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Shisen-dō is a Zen Buddhist temple in Sakyō-ku.
Sowgen Cafe is a local coffee house close to Kyoto University of Art and Design.
Shugaku-in Imperial Villa
Constructed by the order of the Emperor Gomizunoo in the mid-seventeenth century, Shugakuin Imperial Villa consists of three villas. Its incorporation of the su
Matsumura Shoten is a bicycle shop which also organizes events such Mount Hiezan downhill and Lake Biwako touring.
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