Information about miscellaneous shops and goods – Souvenirs, Japanese sweets and other unique items only Kyoto can offer.
Kyoto-style handworks by well-cultivated artisans
Kyoto is the city where many of trad...
Cool and modern Japanese items born in Gion
Cool and unique items originating fr...
Great cooks’ favorite tools
Kyoto, the center of the food cultur...
Must-try take-away items [Gion]
From Kyoto-standard tastes to the it...
Little and lovely “Kyoto Paper Items”
During the Heian period (794-1185),...
8 stores offering classical Japanese costumes and accessories
A pair of white tabi (split-toe) soc...
Shopping in the Nishiki Market
The Nishiki Market, often known by i...
Recommended souvenir ranking: Kyoto Delicacy
Kyoto offers countless “delicious” s...
Must-try sweets for a Kyoto summer
Silky smooth texture, chilling your...
A long-established obi manufacturer inheriting traditional Nishijin textile
Yokoyama Bamboo Products & Co.
Beautiful traditional bamboo handicraft produced by a long established bamboo merchant
A small envelope bringing the heart of the sender to that special person
A long-established Japanese confectionery shop known for their original sweet, “Miso Matsukaze”
A store introducing innovative products to the world using the hand-weaving tradition of Nishijin
“Cherish the quality of a single tea leaf” – Kyoto’s representative tea leaf shop
Welcome spring with Imasa’s Chafuku-bako
Stylish kaiseki cuisine using only local fresh ingredients from Hanase
Sweet and sour rice cake creates unique harmony that will make you want to eat one after another
Shrines & Temples
Rokkaku-do Temple (Choho-ji Temple)
Rokkaku-san, the temple related to Prince Shotoku