Sagano Scenic Railway: Torokko-Saga Station

Breakfast at Kohikan > Arashimaya (嵐山) > Bamboo Grove > Nonomiya Shrine > Randen Arashiyama Station > LunchGetting to Torokko-Kameoka Station > Torokko-Kameoka Station > Sagano Scenic Railway > Torokko-Saga Station




After the scenic railway ride, we alighted at Torokko-Saga Station (also known as Saga Torokko Station). Torokko-Saga Station is ideally next to the  JR Saga-Arashiyama station, and walk-able to Arashimaya

Torokko-Saga Station
The ticketing counter where you can purchase your tickets on the spot
Torokko-Saga Station
Display at Torokko-Saga Station

Besides a rest area, the station is also home to a 19th Century Hall that houses a monument made from steam locomotive driving wheels and has historical locomotives on exhibition, Diorama Kyoto Japan and Bicycle Rental shop [Torokko-Saga Station Attractions].

Diorama Kyoto Japan
Diorama Kyoto Japan: One of the largest model railway dioramas in Japan.
Diorama Kyoto Japan
This layout boasts very  detailed representations of ‘Kyoto-esque’ scenery such as Kiyomizudera Temple, Kinkakuji Temple, Kyoto Imperial Palace, and the Gozen-Okuribi(Daimonji festival/Mountain Bonfire) etc...
Once we arrived at Torokko-Saga Station, we made our way back to Kyoto (Station) for the next leg of the adventure - Gion!
Once we arrived at Torokko-Saga Station, we made our way back to Kyoto (Station) for the next leg of the adventure - Gion!




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