Daimon-cho

Travel Guide - Daimon-cho

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As you get closer to Zenko-ji Temple, you will find more old storehouses and merchant houses reminiscent of the romantic Taisho Period (1912 - 1926).
The stone-paved streets are lined with stone lanterns further adding to the atmosphere of the Monzen-machi (temple town) in Daimon-cho.
With buildings like the Zenko-ji Post Office housed in former travel lodgings, and "The Fujiya Gohonjin" - a former inn for government officials, a picturesque scene sperads out before you.

Opening Hours

  • Varies according to the shop / facility

Closed

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Access / Public Transport

  • 8 minutes from JR Nagano Station by the bus bound for Zenko-ji. Get off at Hana-no-koji Bus stop.

Address / Location

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