About Gion Hanamikoji street
Hanamikoji street is one of the streets leading to the North and south of Kyoto city. The south side of the Shijo street is lined with a venerable Ochaya-san and restaurant. Today, the stone pavement and the underground erectric wire are advanced, and it has became a town with feelings, and a lot of school excursion students and foreign tourists visit it.
I think that it is worth just looking around the town though the shop in Gion neighborhood has a little threshold as said that first time customers are not allowed. If you want to come to take photos, you’d better come in the morning hours when people are less, or in the evening hours to show bustling downtown area.
There is a woman in kimono there and add flowers to the cityscape.
Gion Hanamikoji street gallery
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Photographer: Taisuke Yamada
South side of Gion-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
Recommended places to visit in conjunction with
Gion Ishibekoji alley
Ishibekoji Alley, it is where you went a little south of the Gionyasaka shrine. The entrance is so small that it is not noticeable. It is in a place that is really hard to find.
Yasaka Shrine is a shrine in Gion-machi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, and is said to have been erected in 656, and is also known as the Yamabokojunko endpoint of Gion festival.
If you go to the back of Gion Yasaka Shrine, there is Maruyama park. The Maruyama park is adjacent to the Yasaka Shrine, Kodai Temple and Chion Temple, and it would be fun to look around together.