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    Hideyoshi moved many of Kyoto's temples to this long narrow road during his reorganization of the city in 1591 following its near-total destruction by clan warfare.
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    Leading north from Shiji-dori this is an important market area worth exploring: Teramachi which means "temple district" in Japanese.
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    Although many small temples and shrines remain, visitors will enjoy exploring the covered shopping arcade between Shijo and Sanjo streets, famous for its second-hand bookstores, traditional hand-made paper (washi) shops, trendy but sometimes creative clothing stores, and numerous pickle shops.
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    North of Oike, Teramachi becomes home to some of Kyoto's most respected antique and washi shops, some of which have been in business for hundreds of years.

    The adjoining streets comprise one of Japan's finest centers for traditional Japanese style tables, screens, lamps, scrolls, and other refined furnishings.
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      • Nishiki Market
        0.10 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
        Nishiki Market (錦市場, Nishiki Ichiba) (literally "brocade market") is a marketplace in downtown Kyoto, located on a road one block north and parallel to Shijō Street (四条通, Shijō-dōri) and west of Teramachi Street (寺町通, Teramachi-dōri). Rich with history and tradition, the market is renowned as the place to obtain many of Kyoto's famous foods and goods.
      • Ponto-chō
        0.56 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
        Ponto-chō (先斗町) is a Hanamachi district in Kyoto, Japan, known for geisha and home to many geisha houses and traditional tea houses. Like Gion, Pontochō is famous for the preservation of forms of traditional architecture and entertainment.
      • Seimei Shrine
        2.98 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
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        14.86 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
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      • Iwashimizu Hachimangū
        15.14 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
        Iwashimizu Hachimangū (石清水八幡宮) is a Shinto shrine in the city of Yawata in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.
      • Hirakata Park
        25.00 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
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      • Expoland
        30.59 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
        Expoland, located in Suita, Osaka, Japan, was opened as the amusement zone at the International Exposition in 1970 (Expo '70) and thrived for over 30 years as an amusement park. There were more than 40 rides and attractions, 19 restaurants and shops. On May 5, 2007, a 19-year-old university student from Higashiomi, Shiga was killed and nineteen other guests were injured when the Fujin Raijin II derailed at Expoland. Initial reports said that forty people were injured, with thirty-one being taken...
      • Himuro Shrine
        36.16 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
        Himuro Shrine (氷室神社, Himuro Jinja) is a Shinto shrine in Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan. It was established in 710. Kami enshrined here include Emperor Nintoku and Nukata no Onakatsuhiko no Mikoto (額田大仲彦命). The shrine's main festival is held annually on October 1.
      • Minakuchi Castle
        36.43 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
        Minakuchi Castle (水口城, Minakuchi-jō), also known as Hekisui Castle, is a hirashiro (castle on a plain) located in Kōka, Shiga Prefecture, Japan.
      • Nara Hotel
        36.57 Km from Teramachi street shopping district
        Nara Hotel (奈良ホテル) is a five star hotel in Nara, Japan. The hotel is located on the hillside overlooking Nara Park. Opened on October 17, 1909, it is one of the most historic hotels in Japan. It is partially owned by the West Japan Railway Company. In 2009 the first centennial anniversay of the hotel was celebrated.

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      • Teramachi street shopping district
        Hideyoshi moved many of Kyoto's temples to this long narrow road during his reorganization of the city in 1591 following its near-total destruction by clan warfare.
        Teramachi street shopping district Japan, 〒604-0000 Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Nakagyō-ku, Higashidaimonjichō, 中京区東大文字町
      • Nishiki Market

        Nishiki Market is ideal if you looking to for a change of pace and frame of mind. 

        This surprising calm and sedate market located along the street is housed under a single roofed arcade.

        Nishiki Market Japan, 〒604-8054 Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Nakagyō-ku, Higashiuoyachō, 富小路通四条上る西大文字町609番地
      • Shisendo
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        Shisendo Japan, 〒600-8511 Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Shimogyō-ku, Tachiuri Nishimachi, 下京区四条通高倉西入立売西町79番地 大丸京都店 4F
      • Minami-za
        The 17th-century Minamiza Theater is Japan's oldest. It stages the famous Kaomise kabuki show in December.
        Minami-za Japan, 〒605-0075 京都府京都東山区Nakanochō (Shijōdōri), 四条通大和大路西入中之町198
      • Muromachi Wakuden
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        Muromachi Wakuden 679 Marukizaimokuchō, Nakagyō-ku, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu 604-8106, Japan
      • Gion Corner
        Foreign visitors can enjoy the Gion Corner, held at Yasaka Hall to provide a selection of bite-sized samples of Japanese culture from March through November.

        In a comfortable little theater, you can watch a one-hour demonstration of tea ceremony, traditional music and dance, flower arranging, puppet theater, and a kyogen farce. (Tickets for Gion Corner are available from their website for groups 20+)
        Gion Corner Japan, 〒605-0805 京都府京都市東山区祇園街570−2
      • Kyoto

        So well know is the name Kyoto that it conjures up images of the exotic foreign for millions around the world.

        True: as here you will discover temples, shrines and pagodas: many magnificent and exquisite Zen gardens; enjoy sumptuous traditional feasts; and, of course, that most alluring and misunderstood of earthly creatures: the kimono-clad geisha.

        Kyoto is the national center for such traditional disciplines as cha-do (tea ceremony) and ikebana (flower arranging), the birthplace of kabuki, and the leading center of calligraphy, painting, and sculpture.

        The city has a unique place in the Japanese national identity, and one-third of Japan's entire population is estimated to visit the city each year. Despite this, in many ways Kyoto is a surprisingly typical modern Japanese city with the usual nondescript concrete buildings along with the remarkable pockets of culture and beauty.

        For a thousand years, Kyoto served as the cultural and spiritual capital of Japanese civilization, the home of its revered emperors after the Nara period from the end of the 8th century up to the Meiji Restoration in the late-19th century. The imperial rulers moved the capital to Kyoto originally to escape from the growing domination of the Buddhist authorities of Nara. In the new capital the building of Buddhist temples was actually briefly banned—ironic in a city now universally renowned for its temples.

        Kyoto simply means "Capital City," though it was originally known as Heian-kyo ("Capital of Peace"), the name given to the golden Heian era between the tenth and 12th centuries. During this time Kyoto thrived as Japan's cultural and creative heartland. But the city's fortunes turned during the Warring States period (1467-1568), which was finally ended by the unifying warlords Nobunaga and Hideyoshi in the mid-6th century.

        In many ways the city has never recovered from Hideyoshi's subsequent decision to move the national capital from Kyoto to Edo (now Tokyo) in the early 1600s—a blow compounded by the young Emperor Meiji shifting the imperial household to Tokyo in 1868. But Kyoto has nevertheless remained the repository of the nation's noblest cultural pursuits and architectural legacy.

        Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
      • Gionmachi Kitagawa

        Higashiyama's Gion district is Kyoto's main historical center of traditional theater, arts, and (now) antiques. It is also known as the last training center for geishas. 

        This is the place to wander and soak up the sights and sounds of Kyoto's lone quarter still dedicated to traditional arts and entertainment. Your curiosity and patience will inevitably reward you with a glimpse of a genuine geisha or maiko (apprentice geisha), the copious layers of her opulent—and unimaginably heavy—silk kimono rustling as she hurries to an appointment or a training session.

        Gionmachi Kitagawa, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 605-0073, Japan
      • Higashiyama Ward
        On the Kyoto's east side, Hlgashlyama has temples, theaters, museums, and parks—a fine introduction to exploring the imperial city on foot.
        Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
      • Maruyama Park

        Maruyama Park is located in the north-eastern part of Gion, and is a popular recreation area. It is nearby 2 visit-worthy temples; the Chion-in and the Heian Shrine.

        In the vicinity are two museums that reflect Kyoto's extensive history as a magnet for Japan's finest craftsmen; the Museum of Traditional Industry and then National Museum of Modern Art.

        Maruyama Park Maruyamacho, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 605-0071, Japan

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      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan -0.2 177.8 31.6 70
      Feb 0.1 170.7 32.2 67.2
      Mar 3.1 165.3 37.6 65.1
      Apr 9 160.4 48.2 63.1
      May 13.8 145.1 56.8 57.1
      Jun 18.1 217 64.6 85.4
      Jul 23 183.8 73.4 72.4
      Aug 23.7 170.1 74.7 67
      Sep 19.9 248 67.8 97.6
      Oct 13.6 179.6 56.5 70.7
      Nov 7.9 137 46.2 53.9
      Dec 2.9 156.9 37.2 61.8

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        • Teramachi street or Temple street is lined with retail outlets on both sides. A haven for shopping in Kyoto but is tailored to the tourist market. The street is dotted with some eateries in case you get hungry. Close to Nishiki market. Be prepared to spend at least 3 hours exploring the various shops. Expect crowds during peak holiday season.
        • Great place to wander! So many souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes, and even a few used clothing shops. You can also find some unique shops here and a temple/ shrine or two! (^ ^)
        • You can't miss this as it connects to Nishiki market. Plenty of dining establishments. There are also shops that sells clothes, bags, toiletries.
        • Great area if you are looking to find kimono and other rare items in Kyoto.
        • Lot of shops and great place. If you are searching for used kimonos this is the place too.

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