Teradaya is a historical inn, where Ryoma Sakamoto was attacked and injured. If you are interested in Japanese history, the visit of this place should be interesting. But the building is not the original.
The museum is not easy to find. However, it is worth the visit. From outside, it looks as if the museum is closed, but before you leave check whether the door is open. The museum is full of pictures and memorials. A must-do if you...More
I have a great admiration for Sakamoto Ryoma, so I really wanted to visit Teradaya when we visited Kyoto. The house is well preserved and the staff are friendly and warm. It is a beautiful building and it felt good to be there. If you...More
Teradaya is famous for the incident when Sakamoto Ryoma fought bakufu loyalists who wanted to arrest him. For those who are interested, Sakamoto Ryoma was a samurai with a vision for a new Japan, modernized and powerful. To achieve his goal he approached two powerful...More
I was here last March during our short trip to Fushimi, Kyoto. Overall it was a good place blended with the old Japanese charm. This is the place where the famous Teradaya Incident occured (The fighting between the loyal goverment and a bunch of samurai)....More