The beautiful stores lined along this path and traditional Kyoto feeling. This place is picturesque and a must see for anyone visiting Kyoto. It's a great place to buy gifts and souvenirs. If you need...
Sannenzaka and Ninenzaka are both pedestrian lanes that lead up from Nene-no-Michi Lane past the Yasaka Pagoda to the famous hilltop Kiyomizu-dera Temple. The charming streets are lined with tradition...
These two beautifully preserved streets go back to the 9th century and bring the tourists in droves. The wooden buildings give insight into how Kyoto looked centuries ago. But now, the facades belie t...
A five star review that is secretly a one star review
A five star review - with a catch. Five star review only counts outside business hours, when you can fully take in the surrounds. One star review if you're trying to get from A to B, or you don't l...
A must do for first time Japan visitors. This is a quaint little village with steps that go up and then down. And as you already know, legend has it if you fall on these steps you will have 3 years ...
Sannenzaka & Ninenzaka, located near Kiyomizu-dera in Kyoto, make up two of the historically protected blocks here, the other one being Kiyomizuzaka. Sannenzaka & Ninenzaka are two small stone-paved slopes lined with steps, with Sannenzaka a small path linking Kiyomizuzaka with Ninenzaka. The houses here are mostly Machiya-style wooden houses built in the Edo period, with most vendors selling Kiyomizu ware and ancient Kyoto porcelain products. There are also quaint restaurants and souvenir shops to be found.
Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Museum
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Kimono is one of the most amazing outfits in Japan, especially when the old paths got full of elegant people wearing kimonos and strolling along the city.
If you would like to see traditional Japanese houses and stunning temples, you should visit Kyoto. You can see Geishas walking around with their traditional costumes and if you’re lucky you may be able to capture a photo of them.
Golden hour in Kyoto, in front of the famous Yasaka Pagodo. This picturesque Buddhist temple was so magical to see during sunset, especially with all the girls dressed up in their colorful Geisha outfits!
After strolling through Kyoto for two years and three years, you can take a trip to Kyoto, Osaka, or take a trip to Kyoto, or be impressed by Kyoto's antiques. Whether it's a curved road up and down, a classical building next to it, or a street full of streets. Kimono girls, are super beautiful scenery ~
light gray environment against orange temples and multicolored kimono, is the recommended place for individual society and culture
most surprising and casual The Japanese shop along the street is full of delicious food in the sky, and the curry is not too tired to eat, praise and praise!