Stroll through Tondabayashi Jinaimachi

Tondabayashi Jinaimachi was established in Minamikawachimachi on the bank of Ishikawa as a religious self-governing city during the Sengoku period in the mid-16th century, when wars and uprisings continued.
Tondabayashi Jinaimachi is a place where the streets of the Edo period remain.
*This video was taken in August 2020.

Destination: Tondabayashi-Nishiguchi Station
Transportation from central Osaka:
①Take the Kintetsu Minami-Osaka Line/Nagano Line (bound for Kawachinagano) from Osaka-Abenobashi Station to Tondabayashi-Nishiguchi Station (about 30 minutes)
② Take the Nankai Koya Line from Namba Station to Kawachinagano Station (about 30 minutes ride)
*Change to the Kintetsu Nagano Line at Kawachinagano Station and head to Tondabayashi-nishiguchi Station (about 7 minutes)
10minutes on foot from Tondabayashi-nishiguchi Station.

Jinaimachi, Tondabayashi City is a historic town located in the Minamikawachi area. Jinaimachi prospered as a religious city in the Middle Ages and is known as an area where famous temples and facilities related to Buddhism gather.
Jinaimachi, Tondabayashi City is an attractive area where historic temples, buildings, and scenic landscapes merge.

Jinaimachi is also lined with buildings such as merchant houses. The merchant house is one of the highlights as it retains the townscape of the Edo period.
Jinaimachi is a popular tourist destination because it still retains the townscape of the Edo period.
If you take a walk through Jinaimachi, you can experience the townscape of the Edo period.