Nishiki Market & Teramachi Street Shopping
In this tour, you visit the largest market in Kyoto. You will see more than hundred of local stands and shops there.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
Approximately 130 shops like fish, vegetable, pickles, tea, cooking utensils etc. are lined within 390 M east-west arcade on Nishiki Market. At the end of street, Tenmangu Shrine is located for grace of academics and business. At Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Street with traditional shops & modern shops, you can enjoy shopping and dining.
Your hotel→Nishiki Market→Nishiki Tenmangu→Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Street→Teramachi Street
If you need a break from temple hopping, Nishiki Market is a great place to visit. Located in the center of the town, Nishikikoji-dori, 400 meters long, is a street lined with around 130 shops selling Kyoto's specialties, such as Kyoto vegetables, dried and pickled foods, fish, and more. That's why it is called "the kitchen of Kyoto". The variety of foods on display is staggering and the frequent cries of Irashaimase (Welcome!) are heart-warming.
◆Yuba（soya ｍilk) Senmaruya
Yuba (soya milk) Senmaruya is a soya milk shop with a history of 210 years.
A soya milk is not only used for home cooking in Kyoto, but also used for Shojin ryori (vegetarian dish) or Kaiseki ryori (traditional Japanese meal brought in courses) It is possible to watch video of work process and listen to explanation.
◆Nishiki Tenmangu Shrine
Nishiki Tenmangu Shrine is located near the end of Nishiki Market which intersects Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Street. It is good to rest for a while because there is springwater in a small precinct. Sugawarano Michizane is enshrined for grace of academics and business.
◆Teramachi Kyogoku Street
The traditional Japanese culture remains on this street such as a woodblock painting shop “Daishodo”. On the east side of Teramachi Street, a new road was built after they arranged precincts of temples. Souvenirs shops, restaurants and fashion shops are mixed on this street.
The street is an arcade containing an assortment of shops and services, both traditional such as Kyukyodo, an incense burner shop, old books shops etc. and modern shops. The street’s name literally means “Temple Town”. It reflects the large number of temples moved there during Toyotomi Hideyoshi’s remodeling of Kyoto in the 16th C.
Total Price = Basic Fee + Fee per Person * Number of Participants + Tax
Yuba（ｓoya ｍilk) Senmaruya
Nishiki Tenmangu Shrine
Teramachi Kyogoku Street
Guiding fee, Public transportation fee (For taxis or hired cars, additional fee will be charged.), Admission fee
Cost of meal and sightseeing activities
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