[Emotions drifting through downtown Fushimi]
This beautiful town is known for its ancient rivers and its wine cellars. Tourists from all over the world are attracted to the brewery tour in this lively town. The shopping mall nearby attracts many shoppers, with a variety of stores selling anything from everyday goods to Kyoto souvenirs. You can enjoy the view of the landscape on your way from the station every day.
The location is recommended for those who love history. With the notorious Ronin-era ‘Teradaya’ nearby to explore, you can really experience remnants from the Edo period.
The vicinity also has a wide selection of delicious restaurants, which you won’t want to miss out on.
[Easy access to neighboring prefectures]
Kyoto Station is only 13 minutes away from the nearest station.
Because of this, it is easy to commute to the center of the city. Those who wish to can reach the heart of Kyoto easily from this share house! Other points of interest are as include:
JR Osaka station (only 50 minutes away).
Kintetsu Nara station (about 40 minutes away).
This share house also provides you easy access to other prefectures in the Kansai area. You can easily enjoy all of Kansai from here!
[In the environ]
At walking distance, there is a convenience store, a supermarket, a laundry Room, a 100 yen shop, a post office, and countless of eateries. There is a shopping center with arcade.
There are two stations nearby.
Kintetsu "Fushimi Goryomae Station" 8 minutes
Keihan "Fushimi-Momoyama Station" 7 minutes
You cannot say no, as a history lover. The buildings have been rebuilt from what was lost during the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, which is an iconic showdown in the Edo period.
Some buildings still have some scratches from the swords the samurai used back then.
There are two well known breweries.
1. Laurels Okura Museum
2. Kizakura Kappa Country
These breweries have been attracting many tourists, asyou can witness the origin and have a taste of the liquor. In the neighbourhood, there's also a large wine cellar from the old days, which gives you a great impression of the history in the streets.