From the parking lot to the Chingshui Temple, the first day to the Chingshui Temple and the Jinge Temple, and the second day to the Chingshui Ban, a wide range of Arts and crafts, souvenirs, specialty stores, as well as all kinds of snack shops, high-end daily food restaurants, walk around here, can spend a whole day, whether tourists from various countries, or other places in Japan before the famous. There are many tourists, bustling crowds, not lively. Many people will choose to rent a kimono to experience, there is a shop called Okamoto is very popular, if the advance booking is 3000 yen, because do not know the reservation system, temporary, need 5000 yen, if the hairstyle also needs to be treated, plus 500 yen. From clothes selection, accessories, to dress neatly, more than an hour. You'd better go to the bathroom before you wear it, or you'll be embarrassed later. After dressing, walk a little step, a shop around to see, so relaxed and comfortable. Many shops sell snacks in early June. There are snacks like zongzi and iced Perilla juice, which is the decorated perilla leaves when eating raw fish fillets, and the juice pressed by them. Perilla has a very special flavor. When I eat raw fish fillets, I often wrap tuna with Perilla and dip it in soy sauce and mustard. It tastes good. And meat rolls. They're delicious. Some stores sell DIY specialties with Kyoto flavor, a large piece of cloth, two circular lifting rings, they can make a small package, the price is not cheap. Nearby, there are also stores that experience Geisha dress. Several Experiencers also took photos along the way.
Qingshuibang is a shopping street about 1 kilometer long leading to Qingshui Temple. There are many shops on both sides. Among them, there are many hundred-year-old shops, eight bridges in the west end and fruits, boiled water, and various snacks and drinks. If you walk slowly, you will have a lot of harvest.
To visit Qingshui Temple in Kyoto, it is necessary to go through Qingshui Ban from the tourist bus to Qingshui Temple. Qingshui Ban is a stone street in front of Qingshui Temple. It connects Dongdalutong Street to Qingshui Temple. Vehicles are not allowed to pass through this street. There are many shops selling Qingshui baked porcelain and Jingshui snacks on both sides of the road. There are also delicious Kyoto snacks, famous ice cream and big meat bags and various delicious snacks. Clear water Sakawa has undoubtedly become the preferred place to buy souvenirs and Kyoto snacks.
To get to Qingshui Temple, you have to walk up a hillside, which is Qingshuibang. Ban is the meaning of slate. Qingshui Ban is the street paved with slate in front of Qingshui Temple. Both sides of the street were ancient buildings for thousands of years. Later, with the vigorous incense of Qingshui Temple and the increasing number of visitors worshiping and visiting, it was gradually replaced by various shops. Now it has developed into an absolute commercial street. Because of its ancient history, it has become a nostalgic street. On both sides of the street are various Kyoto specialty and handicraft stores. Clear water baked ceramics, Baqiao cake, Jingguo fruit, Jingcha fruit, Jingfan and so on can be found here. It can be said that there are all kinds of them. Many snack shops also offer try-outs.
To visit Qingshui Temple, besides the temple itself, there is also a pleasure in walking down the mountain path. The three-year-sakawa and two-year-sakawa as well as the nearby Qingshui-sakawa are historically protected blocks. Along the road, there are various restaurants, local specialty stores, bustling, selling everything from local water-fired ceramics, Japanese snacks to complete sets of souvenirs. You can walk slowly down from Qingshui Temple.
A short street is full of dazzling shops, tea-smearing food, cake shops, crafts, folding fans and so on. Some of them eat, the Japanese shop staff in the shop are very polite, speak very mildly, do not buy the same smiling service. Our team and two people arrived at about 11:00 local time, and did not feel crowded at first. After about 12:30, the number of visitors suddenly increased, and there are many. Student groups (in other words, the uniforms of Japanese students are really pretty. Envy a note.,,) in short, if no small shop is around, it can also kill a long time.
Bustling crowds, dazzling commodities, all kinds of shops, traditional Japanese architecture, can feel the place where Japan usually lives. I like the place where people live. Tourism should be like this. The place where people can feel the local characteristic culture should be more popular.
Once again, I came to Kyoto. This is a deep tour. It took me several days to get a better understanding of this ancient city than the last one. In the early winter of Kyoto, there was a drizzling rain, red leaves all over the mountains, with a little sadness. Geisha still make-up, add a touch of brightness to the quiet picture. Coming here is to feel the slow life different from Tokyo.