The Site of Hakkenya Port

はっけんやふなつきばのあと

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The Site of Hakkenya Port

In the Edo period (1603 to 1867), this place was called “Hakken” since it had eight (hachi) inns (ken), and flourished as a landing place for the “sanjukkoku-bune” boats that used to travel on the Yodo River linking Kyoto and Osaka. It has a long history and it was mentioned in the “Man’yoshu”(Anthology of Japanese poems)as “Naniwa-zu” port.

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2, Temmabashikyomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka
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●Subway: Tanimachi Line: Tenmabashi Station (T22).
●Other: Keihan Line: Tenmabashi Station.
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