Going down the Hozu River° 4°ň
[ID] 2924°°°°( ID:2924 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Place] Kyoto
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 264x200
[Cabinet] 59-15-0
[Keyword] scenic spot/river/mountain/ship
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A "yakata" boat negotiates the Hozu River rapids. This was taken from a rock on the south side of the river. People took the approximately 16km boat ride from Hozu Town in Kameoka to Togetsu Bridge in Arashiyama. The river boats that carried lumber and goods from Tanba Kameoka to Kyoto were converted to leisure boats at the end of the Meiji Period when the Kyoto Railway was established.