A teahouse at Oji° 4°ň
[ID] 2413°°°°( ID:2413 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Place] Tokyo
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 135x85
[Cabinet] 51-35-0
[Keyword] teahouse/river/garden
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Oji was a considerable distance from Edo, but Mt. Asuka and the Takinogawa River gained fame for their cherry blossoms and autumn colours, respectively, and Oji Inari Shrine attracted more and more worshippers. Consequently, many teahouses and restaurants were built along the 450 m approach to the shrine at the foot of Mt. Asuka. Ogiya, with a garden on the other side of the river, and Ebiya were particularly well-known.