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Jittoku

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Clubs  |  Sep 22 2009

Kyoto’s most attractive live venue opened back in 1973, in what was once a sake brewery. And it ...

Ukai Shoten

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Shops  |  Sep 22 2009

It’s quite a trek from anywhere, but this sake store is by far the best in the city. Owner ...

Taizo-in

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Museums & Sights  |  Sep 22 2009

The oldest and most famous of Myoshin-ji’s sub-temples is renowned for its tranquil gardens. A ...

Funaoka Onsen

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Art & Leisure  |  Sep 22 2009

Technically it’s a sento (Japanese bathhouse) rather than an onsen (hot spring) since the heat ...

Ohashi Kobo

Shops  |  Sep 22 2009

Nowhere takes chopsticks more seriously than this tiny establishment. Ohashi Kobo creates ...

Sarasa Nishijin

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

Due to fire safety and size restrictions, baths were never a part of traditional machiya ...

Jumbo

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

The name refers to the super-sized portions of okonomiyaki (around 30cm in diameter) and ...

Insho Domoto Museum of Fine Arts

Museums & Sights  |  Sep 22 2009

Painter and sculptor Insho Domoto (1891-1975) built his own museum in 1966, and he clearly ...

Utano Youth Hostel

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Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

One look at the map ought to dissuade you from staying here. The Utano is tucked away in the ...

Shunko-in

Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

Not many temple lodgings come furnished with wireless internet, air-conditioning and a kitchen, ...

Gekkousou (Moonlight Guest House)

Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

There are no frills here: there’s even a ¥100 surcharge for hot water. But with Funaoka Onsen ...

Tozando

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Shops  |  Sep 22 2009

For martial art fans or wannabe warriors, this is where you’ll find all the swords, knives, gi, ...

Toriiwaro

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

Every day, 30 chicken carcasses are simmered for eight hours to make the broth for the next ...

Tokiwazushi

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

This family-run establishment usually features on the best sushi lists, but it offers great ...

Tawaraya

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

You only get two noodles in a bowl of Tawaraya udon. Luckily, they’re probably the world’s ...

Seigen-in

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Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

The scenic garden of a World Heritage site is a wonderful backdrop to this eaterie. Guests sit ...

Raku Raku

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

As Japan’s most traditional city, Kyoto suffers a reputation for being haughty and aloof. ...

Oimatsu

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

In Kamishichiken, a maiko district that flies below most radars, you’ll find this former ...

Kintame

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

Pickles play a supporting role in most Japanese meals, but at Kintame they are the headline ...

Daiichi

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

Turtle hotpot isn’t everyone’s idea of a dream dinner, especially at these prices, but this ...

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