This old bath on Kuramaguchi-dōri is Kyoto's best. It boasts an outdoor bath, a sauna, a cypress-wood tub, an electric bath, a herbal...
Urasenke Chadō Research Center
Anyone interested in tea ceremony should make their first stop the Urasenke Chadō Research Center. Urasenke is Japan’s largest tea...
Nishijin Textile Center
In the heart of the Nishijin textile district, this is worth a peek before starting a walk around the area. There are also displays of...
A small traditional place not far from Funaoka Onsen, Kanei is the place to go if you’re a soba (thin brown buckwheat noodles)...
693 Daikoku-chō · interesting places nearby
This museum, housed in a Nishijin weaving factory, has impressive exhibits of Nishijin textiles. It’s more atmospheric and usually quieter than the Nishijin Textile Center. The Susamei-sha building across the street is also open to the public and worth a look. It’s a short walk north of the Nishijin Textile Center.