What is Muko?

What is Muko?

“Kaibara Castle ruins’ earthen embankment Tenjin 1-chome, Nagaokakyo City (formerly Kaibara Castle no Uchi)”

Kaide Castle was the residence of Nakakoji, a country gentleman who was active during the Warring States period. The wealthy landowners and samurai in the Otomune Nishioka region were well-known throughout the country for their participation in the country-wide uprising aimed at achieving autonomous regional governance. The castle remains a valuable example of the role […]

What is Muko?

TauT Hankyu Rakusai Exit

Hankyu Railway is collaborating with Kyoto City to develop the elevated area “TauT Hankyu Rakusai-guchi” between Rakunsai-guchi and Katsura Station. This area is approximately 1 km in length, and its first phase, which focuses on local shops and businesses, opened ahead of schedule on October 22, 2018. Initially opened as a ground-level station in March […]