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Art Yoshikiri

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Shops  |  Sep 22 2009

The store looks brand new, but it has been in business for two decades, selling antique ...

Shougetsu-an

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Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 22 2009

This friendly restaurant on Pontocho provides glorious views of the Kamo river and serves ...

K’s Guest House

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Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

From wireless internet to shoe-dryers to two fully equipped kitchens, this backpacker hostel ...

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 ...

Ryoan-ji

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Museums & Sights  |  Sep 22 2009

The Ryoan-ji complex occupies 50 ha at the foot of the Kitayama mountains, but it’s famous for ...

Urban Guild

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Clubs  |  Sep 22 2009

This avant-garde venue puts on entertainment ranging from local noise bands to an abstract mime ...

Stavecation

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Shops  |  Sep 22 2009

It began life as a skater-influenced streetwear boutique, but this store has soared upmarket ...

Lab Tribe

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Clubs  |  Sep 22 2009

For people who take their clubbing seriously, here’s a big, black dancefloor with little to ...

Kanamean Nishitomiya

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Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

This beautiful two-storey house has been welcoming guests since 1873. The hospitality is ...

Ishihara

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Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

Even though Ishihara was famously the favourite inn of cinema legend Akira Kurosawa, there are ...

Hiiragiya

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Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

Much has been written about Hiiragiya since it opened in 1861, usually rich with superlatives. ...

Hotel Mume

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Hotels  |  Sep 22 2009

The thin tower of ferroconcrete doesn’t promise much, but ring the doorbell and the bright red ...

Triangle

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Clubs  |  Sep 22 2009

Run by the same folks as Kyoto’s Lab Tribe, Triangle is a cosy three-storey club with a rooftop ...

Onziemme

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Clubs  |  Sep 22 2009

There was a time when Osakans travelled to Kyoto for clubbing. Now, it’s the other way around, ...

Taku Taku

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Clubs  |  Sep 22 2009

Once a sake brewhouse, now one of the city’s most popular live venues, Taku Taku has hosted ...

Fushimi Inari Taisha

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Museums & Sights  |  Sep 22 2009

You may have seen the photographs of Fushimi Inari, but you won’t be prepared for the scale of ...

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 ...

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, ...

Metro

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Clubs  |  Sep 22 2009

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

Nanzen-ji

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Museums & Sights  |  Sep 22 2009

Japan loves to rank its attractions, and since the 14th century Nanzen-ji has been rated the ...

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