Teramachi Street, Kyoto
Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Teramachi Street is a historical street in Kyoto, Japan, running north-south. The area extending from Shijō Street to somewhat above Sanjō Street is an arcade containing an assortment of shops and services, both traditional and modern. The street's name literally means "Temple Town", similar to English "Templeton", and reflects the large number of temples moved there during Toyotomi Hideyoshi's remodeling of Kyoto in the 16th century.Arrange your visit to Teramachi Street and discover more family-friendly attractions in Kyoto using our Kyoto trip itinerary maker.
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南北に長い商店街とお寺がある通りです。名前の通りお寺もたくさんあります。後パソコン系の店もあります。飲食店も魅力的です。It is a North-South long Street and Temple Street. As the name suggests there are many temples. After the PC of restaurants. Eating and drinking places are attractive.show original
While I am not really a shopper, I admit I like stores. I enjoy looking in their windows and seeing their wares carefully laid out to catch the eye and interest of the passer by. And so when I acciden... read more »
Nice street merging the ancient and the new, shrines, stores, restaurants all together. We enjoyed our end afternoon there.
Hui AnnKawahara-Cho station side than have been hungry since the weekend goes from here.show original
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