Nene Street

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Nene's Street (ねねの道, nenenomichi) is one of the best known streets in Kyoto. It is located in front of Kodaiji Temple, that was built by Nene for her husband Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Nene also built Entokuin Temple. Those two temples she built for Hideyoshi are both alongside of the Nene's street. The view of Nene's street is considered as the most apparent view of Kyoto.

Tourist Info.
There is no parking or public restroom.

0. at Kyoto Station.
1. use city bus 206 or 100 to Gion.
2. walk (15 min.)

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Map around Nene Street

Detailed Travel Guide

Kodaiji Temple
was established by Nene, the wife of Toyotomi Hideyoshi in 1598. There are many historical buildings and houses which removed from Fushimi Castle. The Teahouse of this temple was the favorite house for Hideyoshi, and it was designed by Sen no Rikyu, the tea master.

Entokuin Temple
was also established by Nene. She removed her house and garden of Fushimi Castle to here and stayed until she died.