EXPERIENCE THE MIXTURE OF THE OLD AND MODERN SHOPS AROUND “TERAMACHI KYOGOKU SHOPPING ARCADE” AREA.
☆ Started back in 1590.
☆ about 600 m long.
☆ Many old and modern shops around.
☆ Enjoyable for both Japanese and foreign tourists.
☆ Very closed to Department Shops.
☆ Not affected by the weather.
💡 Good Option to visit if it rains.
💡 Shop Name: “DAISHODO”
Japanese antique arts:
Famous for selling wood block prints, books, souvenirs
💡 Shop Name: “B-SIDE LABEL”
Famous for selling stickers created by Japanese artists.
💡 Shop Name: “TAKOMASA”
Secretary popular for light meals.
🙂 Menu: TSUYU TAKO is strongly recommended.
-TSUYU means Soup (with grated radish)
-TAKO from TAKOYAKI (Fried ➡ New taste!)
💡 Special menu for Fall and Winter seasons only.
Please choose Wasabi or Ginger as your topping.
ADDITIONAL VISITS IN THIS AREA
- The famous local market for Japanese traditional food.
- Vertically next to Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Arcade.
SHINKYOGOKU SHOPPING ARCADE
- Similar like Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Arcade.
- Parallel next to Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Arcade.
- Takashimaya / Marui / Daimaru / Opa / Loft
How to get there
Located in Downtown Kyoto area.
💡 All are walking distance within 10 minutes from:
The closest station:
Tozai Line: Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae
Karasuma Line: Shijo
By Hankyu Railway
The closest station: Kawaramachi Exit 9
The closest station: Shijo Kawaramachi
Please search “Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Arcade” on Google map.
Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Arcahd website:
All pictures are taken by mie.
All are as of 2018.
From my point of view 🙂
It was rained on my visit in Kyoto, I changed my plan in Kyoto on that day. Now “Nishiki Market” is too famous to talk about, I started to look for something in “Teramachi Kyogoku Shopping Arcade.”
I visited so many times this area but every time, the one is always there and some are new to the visitors. The old and new are mixed together and well balanced, I think. So it is fun to walk around!
Not only for the local people, this area is very kind to the tourists, too. Since it is next to the too famous “Nishiki Market,” why not visiting the arcades, too.
Some small unique temples are also around. It may be interesting to get in and see what are in there.
Thank you for reading my report. 🙂