The temple and the shrine look pretty cool. The Nakamise street is filled with vendors with street food and expensive souvenirs often crowded with tourists. This was my third time going there because it was part of the bus tour. However, I probably won't go there again. Vendors pretty much sell the same thing.
They sell geisha, shogun, samurai dolls, silk kimonos, etc. they also allow you to take pictures,
Every time a vendor makes a sale, they clap as these dolls are quite expensive. Most tourists just want to take pictures and not buy.
If you're planning on buying food or souvenirs, don't buy them at the first shop you see at the entrance. They get cheaper as they get further into the street.
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