Kyoto Shopping

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    Handkerchiefs and wash clothes are fun...
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    souvenirs shops in Kyomizuzaka street

    by Gili_S Written Feb 9, 2010

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    One of the main area's for souvenirs shopping is in Kyomizuzaka street on the way to/from the temples there. That is the most touristic place and maybe also most expensive.

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    Shinpukan: Modern mixes with tradition

    by baldmike Written Dec 19, 2005

    Nice new shopping center that offers a variety of stores and restaurants. Not overly large and easy to get to. Put on shows several times a week.

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    To-ji Temple: Antiques

    by vic&michael Written May 21, 2005

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    You can find antiques and new stuff at To-ji Markets. I even saw an old still-working grammaphone next to antique buddhist statues (which were worth thousands of dollars!).

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    To-ji Temple: Japanese Pottery

    by vic&michael Written May 21, 2005

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    Japanese Pottery

    What to buy: In Kyoto, there is a lot of pottery with beautiful or simple patterns. A Japanese teapot and tea cups makes a lovely gift or souviner to bring home.

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    • Family Travel

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    somewhere near Inari station: Buy a broomstick

    by tompt Updated Aug 7, 2003

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    What to buy: If you like somethings less sophisticated, buy a broomstick.....

    This shop was near Inari station, just walk to the south on the road along the station.

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    Everything you need !: Teramachi Dori and Shin-Kyogoku Dori

    by ChuckG Updated Jul 17, 2003

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    Colorful stores

    Those 2 covered streets have a lot of everything. Souvenirs, funky clothes, etc. There are lots of arcades where you can play. Also, there are all sorts of restaurants to please every tastes.

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    In front of Fushimi Inari Shrine: Buy Shintoism miniture red arches

    by AyurinHiro Written Jun 5, 2003

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    In Fushimi Inari Shrine, you will see thousands of Shintoism big red arches.
    And in front of the shrine, there are some souvenir shop,where you can buy minitures.

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    • Historical Travel
    • Architecture

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    more of the same...

    by husain Written Nov 5, 2002

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    the `india' shop...

    What to buy: little steel tiffin boxes, the kind i used to carry to school- available in the middle of japan 25 years later!

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