A teahouse at Oji° 1°ň
(KIOTO HOUSES)
[ID] 619°°°°( ID:619 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Album]
[Place] Tokyo
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 136x91
[Cabinet] 14-9-0
[Keyword] urban facilities
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The restaurant "Ogiya" in Oji in the early Meiji era. It was opened during the Kansei era (1789-1801) and stood along the Otonashi River (Shakujii River). It is a popular stop for people worshipping at Oji Inari, which is the head Inari Shrine in the Kanto area. It is also famous as a tourist spot and for the rakugo story entitled "Fox of Oji ".