Sights in Kyoto

Sight in Kyoto

徳島ラーメン 東大 京都店 (餐厅)

Sight in Kyoto

東池袋大勝軒 京都拉麺小路店(餐厅)

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Tousuiro

Sight in Kyoto

ゆどうふ 奥丹 南禅寺店

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OKU

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Kichisen

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Chihana

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原谷苑

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Otanihonmyo

Located close to the well-known Kiyomizu Temple, this temple was founded by the Buddhist Jodo Shinshu sect and features a graveyard of more than 15,000 tombston

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Myoho-in Temple

Said to have been built in the Heian era (794-1185), in this area, this temple is well known for its gardens and traditional paintings found in and around the t

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Daiun-in Temple

Though not usually open to the public, this temple can be identified by its unique tower that is said to be unlike any other pagoda in Japan. For a limited time

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Snoopy Town Shop (Kyoto)

This branch of the popular toy store chain is located in Kyoto and offers various goods and stationary designed after the Peanuts Gang and their beloved dog. Pe

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Pokemon Center Kyoto

Located on the fifth floor of the Takashimaya Department Store in Kyoto, this specialty store contains many goods related to the anime series, including card ga

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Umekoji Park

Opened in 1995, this spacious park, about a kilometer west of Kyoto Station, features areas for playing ball games, walking courses, children's playgrounds, a t

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Yasohachi

This restaurant near the historical Kiyamachi Street in Kyoto specializes in Yakitori (skewered chicken). They also feature other kushi dishes. "Kushi" in Japan

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Obubu Tea Farms

About an hour from Kyoto and 30 minutes from Nara by train, this tea farm offers guided tours through their fields of tea. The tours are available in English an

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Cafe Matsuontoko

Located a few paces from Kawaramachi Station, this vegan restaurant specializes in Hamburgers. Other items on the menu include pizza, pasta, curry, and more --

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Kurumazaki Jinja Shrine

Located in Arashiyama, this small shrine is famous for its sub-shrine, the Geino Jinja Shrine, where professionals from the entertainment industry come to pray.