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白川通 京都
Japan

白川通(しらかわどおり)は、京都市の主要な南北の通りの一つ。東大路通よりさらに東にあり、北は宝ヶ池通から南は仁王門通(南禅寺前)まで。鴨川支流の白川沿いを通る。

今出川通(銀閣寺道)から北山通(修学院道)にかけてイチョウとケヤキの街路樹がある。沿道にはレストランやカフェ、ブティック、アンティークな店やエスニック料理店など北山通と並ぶファッションストリートとなっている。東鞍馬口通との交点である上終町(かみはてちょう)には京都造形芸術大学があり、京都大学の学生の下宿街でもあり若年者で賑わっている。また、北大路通以北から周辺には田畑も残っている。

宝ヶ池通より丸太町通との交点である東天王町までは4車線で、花園橋交差点から宝ヶ池駅付近で川端通を分岐するまでの約300mの区間は国道367号、北大路通 - 仁王門通間は京都市道182号蹴上高野線となっている。宝ヶ池駅南側にある叡山電鉄叡山本線との交差地点は自動車専用の立体交差が存在する。

http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E7%99%BD%E5%B7%9D%E9%80%9A

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送信日: 29/01/2012
更新日: 15/08/2013
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