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Nakamura Tokichi (Honten)
If you are traveling to Kyoto, Nakamura Tokichi Honten should be on your list. Not only you can feast on delicious matcha treats, but also enjoy them in histori
Their largest store. They sell a wide range of products, including fresh sweets and chilled products, and specialize in Matcha and Ujicha sweets, sold as souven
Known as the Temple of Flowers, this temple attracts visitors with its azaleas blooming around April and May, as well as hydrangeas blooming in July and August.
Comfortably nestled a 3-minute stroll away from the World Heritage Site Byodo-in Temple, Tabibitoyado Kirinya offers free WiFi throughout the entire property.
Uji Cha-gan Jutei House
Opened in October 2016, Uji Cha-gan Jutei House is located in Uji, Kyoto, a location which is famous for its Matcha green tea. The property is a 7-minute walk f
Located just a 5-minute walk from the Byodo-in Temple, Japanese-style inn Koryuen Seizanso offers air-conditioned traditional-style rooms. It features large pub
Kyoto Hanafuji Annex
Kyoto Hanafuji Annex is a holiday home situated in Kyoto, 5 km from Tofuku-ji Temple. The air-conditioned unit is 6 km from Daigo-ji Temple. Free WiFi is availa
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