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* About "Terada-Ya"

"Terada-Ya" means, the house of Teradas. Generally, it is a name of shop, company, or inn that is (was) operated by Mr. or Ms. Terada. The most famous Terada-ya in Japan is the inn that was operated in Edo-period (200 years ago) and locates in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto (see picture in right). Because one of the most famous "samurai" --- Ryoma Sakamoto --- stayed the inn frequently and he was attacked by assassin at the inn, the Terada-ya is very famous. Today, the Terada-ya inn is operating as a Japanese traditional inn still now so you can stay the inn (advanced reservation is required), and also visitors can enter the inn in only daytime for self-guided tour with the small fee. So it is nice sightseeing spot for people who have the interesting to Japanese history. Anyway, I don't have any relationship to the famous Terada-ya except my family name is "Terada".


e-mail: TERADA, Koichi <kterada@yokohama.kanagawa.to>

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