It takes 30 minutes from Osaka city to Tondabayashi station by Kintetsu railways. A 10-minutes walk will take you to the historic town.
|【Tourist guide to Jinaimachi town, Tondabayashi, a histric district and heritage site of Japan, Jinaimachi Autumn Nochi-no-Hina Dolls Festival】|
Koushouji Betsuin Temple main gate
| “Nochi no Hina Matsuri”, which literally means "The Autumn Doll's
Festival" that was carried out around Kansai region in the days of
a Festival of the Chrysanthemum Festival (on September 9 of the old
lunar calendar) in the Edo era.
The festival whose alias was Kiku Hina, deriving from what has been decorated with chrysanthemum and dolls, has been reproduced in Jinaimachi town in Todabayashi with the many historic merchants’ houses in a row of the Edo period. You can enjoy the streetscape of white walls, lattices, chrysanthemum and doll decoration of the old elegant manners and customs. The autumn Doll's Festival is scheduled from 10:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 11, 2014.The festival will be carried out even if it rains. The festival celebrates the 8th anniversary this year.
Since 2007, this annual event has been planned and organized as autumn tradition of “Jinaimachi four season story autumn 2014” by both the Jinaimachi four seasons story executive committee and the general incorporated association of Tondabayashi Jinaimachi Cultural Trust in the Tondabayashi Jinaimachi historic district which has been solely designated in Osaka prefecture as one of the Important Preservation Districts for Historic Buildings in Group of the country.
|In addition, the special events of “the living market at storehouse” and
screening movies are to be held at the historic district of Jinaimachi
1.Time: 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on October 11, 2014
2.Venue: Former Banri-no-Haru sake brewing storehouse
3.Admission: 500 Japanese yen per person (special coupon tickets redeemable for shopping in the storehouse, eating and drinking)
4.Promoter: The general incorporated association of Tondabayashi Jinaimachi Cultural Trust and LLP Machikatsu
former Banri-no-Haru sake brewing storehouse
|They will sell local vegetables and miscellaneous living goods in the old
sake brewing storehouse which has only existed in the Jinaimachi historic
district. The enjoyable mobile café shop is to be also opened.
In addition, the movie titled "housework of the Showa", which recorded all of the housework that Japanese women made until around 30s of the Showa era will show in the storehouse. The 13 consecutive episodes will be put on the screen, including "to take a kimono apart", " to wash and stretch out", "to make a rice dumpling covered with bean jam", "to prepare lantern festival", and "the preparations for New Year holidays".
It is the valuable documentary film which recorded everyday life of "Koizumi Suzu" (80-82 years old) that was a common housewife. Please enjoy watching them with your families by all means to hand down culture of the time when housework was handwork.
the brand label of Banri-no-Haru
|Would all of you together please visit Tondabayashi Jinaimachi on this
occasion? Please take a look at the guiding leaflet (the backside) as well as the
homepage of Tondabayashi Tourist Information Center for the details of
the program of the day.
The 8th Autumn Dolls Festival（event leaflet）
The 8th Autumn Dolls Festival（event leaflet, back）
Jinaimachi four seasons executive committee phone: 080-6205-4540 （10:00～17:00, Holidays Sat. & Sun. ）and the general incorprated assocoation of Tondabayashi Jinaimachi Cultural Trust phone: 0721-23-5564（10:00~17:00, Holodays: Sat. & Sun.）
|【Tourist guide to Jinaimachi town, Tondabayashi, a histric district and heritage site of Japan, Travelogues by Author Series No. 27 Autumn Dolls Festival on October 11, 2014】|
|【Tourist guide to Jinaimachi town, Tondabayashi, a histric district and heritage site of Japan, Event calendar and Event information】|
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.
(Town Community Center
9-29, Tondabayashi-cho, Tondabayashi city, Osaka, 584-0033, Japan
open 10a.m. until 5 p.m.
closed on Monday
Available at Jinaimachi Visitor Center (Jinaimachi Kouryuukan), Jinaimachi Center and Jinaimachi Tenbou Hiroba (Viewing Terrace)
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 the large tourist bus for groups is requested to be parked at the Tondabayashi City Hall No. 2 parking lot alongside the old Route 170 (It must be booked in advance to City Hall). 20-minute walk to the Jinaimachi Visitor Center and 10 minute walk up to the former Sugiyama family house, an important national cultural property. Thank you in advance for your kind cooperation.
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