Shopping Street in Downtown, Kyoto
9am - 6pm
Allow 60 minutes
No regular closing days
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Updated 7 March 2020
A narrow food market known as “Kyoto’s Kitchen”. Containing over 130 shops and restaurants - mostly selling local produce including fresh fruit and vegetable, pickles, seafood, and cooking utensils.
The two most popular shopping streets in Kyoto, forming the heart of the main shopping district. An excellent place to explore local life, these streets are packed with a range of shops, restaurants and cafes.
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A cherry tree lined canal, approximately 2km long through residential areas between Nanzenji Temple and Ginkakuji. A very pleasant (and popular) area to stroll to take in the trees in all seasons.
Japan’s longest shopping street with a friendly neighbourhood atmosphere and excellent street food. Home to over 600 varied shops, restaurants and cafes.
A small shrine near to Nishiki Market dedicated to learning and scholarly pursuits. The pretty and cozy shrine is a great way to escape the busy market crowds.
A lively nightlife area full of restaurants, bars and street-food, and the most famous in Osaka. A food lover’s paradise!
An incredible villa set in extensive gardens, formerly the estate of a famous actor. Arguably one of the finest residences to visit in Kyoto, even considering the Imperial Palace.