The purpose of this study is to solve the tendency of the painters' address in the early modern period in Kyoto. The results are as follows: (1) Painters lived particular streets from Tenmei period. intensive streets were Nizyo-dori, Sizyo-dori, Sanzyo-dori, and Marutamati-dori from Bunka period downward. (2) They lived particular areas from Bunsei period. (3) The number of painters lived south of Sizyo-dori increased from Koka period. (4) The number of painters lived south of Imperial palace increased from Koka period. (5) Many painter, belong to Bunzingaka, Sizyo school, and Kisi school, lived surround Gion, Syogoin village, Hyakumanben, Okazaki village, and Fusimi.