Kyoto has plenty of shopping spots to choose from. Here you can start shopping right at the railway station. The Kyoto Station Building is one of the largest stations not only in the country but in the world. Within its walls are dozens of stores of various specializations. So you can buy literally everything, from fashionable clothes and souvenirs to the latest smartphone models and other appliances. Besides stores, the train station houses restaurants and cafes of various directions so you can spend all day shopping in this amazing place.
Your active city break in Kyoto. Attractions, recreation and entertainment - best places to spend your day and night here
Many entertainment venues in Kyoto will help to diversify the rich excursion program; anyone could find a place to stay at his liking. Travelers coming to vacation with kids are sure to … Open
1. Major shopping centers are open every day, seven days a week. They begin serving visitors not later than 10:00 am, and the working day ends not earlier than 9:00 pm. If the store is … Open
Fans of looking through the markets will not be bored either in Kyoto. They must visit the Flea Market Kitano Tenmangu Shrine. Here, among the colorful rows, one can find the most popular national delicacies and spices. Many customers are attracted to stalls selling all kinds of antiques and artworks. Fresh fruits, seafood and popular street dishes prepared from them, interesting handmade souvenirs, traditional kimonos, and fresh flowers - all this and much more awaits buyers in this market.
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Gion Aya offering its customers luxurious kimonos stands out among the variety of specialized stores. Its assortment includes ready-made national outfits with all related accessories. Here you can also design and order custom kimonos. Visitors to the store are provided with an additional service - they can rent a costume they like for a few days to walk around the city.
Kyoto National Museum, Kinkaku-ji, Ryoan-ji, Sanjusangen-do, as well as many others, they all become the world's cultural heritage objects and remain as iconic monuments for Kyoto … Open
In search of interesting antiques, one can walk along Shirakawa Gion where the most popular antique shops in town are concentrated. They sell literally everything, from antique works of art and national costumes to cheap antique stuff like postcards.