About this sight
Originally a villa in the Meiji Era, this facility was owned by painter Kansetsu Hashimoto. In addition to the two tea houses and the traditional Japanese garden and pond, there is a museum showcasing the artwork of Hashimoto as well as other relics. There are also two restaurants where visitors can enjoy either Italian cuisine or Kyoto cuisine.
Located in Kyoto's Higashiyama district, this two kilometer-long stone path is set along a canal and is a particularly beautiful route to follow during cherry b
Restaurant opened in 1997, located near the Kinkaku temple. We offer Kaiseki-style course dishes, taking advantage of the natural local environment.
Ginkakuji Candy Shop
Also known as the Silver Pavilion, this Zen temple located in Kyoto's Higashiyama district was originally built as a retirement villa by shogun Ashikaga Yoshima
World Coffee Shop
This is a cafe and coffee shop that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, located a 10 minute walk from Ginkaku-ji Temple.