Teradaya is the hotel which continues from the Edo period. After having been burned in the battle of Toba and Fushimi, a situation of those days is reproduced at an adjoining place, it was rebuilt, and business is done as a hotel even now.
It is one of the historic relics representing an end of Edo Period.
The Teradaya became the main stage of the Meiji Restoration to be said “The Meiji Restoration began from one room of Teradaya. ”
In 1862, the radical anti-Shogunate faction gathered in the Teradaya, and “the Teradaya disturbance” which planned rising to action is famous. Moreover, this is the hotel where Ryoma Sakamoto stayed regularly and is known also as the hotel of love with Oryo-san.
The appearance of boat houses in olden times engenders a unique atmosphere with the eaves paper lantern written as “Teradaya” being hung. Indoors, Ryoma’s room and a sword cut of the pillar are also reproduced.
Moreover, in front of the yard, the monument of nine bushi of the Satsuma domain which died from “the Teradaya disturbance” and the bronze statue of Ryoma Sakamoto, etc. are built.
The Terada-ya in Fushimi, Kyoto is traditional “Machiya-zukuri” style of Kyoto (one of the Japanese architectural style). It has left the image of old days. The historical records related to Ryoma Sakamoto or the noble-minded patriot of the Restoration are decorated a lot.
“Genuine Teradaya” has been ever built in the neighboring garden.
The current Teradaya imitated “Genuine Teradaya” and was built in the 1950s.
Real Terada-ya was burned down by the battle of Toba and Fushimi which broke out in 1868.
In addition, the “monument” written as “the historic relics Teradaya”, which proving Teradaya having been built a long time ago in this garden, is built.
|Address:||Minamihamacho 263 Kyoto Fushimi-ku, Kyoto 612-8045 Japan|
|Access:||Keihan-honsen Line “Nakashojima-eki Station” (7 minutes walk)|
|Price:||400 yen (Adult)
300 yen (Under 18 years old)
200 yen (Under 12 years old)