This street will take you up to the temple you were looking for. Lots of shops and no one bothers you if you buy or not. If it's raining, it's no less crowded, just watch out for the umbrellas!
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A place for buying traditional souvenir, such as Japanese style woodcraft, Japanese snacks. However you can buy most of those souvenir at elsewhere with a cheaper price, so you better just walk though it, and go to Kiyomizu-dera Temple directly. Unless there is some place...More
right out of the Kiyomizu, there lie a beautiful and old streets full of shops with beautiful design. literally I took photo of each shop, because each of them are beautiful. it was a hot August summer day and it was close to 4pm and...More
Very and I really mean very crowded little shopping street. Nevertheless great entrance to the temple complex itself. If you like a less crowded approach take one entrance road to the south which goes via a cementary.
A "traditional" village crowded with tourists, selling local items/ souvenirs. Very authentic, very Japanese. It always amazes us how beautiful Japanese products are- the attention to details & quality are totally unbelievable. A nice experience that should not missed when in Kyoto.
just a lane of souvenirs shops down-hill of Kiyomizu shrine; very fresh hand-made moachi , creamy green tea ice cream
A very popular walk, at times it was difficult to move along. It is the main walking route up to the high Kiyomizu-dera temple & it is has other shrines, many shops & eateries along the way. A ice walk unless you are with a...More
The Zaka street is the road to the Kiyomizu Temple and many traditional Japanese clothing shops there, for travelers who want to experience the Japanese clothing, and most travelers will wear the traditional clothing walking on the street to the temple. So when I was...More
A long street from main road to famous temple... over crowded... lot of shops and restaurants and gives you good feeling of Japanese culture.... good experience .. worth a visit.
Kiyomizu-Zaka Street takes you to Kiyomizu-Dera Temple however it is not just a simple path that you pass to reach your destination. It is also a classical Japanese shopping street from old times. Handcrafts, traditioal sweets, clothing, drinks, souvenirs and geishas walking on the street....More