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Asahiyaki
Paint & Pottery Studios, Art Galleries, Historic Walking Areas
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Highly recommended for those who are seeking a unique experience apart from eating and shopping in Kyoto.
Highly recommended, and also the souvenir shop has lots of awesome weapons to buy at a good price.
And it's a historic business on a wonderful shopping street.
The attached shop is where you can buy the many varieties of tea that Ippodo sells, which make good gifts, though I also bought a range of them for my own use.
Fuuka-Kimono Kyoto
Charming little shop with excellent selection
We had been to a few shops, but could not find what we were looking for.
Great shopping and restaurants 2. Fantastic view from the top 3. Illuminated steps with music (may be seasonable) 4. Musical fountains We loved it!
There's Granvia Hotel, Isetan Department Store, lots of restaurants, shopping stores, Shinkansen Bullet Train Station, JR Station and Metro Subways, Bus Stations, etc. Kyoto Station is a tourist spot by itself, fr...
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You get a wonderful experience, and also get a beautiful souvenir to take home, which is even more meaningful than anything you buy in a shop as it is a true Japanese artwork, made by yourself.
If you're in the Arashiyama area of Kyoto, even if you just stop in to look at the INCREDIBLE hand-made wares they sell, please stop by their shop.
Truely amazing shopping and heaps of eatery places Nic nacs
Teramachi Dori (Street) actually runs for miles north south in Kyoto, but the main shopping street is between Shijo and Sanjo Dori.
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I shopped around to see which was the best value Maiko experience in Kyoto.
This shop very professional and friendly, also they offer a lot of amazing maikos' clothes to u choose it.
Porta Shimogyo
Porta is an underground shopping mall located next to the main tourist bus terminal on the north or Karasuma side of Kyoto Station.
Porta is an underground shopping complex near Kyoto Station.
Aeon Mall Kyoto Shimogyo
This shopping centre has everything you need even complimentary strollers for your little ones, which is a big bonus!
All you could want in a shopping mall
Excellent Souvenir Shopping
Fabulous place for shopping for friends or self !
They also have a very nice shop with a range of hand crafted items, lovely keepsakes.
We didn't take a class, just watched a film on Shibori techniques, browsed the displays of many impressive pieces, and afterwards shopped among the high quality items offered for sale (and went home with several I...
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The little arcade surrounding the station is host to several shops where you can buy souveniers, snacks, coffee and unbelievable delicious icecream!
A beautiful strip of shops in Arashiyama that will keep you occupied for some time souvenir hunting for the family - had an enjoyable morning stroll here it was lovely
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The price is very affordable (less than 7000 yen) comparing with other shops (Tokyo and Osaka) I visited during my trip
Charming little shop and the owners are humble and nice.
The Cube Kyoto
Awesome shopping in Kyoto Station
Wife loved these shops - Beautiful...
The staff are helpful, friendly, and the shop also provides hair styling services which most other rental don't provide.
Aritsugu Kyoto
A superb shop, a small jewel in this fantastic street of good food.
Fascinating shop with a huge variety of knives for every kitchen task.
Asahiyaki Uji
This sits right opposite from the fukujuen shop.
Amazing shop with vintage articles, action figures, postcards, toys and many more.
We bought a very large, paper mache, Hannya mask that was quite spectacular and very unique; so much better than the reproduction ones we had seen in all the tourist shops.
Amazing to find such an authentic shop in the center of Kyoto!
There are a lot of nice shops full of great knifes.
It is a fabulous paper, stationery and card shop located in the famous Nishiki Markets, and is well worth a visit to stock up on quality paper and cards.
We were strolling around the commercial centre of Kyoto and adventured ourselves into a not very particularly pretty covered shopping arcade where this shop is located.
Mansagama Kyoto
On the Philosopher's Walk, this unassuming pottery shop is an experience that will enhance your trip to Japan and bring back memories for many years.
My daughter and I found this pottery shop unexpectedly while walking between temples and shrines along the Kyoto Trail.
We thought the shop stocked a wide variety of items and staff were friendly and helpful.
Bento&co Kyoto
I chose to walk some amazing back streets to get to this equally amazing shop.
This shop was on a side street by the Nishiki Market.