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Kiyomizu-Zaka Street

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Kiyomizu-Zaka Street

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PRIVATE Experience Tea Ceremony wearing a Kimono in Kyoto MAIKOYA

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Experience a Japanese tea ceremony in Kyoto while wearing a kimono for an authentic taste of traditional Japan. Suitable kimono options are available for women and men, and you receive guidance on how to wear the provided kimono. Once you have donned the kimono, your tea master starts the tea ceremony. This package includes green tea and Japanese sweets, with ample time for photo ops.
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Randall K wrote a review Feb 2020
Canberra, Australia1,156 contributions364 helpful votes
This area of Kyoto blends into so many different streets, but all of them have something worthwhile to offer. Be prepared for crowds, but you can always find a quiet area or corner to have a snack to recharge for your continued walking. Each shop has something unique to sell, and the architecture and adornments of the buildings are all interesting.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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William S wrote a review Feb 2020
Kobe, Japan953 contributions135 helpful votes
We've made this walk many times over the years and enjoy the trip. The walkway is unique in itself and leads to a wonderful temple. There are many shops and restaurants some of which are just souvenirs while others have unique crafts. We've only ever had snacks along the route - rice crackers, ice cream and tea - but there are many options. If it is really crowded I'd suggest staying away. If it is just busy then it's a great walk.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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AraleMelbourne wrote a review Jan 2020
Melbourne, Australia322 contributions240 helpful votes
I love this street, together with Ninenzaka and Sanenzaka. There's so much to see and so much to taste. It is a good place to appreciate the culture of Kyoto all in the one place. It is also full of photoworthy places as they are streets which has preserved from eras ago. Everything gives you a taste of the old Japan. Will come back again next time.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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JameAndDare wrote a review Sep 2019
Woodstock, Canada3,848 contributions298 helpful votes
This street is right off of Sannenzaka street and leads to Kiyomizu-dera Temple. It is busy with many people and not very wide, however, it is very much worth the trip! You can find all types of street food and sweets along this road. There are stores selling handmade pottery and souvenirs, incense and ice cream. So much to snack on. The shops line both sides of the street and the road leads right up to the temple. When we were done at the temple we walked back down the road to a place for lunch called Nekomata Noodle Shop. The food was just amazing and very reasonably priced!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ChristianTVC wrote a review Jul 2019
Subang Jaya, Malaysia395 contributions40 helpful votes
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One must walk up this street which is the only way led to Kiyomizu Temple. You will never miss this street since there are tons of people are using the same path. Plenty of shop ranging from art and crafts, kimono rentals, delicacies, desserts, restaurants, souvenirs, mostly Kyoto based products. Easily spent 30-60mins walking into these shops on this 600-800m long street.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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