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Zac Baran

Clubs  |  Sep 22 2009

One night it’s a rock bar, the next it’s a jazz club, or perhaps a house of blues. Zac Baran ...

The Westin Miyako Kyoto

Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

The setting can’t be faulted: the 501-room Westin sits against a verdant mountain and boasts ...

Kanze Nohgakudo

Art & Leisure  |  Sep 22 2009

Kanze is Japan’s largest and Kyoto’s most prolific Noh school, and claims a direct line back to ...

Metro

Recommended
Clubs  |  Sep 22 2009

When it opened in 1990, Metro was the only choice for serious clubbers in Kyoto or Osaka. These ...

Kyoto Handicraft Center

Shops  |  Sep 22 2009

You will find better, more authentic handicrafts elsewhere, but nothing like the variety. This ...

Sumibi Torito

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

It’s yakitori, but not as you know it. Forget about eating smoky shops with grizzled men ...

Omen

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

With great udon, low prices, a cheerful atmosphere and one of the city’s biggest attractions, ...

Nakahigashi

Recommended
Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

The most sought-after seats in Kyoto are found at the eponymous kaiseki restaurant of Hisao ...

Hyotei

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

For some, Hyotei is the best restaurant in Kyoto. For others, it’s overhyped, overpriced and ...

Weissraum Gallery

Museums & Sights  |  Sep 22 2009

The name ‘white room’ suggests an archetypical modern art gallery: an open, symmetrical cube. ...

Three Sisters Inn

Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

Some ryokan refuse foreign guests, others welcome them. This one insists on them: since the ...

Yamamoto Menzo

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

Menzo is famous for three things: enormous lunchtime queues, divine noodles and a handsome ...

Tranq Room

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

Sleepy Northern Higashiyama is the last place you’d expect to find a trendy cafe hosting ...

Kansou

Recommended
Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

Fancy some tinned bear? Take a look at the snack menu, made of a collection of cans on Kansou’s ...

Kano Shojuan

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

The Philosopher’s Path is lined with countless cafes, but this is the pick of the bunch. A ...

Hakusason-so

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

If you’ve visited Kyoto’s major temples and palaces, you’ll have seen the art of Kansetsu ...

Etw

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

The unusual cafe hours reflect this spot’s role as an unofficial chill-out space for nightclub ...

Philosopher’s Path

Museums & Sights  |  Sep 22 2009

It’s easy to see why philosopher Kitaro Nishida chose this route for his meditative strolls. ...

Nomura Art Museum

Museums & Sights  |  Sep 22 2009

Like all good magnates, the founder of the Nomura financial conglomerate had a passion for art. ...

National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

Recommended
Museums & Sights  |  Sep 22 2009

A big, grey box designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Fumihiko Maki is the unbecoming home of ...

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