Ishibe Alley, Kyoto
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Step back to early 20th-century Japan at Ishibe Alley, a historic cobblestone street that has maintained a traditional atmosphere from the Taisho period (1912-1926). Original wooden houses line the street, where many operate as teahouses, restaurants, and salons. As you walk you can hear the muffled interaction of people through the shoji screens. Due to its old-fashioned aesthetic, it has become a popular destination for filming in movies. At night, numerous lanterns elegantly illuminate the street. Hotels operate in the area for people who wish to stay longer. Our Kyoto itinerary planner makes visiting Ishibe Alley and other Kyoto attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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京都らしい町並みを楽しめます。何度も京都を訪問していますが、この道を通ったのは今回が初めてで感動しました。これぞ京都といった風景です。 着物を着ている方が多く、この通りにしっくりきます。人力車もたくさん走っていました。Guests can enjoy Kyoto City. Passed this way to Kyoto to visit many times, but this is first time I was impressed. This is the landscape, such as Kyoto. How to wear a kimono, come together on this street. Also a lot of rickshaw was running.show original
東山の高台寺の近くにある小路で、路面は石畳に整備されていました。赤いレンガ造りの壁があったりと、純和風とはまた違う、大正期などのモダンな雰囲気を感じることができるところでした。In the alley near the Kodaiji Higashiyama, was equipped with stone-paved surface. Red brick walls, and style and also was and can be different from the modern atmosphere of the Taisho period.show original
Southern Higashiyama has a number of lovely traditional streets but this was by far my favourite. Not only are the buildings and path itself very beautiful but it is much quieter than those lined with... read more »
Calm and quiet but not much there
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