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Shopping in Kyoto

Top shops

Electronics Store
“Huge shopping complex of Home electronics and more in the front of Kyoto station.”
  • 54 locals recommend
Department Store
“ Takashimaya department store. The founder started his business of cotton textile and second hand kimono in Kyoto,1831. His talent and his successors made a small shop that huge department store company that conquered Japanese retail business. The shopping bag of the "Takashimaya red Rose" has been a proof of wealth for people ( at least Kyoto people.) Not reasonable, but their selection is very trustworthy.”
  • 27 locals recommend
Department Store
“Daimaru is one of the biggest shopping malls in Kyoto. You can find shops selling local specialties, make-up, accessories, clothes... Distance: - By foot: 20 minutes - By subway: 11 minutes, Karasuma subway line, from Gojo Station to Shijo Station, 220JPY”
  • 21 locals recommend
Home Goods Store
“Umeda Loft offers a wide variety of merchandise, from small items to large interior goods.”
  • 22 locals recommend
Café
“You can enjoy their excellent beverages while enjoying the famous Kamo River that flows through Kyoto from this store.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Corner Shop
  • 1 local recommends
Corner Shop
  • 1 local recommends
Museum
“You can see and experience Japanese old and historical textile -Nishijin ori - fabrics here. ”
  • 25 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Shopping Centre
“The Expo’70 Commemorative Park is about 260 Hectares. In the huge park, there are a part of facilities of the Expo’70, such as the Japanese Garden and the Japan Folk Crafts Museum, Osaka. Parking lots at that time were converted into sporting facilities and recreation spots. The site of theme pavilions is forests and seasonal flower gardens now. The park is known as a cultural park embracing natural environment. You can relax in the park. The park has five areas; the Japanese Garden, the Natural and Cultural Gardens, cultural institution area, sports and recreation area, and parking area.”
  • 31 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“A nice big mall close to Kyoto station with many shops. Among them restaurants, clothes shops, food court, a book shop, a cinema, a pet store, an arcade, Daiso... Have fun! ”
  • 61 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“A new shopping zone for sophisticated adults has opened in the youthful district of Chayamachi.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Market
“Nishiki Market is a good place to buy local foods. Distance: - By foot: 24 minutes - By bus: 16 minutes, bus n.5 or 26, 230JPY”
  • 53 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“About everything is in this little mall. From clothes to books, manga and more! Theres even quite the sizable food court inside so if you ever feel the need to spend some money then don't look over this place!”
  • 12 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Only 20 mins on foot. Teramachi shopping street is one of the biggest shopping street in Kyoto. You can find anything! ”
  • 6 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“You can buy brand goods cheaply! Free shuttle bus runs from Keihan Moriguchi Station!”
  • 8 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“PORTA Shopping Mall is located on the basement floor of Kyoto station. There is a lot of shops, restaurants etc.... You will enjoy shopping! ”
  • 10 locals recommend

Markets

Market
“Nishiki Market (錦市場, Nishiki Ichiba) is a narrow, five block long shopping street lined by more than one hundred shops and restaurants. Known as "Kyoto's Kitchen", this lively retail market specializes in all things food related, like fresh seafood, produce, knives and cookware, and is a great place to find seasonal foods and Kyoto specialties, such as Japanese sweets, pickles, dried seafood and sushi. Nishiki Market has a pleasant but busy atmosphere that is inviting to those who want to explore the variety of culinary delights that Kyoto is famous for. The stores found throughout the market range in size from small narrow stalls to larger two story shops. Most specialize in a particular type of food, and almost everything sold at the market is locally produced and procured.”
  • 82 locals recommend
Market
“Nishiki Market is a good place to buy local foods. Distance: - By foot: 24 minutes - By bus: 16 minutes, bus n.5 or 26, 230JPY”
  • 53 locals recommend
Market
“If you have tattoo but you would like to go to Sento. You can go there. When I went the Sento for the first time. I asked the owner “If I came here with my friend who has tattoo. He would be able to enter here?” He said presently “Sure. It’s impossible to remove anything after drawing, right?” I said it in my head “I’m so sorry. It was my mistake that I asked you.” Anyway the temperature of the bath is so hot. Please be careful!”
  • 8 locals recommend
Market
  • 1 local recommends
Road
“Ajiki alley is over 100-year-old connected Japanese houses where young artists live while creating works. Various things are sold here, from custom-made hats and shoes to bread. The business date and time will differ depending on the store.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Supermarket
  • 5 locals recommend
Market
“食で華やぐ京の台所「錦市場」は、京都ならではの食材の宝庫、美味しいお惣菜が盛りだくさん。 お買い物の後は、お好きな食材をテイクアウトし、お宿のリビングでゆっくり楽しむのはいかがでしょうか。 広いリビングで京都のお惣菜と名酒でミニパーティ。 時間を気にせずお友達同士のおしゃべりにも花が咲きます。”
  • 1 local recommends
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