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The shrine related to Keishouin, the mother of Tokugawa Tsunayoshi, is well-known for prays for marriage into the people.
21 Imamiya-cho, Murasakino, Kita-ku, Kyoto.
Pay Parking Available / Open Free / Admission Free
Kohrin'in Temple will open specially in Autumn, whose main hall is ellegant and calm and whose Hojo(Abbot's quarters) garden has the arranged stones on the white sands.
KOHRININ-TEMPLE in DAITOKUJI-TEMPLE
58 Daitokuji-cho, Murasakino, Kita-ku, Kyot
Phone: 075-231-7015 (Kyoto Shunju Office)
Pay Parking Available
Next Special opening days up to March 17th - June 10th, 2018
(Please ask opening days.)
Admission Fees: 600yen
The main sanctuary hall was designed using the original architecture method called the“ Hirano Zukuri”
1, Hirano Miyamotocho, Kita-ku Kyoto.
Pay Parking Available
The grand head shrine of 12,000 Shinto shrines across Japan, well known as the god of learning and academics.
Bakurochō, Kamigyō-ku, Kyoto.
Free Parking Available
This has a round window "Satori", a window for enlightenment, and a square window "Mayoi", a window for delusion, from Buddhist concept.
47 Takagamine Kitatakagamine-cho, Kita-ku, Kyoto
(In case of a Buddihist service, an admission will be cancelled for sometime.)
Admission Fees: 400yen
This Shinto shrine was built in order to enshrine Nobunaga Oda. From the shrine precinct, the views of Mt.Hiei and Mt.Daimonji can be enjoyed.
49 Kitafunaoka-cho Murasakino, Kita-ku, Kyoto
No Parking Available
General Admission: 9:00-17:00
Hanbei is a traditional Japanese restaurant conveniently located within 10-minute bus ride from the Kamigamo-Jinja shrine, Kinkaku-ji Temple, Daitoku-ji Temple, as well as the Genkoan Temple, famous for the beautiful surrounding autumn foliage. The cuisine served here is a visual feast, with deep, delicate taste that allows you to experience the four seasons of Kyoto. T he superb hospitality is made possible at this reservation-only restaurant. The ¥3,000 and ¥4,500 (tax excluded) lunch courses are highly recommended.
Kitayama HANBEI Japanese Restautant
58-1 Higashi Kurusu-cho, Shichiku, Kita-ku, Kyoto
Charged Parking Available
For lunch 11:30-14:30, For dinner 17:30-22:00 Reservation is required.
Closed Wednesdays and 3rd Thursday
Various artisans of traditional kimono dyeing methods, like Yuzen-zome (Yuzen dyeing technique) and Shibori-zome (Japanese tie-dyeing technique), gather at this studio. Customers can directly consult with the makers, so any kimono related items can be custom-made. Customers can bring in their own kimonos and artisans can give fashion advises. A full dressing room is available, so that customers can bring in their kimonos and be dressed by the pros. If you love kimonos, please make a reservation and come visit us!
741-5 Shinsei-cho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City
We are closed irregularly.
※Please send us emails with your requests and the possible date s and times of your visits.
The day of the chef of Shinme begins every morning at the local market. Only the finest, freshest ingredients are carefully selected by the chef's experienced eyes. Almost all the dishes change on a daily basis, making it impossible to have a set menu. This is because of the chef's passion to put the freshness of the seasonal taste first and foremost. Please enjoy the seasonal dishes with fine sake, carefully prepared with the amazing handlings of the Japanese knives.
38 Tamaya-cho, Nakatachiui Agaru, Senbon-doi, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City
Hours: 17:00～21:30 Closed on Sundays
Jako (dried and seasoned baby fish) is one of the famous Kyoto souvenirs. Since so many stores carry jako, it must be difficult for many people to choose which one to buy. We would like to offer you an advice. Although you can buy jako products at a station or at a department store, we recommend going to a specialty store. Chihiro is a small but popular store located in a quiet corner of town. The store has been loved by many people over the years. Chihiro does not use any additives or artificial ingredients. Chihiro's signature "Jako Sansho" (dried baby fish with Japanese mountain pepper) has a soft, fluffy texture of a handmade delicacy."Ogon Jako" (golden dried baby fish) is another popular product, fragrantly seasoned with garlic and sesame oil.
Kyono Tsukudani Chihiro
293 Kodonouchi-cho, Jofukuji, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City
Hours: 10:00-18:00 / Closed on every Sundays and the 3rd Saturday of the month.
44-8, Nishinoyama-cho, Shichiku,Kita-ku Kyoto
Hours:9:00-20:00(19:00 on Tuesday,Sunday and Holiday）
Closed on every 3rd Tuesdays
15, Nishigamo Bonoshirocho, Kita-ku Kyoto
Closed on every Tuesday