Not only locals, but travelers from all over the world come to find some local treasure and also enjoy the great variety of food offered by the numerous food stalls. Items such as Noh masks, pottery, kimonos and ukiyoe paintings are just a few of the goods on sale. The lively ambiance of “Tenjin-san” is great to enjoy with the family or group of friends.
The market extends itself all the way from the main entrance of Kitanotenmangu Shrine to the end of Kamishichiken street (the oldest geisha district in Kyoto) offering more shops and restaurants to keep enjoying the richness of this city.
Sakura House Kyoto Imadegawa is just a few minutes walk away from this market and many more interests that bring you closer to experiencing the best of what Kyoto offers.
If you plan on coming to Kyoto with family or friends and wish for all of you to stay together, don’t hesitate on contacting us, we shall be happy to offer you your own private house experience in one of Japan’s most historical cities.