shinsengumi

Today introduce Shinsengumi (新選組 or 新撰組, meaning “the new squad”) was a special police force organized by the Bakufu (military government) during Japan’s Bakumatsu period (late shogun) in 1864. It was active until 1869.

Yagitei

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Once the Shinsengumi military station. The Muromachi era moved to Kyoto. In the near Temple, tickets are 1,000 yen (including cake + Matcha) Kamo Serigawa assassination is where the incident took place.

 

Adress:24 Mibunaginomiya-cho,Nakakyo-ku, Kyoto
Open Hour:9:00-17:00
Ticket:free

Kyoto Ryozen Gokoku Shrine

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The Kyoto Ryozen Gokoku Shrine (京都霊山護国神社 ) is a Shinto Shrine located in Kyoto, Japan. It honors the heroes of Japan, especially from the period of the Bakumatsu period and the Meiji Restoration,most famously Sakamoto Ryōma and his associate Nakaoka Shintarō, who are buried side-by-side in the shrine.

 

Acceess: From JR Kyoto Station, Keihan-Shijo Station, Hankyu-Kawaramachi Station City Bus to Gion ,10min walk from “Higashi-yama Ysui” Bus-stop
Address:1 Ryozen-cho, Seikanji, Higashiyama-Ku, Kyoto

Mibu-dera

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Mibu-dera was established in 991 by the monk Kaiken and is one of Kyoto’s oldest temples. Since Kyoto has see a lot of wars, fires and other catastrophes over the centuries, none of the original building has survived until today. There is a stone garden south of the Shoin, the study rooms of the temple.

Address:31 Mibunaginomiya-cho,Nakakyo-ku, Kyoto
Open Hour:9:00-17:00
Ticket:free


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