A retro townscape reminiscent of the Showa Era (1926 to 1989) where you can feel the history of Fujiyoshida as a weaving town
The Shimoyoshida area once prospered as the center of the textile industry, and the area east of Honcho street (now National Route 139) was called "Kinuya-machi (silk shop town)," where silk wholesale stores nestled amongst homes and shops. It is said that the markets opened on the 1st, 6th, 11th, and the16th of every month, and merchants from all over the country gathered for business, and at night, they enjoyed themselves in the Nishiura district. Even today, Kinuya-machi area has an atmosphere of a "merchants' town."
|Address||〒403-0004 山梨県富士吉田市下吉田2-13-1付近（2-13-1, shimoyoshida, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi）|
|Transport||Public transport: Get off at Gekkoji Sta. on the Fujikyuko Line. It is then approx. four minutes on foot.|
Car: It is approx. 10 minutes from Fujiyoshida Nishikatsura Smart I.C. on the Chuo Expressway.