The famous blocks near Kiyomizu-dera Temple are all stone ramps. The old machiya buildings with red shell lattices and insect cage windows are preserved along the way. On both sides, there are many ancient wooden houses and Japanese-style shops. Most of them sell Kiyomizu-yaki, Kyoto-style antique porcelain, and Various souvenir shops, tea houses, coffee shops.
From Kiyomizu Temple, it is Sannenzaka Ninenzaka. This street sells all kinds of goods, and there are many exquisite small things. You can buy one or two, and there are various snacks. Sannianban Ernianban restores the ancient Chinese architecture, which makes people feel more cordial, and the modern version of the Qingming River map.
Ninenzaka Sannenzaka is my favorite old street, but the disadvantage is that there are a lot of people. From Kiyomizu Temple, there is an intersection on the right is Sannenzaka. Go down the stairs and there is a small sign to reach the best part of Nenenzaka. The three umbrellas guide tourists like road signs. The Starbucks in Ninianzaka is the world's first tatami Starbucks. Go and feel it.
[Scenery] The undulating Ishizaka Road, Japanese residential buildings, and the local traditional porcelain, Japanese confections, tea, etc. sold in various shops should be the most Kyoto place. It is well preserved and kept very traditional. The famous Starbucks is in This is also a gravel courtyard with tatami mats, which looks exactly like an old machiya. It is also because it is so distinctive that visitors are endless. [Fun] It’s the most suitable for strolling, and there are a lot of cross-dressing photography, but it’s really hard to climb hills in clogs. It doesn’t matter if you’re tired, there are gorgeous rickshaws and strong rickshaw drivers. [Value for money] The surrounding small roads are vertical and horizontal, and you can stroll for a long time.