The two-year Sakawa Sakawa outside the Qingshui Temple is a ramp with Kyoto's unique style. These two ramps are listed in Japan's "Protected Areas of Important Traditional Building Groups". The Japanese buildings on both sides of Ishikawa are full of ancient charm. There are many local shops with strong harmony that can be visited. From time to time, women dressed in traditional clothes can be seen walking by. Sankasaka is also known as Ankasaka because there are often mothers to pray for a smooth birth in Qingshui Temple.
Two years and three years are my favorite ancient streets, but the beauty is that there are a lot of people. Down from Qingshui Temple, there is an intersection on the right which is Sanzan. Walking down the steps, there is a small sign, and then there is the essence part of Sanzan. The three umbrellas, like road signs, guide tourists. Starbucks on Sakawa in two years is the first Tatami Starbucks in the world. Go and feel it.
The street outside Qingshui Temple is two years old and three years old. This is a downhill and downhill road with Kyoto characteristics. It combines "clothes" (men's and women's kimonos rented), "food" (food stalls, small shops), "living" (small hotels), "travel" (three-wheeled passengers) in one, so that tourists can save energy here "get what they need". The slate road, the uphill and downhill sections feel a little difficult to walk, and there are many "traps", especially in rainy days, with old people, children's friends, we have to pay special attention.
Late in the night when it snows, there are few people. The silence and seclusion of the stone streets and alleys have the mystery of the ancient capital. On the second day, the bustling tourists are in another general situation. To appreciate the charm of Kyoto well or to stay for a few days to savor it slowly.
Two years and three years, Ban means slope and path. This place is full of years of harmony style architecture, teahouses, desserts, accompanying rituals, Kyoto is the home of tea, here if you don't keep your mouth perfumed for a time, you're afraid to regret in the future. Tourists on the main road like knitting, like quiet, they flee into the path, and the stone path hides in it. Architectural styles are similar, but I think the black tile brown wood limestone slab still needs to be quiet and slow to enjoy at a glance.
Sakawa in three years and Sakawa in two years is a small stone ramp leading to the Qingshui Temple, which is a historically protected block like Sakawa. There are old wooden houses on both sides of the road. Cake houses, souvenir shops, Kyoto specialty antique chinaware shops, tea houses and cafes are also set up. They enjoy the evening Maple season and have very good business.
Kyoto Sakawa is a street full of old Japanese style. The streets here are narrow, and the streets are lined with old Japanese wooden buildings, which are very nostalgic. Tourists here like to wear kimonos, stroll in the alleys, or ride around the streets in an old-fashioned rickshaw, which seems to be a bit of an illusion of crossing the times.
To travel to Japan, Kyoto is a place to be missed. Here, you can see many people wearing kimonos, there are leisurely walking in the street, there are also photographs, here, kimonos have become a beautiful scenery. Here, I happened to meet a geisha, so I quickly took a silhouette (the second picture), white face, exquisite makeup, quickly attracted the attention of tourists on the road. There are various shops on both sides of the street. If you have enough time, you can't walk for two or three hours. It's a good place.