[Kifune Sightseeing] Cool even in summer! Kifune is the summer resort in Kyoto.

Kyoto in the summer is moist. It's as if the townhouses and trees are sweating.

Furthermore, there is no wind. It feels like "a cool breeze winding and coming and going".

A phrase read by Issa Kobayashi, who lived in the back of a poorly ventilated Edo Nagaya.

A breeze came to my room in a cheap Nagaya for a moment, I think it's a phrase,

There are times when you want to shout "I understand, I understand Issa!" Right here in Kyoto.

It's like killing the Edo villain in Kyoto. Different.


By the way, people living in Kyoto all said, "The coolness is 5 degrees different from the town of Kyoto!"

There is a spot that boasts the coolness that is highly acclaimed, "It's cold!" And "The air is different!"

That is "Kifune". In fact, it's cool. In addition, there are two major recommendations for Kibune in the summer.

"Kifune Shrine", which is famous for the love of Izumi Shikibu, and "Kawadoko Cuisine", where you can enjoy the fruits of the mountains by laying a floor on the river.

Especially, "Kawadoko cuisine" is limited to summer, so it is crowded.


The best way to get to "Kifune" is to take the Eizan Electric Railway from Demachiyanagi Station for about 30 minutes and get off at "Kibune Station".

About 5 minutes by bus from there. Is this the easiest? If you don't use the bus, you can walk for about 20 minutes,

Rather this feels good. Suzushi! You can experience.

It's a bus to go and a downhill on the way back, so it might be a good idea to walk home.

It takes about 50 minutes by car from Kyoto Station.

However, when you arrive at Kibune, the road is narrow and there are many tourists, so it is stressful.

Well, if you have a car, it's easier.


Kawadoko restaurants, souvenir shops, cafes, etc. are lined up on both sides of the road.


"Fujiya" is touted as the original Kawadoko cuisine during the Tenpo era. Certainly the atmosphere is nice.


The riverbed looks like this when viewed from the outside. It looks like a cave and is an interesting landscape.

Even so, I always wonder what happens to the ownership of the land up the river.

I wonder if the riverbeds are already lined up in the river in front of the store.

Or how much do you buy from a real estate agent on the river and from here?

Or do you apply to the country? Hmmm mysterious.

Does anyone know?


This is "Kibunejaya". The basic style is the main building on the other side of the road from the riverbed.

I will make rice here and bring it to the riverbed. It is also an inn.


It feels good to have few people between the day and night sections. Kibune at dusk is also good.


This is "Hirobun". Actually, here is your biggest trick!

Kawadoko dishes are all around 8,000 yen, but here you can enjoy the riverbed with somen noodles for 1,300 yen.

Bukkake Kawadoko cuisine is similar everywhere, so if you want to enjoy Kawadoko easily on your ship, this is the place to go!


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