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Revision as of 10:06, 3 April 2009

Ōtsu (大津) [1] is the capital of Shiga prefecture.

Get in

By plane

By train

By bus

Get around

See

  • Gichu-ji Temple (義仲寺). The burial place of famed haiku poet Matsuo Basho, of Narrow Road to the Deep North fame. The temple is 300m away from JR Zeze Station (膳所駅), one stop from Otsu on the JR Tokaido Line.
  • Enryakuji Temple, 077-578-0001. The head temple of Tendai Buddhism and a World Heritage Site located atop Mount Hiei.
  • Ishiyamadera Temple.
  • Miidera Temple.
  • Hiyoshi Shrine.


Do

Buy

Eat

  • Kanekichi, [2]. Local Omi beef specialist.
  • Matsukiya, [3]. Local Omi beef specialist.

Drink

Sleep

Get out

Routes through Otsu
OsakaKyoto  W noframe E  OmihachimanNagoya


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