take you to the historic town.

Historical Buildings, Jinaimachi town, tondabayashi, japan

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Temples and Shinto shrine
Sorted below in chronological order of major traditional buildings of Jinaimachi  town
Name open to the public or not open to the public year built Location in the blocks of the town
(intersection)
Religion(Denomination)
Koushouji Betsuin Temple important cultural property of the country.
open to the public
1638 JyounomonsujiSakai-cho BuddhismShin Shuu School, Koushouji Sect.
Myoukeiji Temple open to the public 1720 JyounomonsujiSakai-cho BuddhismJyodoShin Shuu School, Honganji Sect.
Jyoukokuji Temple open to the public 1830 Nishisuji・South kaishocho BuddhismYuuzuu-Nenbutsu Shuu School
Yakushido
Koibumi Yakushi)
open to the public 1830 Tomisuji・South Kaishocho BuddhismYuuzuu-Nenbutsu Shuu School
Tomisakae-Ebisu Shinto Shrine open to the public 1890 Higashisuji・Yamachuda slope Shinto
Private residences of old merchants’ families
Sorted below in chronological order of major traditional buildings of Jinaimachi  town
Residence of families (name) open to the public or not open to the public year built Location in the blocks of the town
(intersection)
Business
Trade name
Sugiyama important cultural property of the country.
open to the public
1644 Gobo-cho・Ichibasuji   sake brewery
Wataya
Tamori not open to the public mid 18th century JyounomonsujiSakai-cho cotton wholesaler Kuroyamaya
Kiguchi not open to the public 1753 Jyounomonsuji(east) Hayashi-cho cotton wholesaler
Momensho
Sugita not open to the public 2nd half of 18th century JyounomonsujiSakai-cho rapeseeds oil trader
Taruya
Hashimoto not open to the public 2nd half of 18th century Jyounomonsuji(east) Hayashi-cho sake brewery
Bettsuiya
Nakamura cultural property registered by Osaka Prefecture
not open to the public
1782-83 Tomisuji・(west) Hayashi-cho brewery of sake and wine made of Japanese appricot wine
Sadoya
Kuzuhara not open to the public early 19th century Tomisuji・South Kaisho-cho sake brewery
Totsukawaya
Okutani not open to the public 1818−29 JyounomonsujiTomiyama-cho  timber trader
Iwaseya
Sato not open to the public 1820 Kamegasakasuji・North kaisho-cho brewery of mirin (sweet sake) and wine made of Japanese appricot
Sadofuji
(east)Okutani not open to the public 1826 JyounomonsujiTomiyama-cho rapeseeds oil trader
Iwaseya
(south) Kuzuhara not open to the public mid 19th century Tomisuji・South Kaisho-cho brewery of mirin (sweet sake) and wine made of Japanese appricot
Totsukawaya
Ueno not open to the public mid 19th century Tomisuji・(west) Hayashi-cho kimono merchant(draper)
Nakai not open to the public 2nd half of 19th century JyounomonsujiHayashi-cho kimono merchant(draper)
Nunoya
Takeda not open to the public 2nd half of 19th century JyounomonsujiGobo-cho
(south)Okutani not open to the public 2nd half of 19th century JyounomonsujiNorth Kaisho-cho Brewery of mirin (sweet sake)
Iwaseya
Katsuma not open to the public end of Edo era Tomisuji・(west) Hayashi-cho  
Kida not open to the public   Kamegasakasuji・North Kaisho-cho  
Hashimoto not open to the public   Kamegasakasuji・Tomiyama-cho Tabaki store
Shimada open to the public (Saturday and Sunday only) 1877 Honmachisuji・Tomiyama-cho
Ishida not open to the public early Meiji period Kamegasakasuji・South Kaisho-cho sake breweryBanri-no-Haru
tanaka cultural property regisited by the county
open to the public
1892 Honmachi area off Jinaimachi town  
Kitano not open to the public 1890's Nishisuji・Sakai-cho timber trader
Shindoya
Matsui not open to the public   Nishisuji・Sakai-cho  
Koshii not open to the public end of Meiji period Higashisuji・Tomiyama-cho timber trader
Hiraoya
(north)Koshii not open to the public   Kamegasakasuji・Tomiyama-cho timber trader
Hiraoya
(northwest)Okutani not open to the public north of Honmachi Park(off Jinaimachi town) timber trader
Iwaseya
Koshii not open to the public northwest of Honmachi Park(off Jinaimachi town) timber trader
Hiraoya
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Information


Jinaimachi in TondabayashiJyounomon-suji street

Photo: provided by Tondabayashi Municipality, unauthorized copying and replication are strictly prohibited.

Location
Jinaimachi town, Tondabayashi city, a national historic preservation district and heritage site of Japan, which is located in the south-eastern part of Osaka prefecture, the western part of Japan

Directions to Jinaimachi town, Tondabayashi
It is a 10-minute walk from the Tondabayashi Staion or the Tondabayashi Nishiguchi Station of Kintetsu Nagano line.

From Kansai International Airport
Airport Limousine Bus service available bound for Kawachi Nagano Station. (60 minutes) Please take Kintetsu railways from Kawachi Nagano to Tondabayashi.(15 minutes)

From Osaka International Airport (Itami Airport)
Airport Limousine Bus service available bound for Abenobashi Station. (30 minutes) Please take Kintetsu railways from Abenobashi terminal to Tondabayashi.(30 munites)

From JR Shinkasen Shin-Osaka station or
Osaka (Umeda) station

Please take Subway Midousuji line from Shin-Osaka station or Osaka (Umeda) station to Tennoji Station. (20~30 minutes) Please change trains at Tennoji and take Kintetsu railways from Abenobashi terminal to Tondabayashi. (30 minutes)

The site-seeing map available in English
Please stop by to the Tourist Information Cetnter or Jinaimachi Visitor Center. You can get the visitor map.


Visitor Center
(Jinaimachi Kouryuukan,
Town Community Center)

Address
9-29, Tondabayashi-cho, Tondabayashi city, Osaka, 584-0033, Japan
TEL.+81-(0)721-26-0110
FAX.+81-(0)721-26-0110
open 10a.m. until 5 p.m.
closed on Monday

Restrooms
Available at Jinaimachi Visitor Center (Jinaimachi Kouryuukan), Jinaimachi Center and Jinaimachi Tenbou Hiroba (Viewing Terrace)

Visitor Parking
Road width is very narrow in Jinaimachi town. If traveling by car, please use Tondabayashi Municipal east parking newly opened in February 2014 (Toll parking).

You can park the minibus for groups and passenger cars for general use. Only one parking lot available for minibus, you must book it in advance with Tondabayashi City Hall. A 15-minute walk to the Jinaimachi Visitor Center and 5 minute walk up to the former Sugiyama family house, an important national cultural property.

You will note that you will contact Tondabayashi Municipality Office for a parking lot of large tourist bus for groups. Thank you in advance for your kind cooperation.

 Shops & restaurants
 Town Planning
 Jyounomonsuji street "the 100 selections of roads in Japan"
 Koushouji Betsuin Buddhist Temple
 Former Sugiyama residence
 Nakamura residence
 Former Tanaka residence
 Architecture Vol. 1/2
 Architecture Vol. 2/2
 Historic Buildings
 Roof ・Roof tiles
 Mushikomado
 Koushimado
 Storehouse(Kura)
 Kemuridashi
 Shokisan
 Sodeudatsu
 Jinaimachi cookies
 New Year Hot Pot Festival
 Spring Hina Meguri Dolls Festival
 Summer Street Lantern Festival
 Autumn Nochino Hina Matsuri Doll Festival
 Art Gallery
 B&B (Tomari-Ya Guetshouse)
 Travelogues by Author
 Link
 Ichiriyama-cho street
 Tomiyama-cho street
 Kita-Kaisho-cho street
 Minami-Kaisho-cho street
 Sakai-cho street
 Gobo-cho street
 Hayashi-cho street

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