Manjuji-dori Street (万寿寺通)

Manjuji-dori Street is a street running east-west through Kyoto City.

It corresponds to Higuchikoji in Heiankyo. It runs between Matsubara-dori Street and Gojo-dori Street.

The street begins at the intersection of Teramachi-dori Street and Kawaramachi-dori Street in the east to Kuzunonishi-dori Street in the west. The street which extends east, and the street across the Kamo-gawa River which connects to Rokuharauramon-dori Street in the east, are also called Manjuji-dori Street.

On the way, the street is divided from Horikawa-dori Street to Shimomatsuyamachi-dori Street, from Senbon-dori Street to one street east on Higashi Shinmichi, from Higashi Onmae-dori Street to Nishi Dori-dori Street, and from Sainishi-dori Street to Kuzunohigashi-dori Street.

There are many {Buddhist altar fittings} shops between Teramachi-dori Street and Karasuma-dori Street, and there are many Japanese clothing (Kimono) traders between Karasuma-dori Street and Horikawa-dori Street.

The name of the street came from Manju-ji Temple which is one of the Kyoto Gozan (Five Great zen Temples of Kyoto) that used to exist at the crossing between Higashinotoin-dori Street.

Facilities on the main roadside

Rokuharamitsu-ji Temple
Horikawa Police Station
JT Kyoto kaikan
Kyoto City Hospital: between Onmae-dori Street and Nishi Doi-dori Street (front is Gojo-dori Street)
AEON Mall Kyoto Hana
Kyoto Koka Women's University and Junior College