Outdoor view of a small Kyoto storefront.

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We’re a stone’s throw from the city’s cultural treasures, museums, shopping and steps from Kamesuehiro — a historic 200-year old confectionary.

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Shinpuhkan

604-8172 586-2 Sagarubanocho, Aneyakoji, Karasumadori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto City

A top shopping destination, right here where we live — with a strong lineup of notable stores, including the first Stumptown in Japan, BEAMS and bonjour records.

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“Rokukakudo” Shiunzan Chohoji Temple

Rokkaku-dori Higashinotoin Nishiiri Donomae-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto Rokkakudo, also known as the birthplace of ikebana. It is said that when Prince Shotoku visited this area in 587 in search of materials for the construction of Shitennoji Temple, he built a temple in this area and enshrined the Kannon statue of the guardian Buddha. The temple name is Chohoji, but since the main hall is a hexagonal treasure-shaped structure (hogyo-zukuri), it is generally called “Rokkaku-do” and is familiar to the locals. Hours: 6:00–17: 00

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Kyoto International Manga Museum

Oike-dori, Karasuma-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto (former Tatsuike Elementary School) Opened in 2006 as a joint project between Kyoto Seika University (home to the only manga department in Japan) and Kyoto City, The Kyoto International Manga Museum is sacred ground for manga lovers. A museum and library where visitors can freely peruse tens of thousands of manga from around the world. Opening hours: 10: 00-18: 00 (Last entry time: 17:30)

Contact: 075-254-7414 (main) / FAX: 075-254-7424– This link will open your default phone application

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