Things to do
Uji River—one of the symbols of Uji
The Uji River which flows through the Uji city, dividing the area into two parts, is one of the symbols of Uji. It's prominent position shapes the beautiful landscape of the town and provides opportunities for repose and recreation. Most of the city’s attractions are within short walks from the river. River cruises and cormorant fishing are popular summer activities. Especially cormorant fishing, which is taken place at the Uji River from around middle June to late September, is a highlight!
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Must See !
The main bridge over the Uji River is Uji Bridge. It has been destroyed and replaced many times. Uji Bridge is well known for its frequent mention in the Uji chapters of the Tale of Genji, an 11th century work of a fictional story. It describes the country life in Heian period Kyoto.
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A road between Uji Bridge is very busy every day. Please be careful with the traffic when you take photos of Uji Bridge.
|Directions||5-minute walk from JR or Keihan Train Uji Station|
|Hours||Does not close
|Closed||Does not close|
|Credit cards||No fee required|
|Friendly for Overseas Visitors||
Good place to take nice pictures
|Information||No information at location|
|Languages spoken||No staff at location|