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Pickled Vegetables of Kyoto “Mori”

Mori’s pickled vegetables are made from the highest quality vegetables harvested from local farms and using traditional pickling methods. Following the shop motto of “Starting from the soil,” Mori focuses on pickles made from seasonal vegetables.

HP : http://www.kyoto-mori.com

TEL : 075-861-7336

Izutsu Yatsuhashi Honpo

Izutsu has been in business for over 200 years. Famous in Kyoto for its Izutsu Yatsuhashi cinnamon-flavored cookie, the shop sells many types of delicious snacks that have been loved for generations. They are the perfect gift to bring back to your family and friends from your trip to Kyoto.

HP : http://www.yatsuhashi.co.jp

TEL : 075-862-2121

ARINCO

ARINCO’s famous roll cakes use egg whites to make pure white sponge, and fluffy whipped cream is rolled up in it – something you have never experienced before!

HP : http://www.balnibarbi.com

TEL : 075-881-9520

KUROCHIKU

Sold only in Kyoto, Kurochiku’s products, such as towels and blotting tissues, featuring the shop’s own maiko (apprentice geisha) girl design have been enchanting customers for generations. Whether you are shopping for gifts or for yourself, don’t miss checking out Kurochiku’s popular cat, cherry-blossom, and camellia pattern items, as well as its cosmetics, including solid perfume and hand creams.

HP : http://www.kurochiku.co.jp

TEL : 075-873-1855

Kyoto Muromachi “Rokkaku-an”

This Kyoto sweets shop is famous for its “karameru-yaki” snacks. Made by artisan bakers, these light bite-size treats will simply melt in your mouth! Sold in stylish packages, they will make a perfect souvenir for friends and family back home.

TEL : 075-882-5544

COSMOS

Specializing in Japanese-style goods, Cosmos sells such original items as its original Mayubi facial-skin-care scrub made of silk cocoons and moisturizing cream that utilizes natural hot spring water. Shoppers can also find mini pouches, perfect for use when visiting local hot springs, or items featuring the “Peko-chan” character, available in limited quantities only in Kyoto.

HP : http://arashiyama-cosmos.com

TEL : 075-881-0295

RANDEN-YA

Randen-ya is a Japanese-style café stand, where customers can enjoy soft-serve ice cream made from seasonal local ingredients or a warm bowl of Kyoto-style udon noodles in a friendly atmosphere.

TEL : 075-882-2515

SASAYA IORI+

Featuring Kyoto favorites from green-tea soft-serve ice cream and ice cream parfaits with red beans and warabi-mochi bites on top, SASAYA IORI+ is a takeout shop mainly specializing in sweets. The shop also has a limited menu, which changes every season.

HP : http://www.sasayaiori.com

TEL : 075-871-0338

“Kuwa-ya Onomiyasu-honpo”

Mulberry is known to have all kinds of health and beauty benefits. Selling food items derived from Kyoto mulberry, this shop is perfect for those people interested in health.
Customers can feel free to stop in to try a wide variety of items, such as Uji green tea with mulberry, kusa-mochi sweets, mulberry bolo cookies, and green-tea soft-serve ice cream with mulberry.

HP : http://www.onomiyasu.co.jp

TEL : 075-882-2528

Arashiyama Momohada Cosme Honten

Originated here in Arashiyama, this shop is known for its natural cosmetics made mainly with traditional Japanese ingredients. Among its skin care line using peach extract, the best-selling, highly recommended item is its creamy, peach facial cleanser.

HP : http://www.momohada.com

TEL : 075-882-5128

RANDEN BAL

This restaurant and bar, featuring dinner, lunch, and café time menu, is a great place to relax with views of the station’s beautiful Kimono Forest. As you sit watching the trains come and go, you can enjoy delicious dishes or some of Kyoto’s finest sake.

TEL : 075-882-5288

TULLY's COFFEE

Tully’s Coffee is known for its coffee hand-brewed from highly select coffee beans from around the world. In addition to coffee brewed to perfection, Tully’s also has a food menu with many choices, including pasta, hotdogs, and sweets. It is the perfect place to relax.

HP : http://www.tullys.co.jp

TEL : 075-863-0014

OBU CAFE

OBU CAFÉ’s open terrace affords a fantastic view of Arashiyama! Guests can relax and choose from a seasonal menu featuring items made with fresh local ingredients.

HP : http://balnibarbi.com

TEL : 075-881-9530

Kyoto Arashiyama “RANDON”

Randon offers a wide selection of unique rice bowls, including Kyoto-style rice bowls with tofu and yuba (tofu skin), which are sure to please!

HP : http://www.kurochiku-s.jp/randon.html

TEL : 075-873-1881

YAMATO Transport

・Delivery Service (9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.)
・Baggage Storage Service

HP : http://www.kuronekoyamato.co.jp

TEL : 0120-01-9625

RANBURA Rental Bicycle

Convenient bicycle rentals for exploring the Saga-Arashiyama neighborhoods are available at the station. The bicycle rental includes a ticket for using the station footbath.
・Hours: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (office closes at 3:00 p.m.)
(Hours of operation are reduced in winter)
・3-speed bicycle/ Full day :1,000 yen ; 2hours: 500yen. Electrical bicycle/ Full day: 1,500 yen

ATM(Seven Bank / Kyoto Chuo Shinkin Bank)

ATM(Seven Bank / Kyoto Chuo Shinkin Bank)

ATM machines are conveniently located for your shopping and sightseeing needs. The machines operate daily, even on weekends and holidays.
・Hours: 7:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. (Kyoto Chuo Shinkin Bank)
・Hours: 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. (Seven Bank) *Hours of operation at Seven Bank are changed during the winter season.

【Seven Bank】http://www.sevenbank.co.jp/
【Kyoto Chuo Shinkin Bank】http://www.chushin.co.jp/

Rickshaw “EBISUYA”

Once you enjoyed a dreamy moment cruising around the town on a traditional rickshaw, you will grow fond of Kyoto even more. Try and catch one around Arashiyama station.

Arashiyama Onsen Station Footbath

The station footbath is a perfect place for relaxing after a long day on foot in the city. Why not stop to relax at the station? The footbath is open for all tourists regardless of whether or not they take the train.
・Hours: 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. (Entry till 7:30 p.m.)
(Hours of operation are reduced in winter)
・Fees: 200yen (including souvenir towel)
・Tickets are available for purchase at the station information counter.

Kimono Forest

Within the station stand approximately 600 poles decorated with Yūzen prints. Standing together like a grove, designed to provide gentle scenery filled with graceful, beautiful lights.

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