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Nenenokomichi

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Address: 530 Shimokawaramachi Kodaiji Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0017, Kyoto Prefecture
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Nice stroll on pebble stone pathway

We have strolled along the pathways, some with pebble stones up to Kodaiji by late November and saw quite a number of ladies walking there gracefully with geisha outfits. There... read more

Reviewed December 9, 2016
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Hong Kong, China
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Reviewed December 27, 2016 via mobile

This street is a sight for the sore eyes after the hectic kyomizu dear temple area. Accessed either via steep flight of steps down from Kodai-ji temple or via a connecting road from ninenzaka, be ready for delightful surprises. As you walk towards Maroyama park, you will come across a small Shinto shrine on your right, tucked away in a... More 

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Hong Kong, China
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Reviewed December 9, 2016

We have strolled along the pathways, some with pebble stones up to Kodaiji by late November and saw quite a number of ladies walking there gracefully with geisha outfits. There were many shops selling traditional Japanese clothin around and visitors could be rather relaxed in seeing the local cultures there. Recommended to visitors.

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Reviewed February 13, 2016

This is a wide flagstone pedestrian road with small, upscale shops and galleries. It is named after Hideyoshi"s wife (Nene). Long stone staircases lead you up to the temple of Kodai Ji. It is very clean and the views of Kyoto are stunning! People are very elegant and kind. You can buy spectacular Japanese crafts. It is lovely from 400... More 

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San Mateo, California
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Reviewed September 18, 2015 via mobile

Lovely walk if done early in the morning. Still lovely to see girls in maiko/geisha outfit or kimono walking around this area. Can be quite slippery when wet. Be careful. There are little shops on the way. I was surprised to find a foreign exchange store in this area. Also romantic at dusk.

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Reviewed July 1, 2015

It is truly a joy to walk these streets. You can really feel that Japanese culture, you will find Geishas going and coming from all over the place. Shops with all kind of Japanese things. A very pleasant place.

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