Sannenzaka Ninenzaka, Kyoto
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Take in the charming “Old Japan” atmosphere of Sannenzaka Ninenzaka, a quaint neighborhood centered around two streets that gradually descend from Kiyomizu temple. Explore the pedestrian-only, stone paved streets, lined with traditional wooden shophouses and tea rooms. Browse the array of stores selling handicrafts, souvenirs, and trinkets, or sample a wide range of delicious local snacks and street food. Take a break in a cafe or restaurant, enjoy a refreshing drink, and people-watch. To visit Sannenzaka Ninenzaka and other attractions in Kyoto, use our Kyoto vacation builder.
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多くの観光客でいっぱいでした。お店も卓さんりました。10月の連休ということもあり、人込みをぬって歩くような状態でした。It was filled with lots of tourists. Taku sanri shops were. October long weekend there, like walking through the crowd was.show original
Xiang sheng Teh
Very scenic place. Must walk past after Kiyomizu-dera trip.
It was quite good, but really crowded. The houses were lovely and the atmosphere was ok. But just too many people
A good place to visit.
Hyuncheol KimNin nenza kawasan nenza Karr just walked away. Years ago I got the same experience to walking.show original
Jio leoI liked the early morning sunrise! You can enjoy the refreshing air from the atmosphere of quiet and Mt, Otowa shops do not open yet, but.show original
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