[ 京都 ] 京都清水寺附近的大街小巷 – 2/4

[ 京都清水寺附近的大街小巷 ]

We call this a fattening trip because we basically “walk to eat” and “eat to walk”. The streets near the Kiyomizu-dera is full of interesting stores selling the specialties of this place. You may also see people dressed up like geisha (or real geisha) on these… (continue reading…)

走走停停。吃完走,走完吃。 聽起來很可怕吧… 不過這也算漫步京都大街小巷的一種方式,只有這樣的隨性才有可能發現意想不到的街景。清水寺附近的街道十分熱鬧,有美麗的復古街景,也有…

.. 許多特別有趣的小店。

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…. old streetss.

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產寧坂的街景.
Sannen-zaka street scene.
產寧坂上吃中餐的餐廳 – 明保野亭.
We had our “brunch” at a nice Japanese restaurant on Sannen-zaka.

 

無緣的變身計畫. 本來都預約好了, 但是後來因為行程改 & 天氣又太冷只好作罷. 不過下次來京都一定要在春天或秋天的時候來, 一定要來穿這個一天.

We were going to rent these kimono for a day and walk around the Kyomizu-dera but then it was too cold anyway. Next time, I’d come in spring or autumn!

清水坂上的一間賣抹茶冰淇淋 (或抹茶 only) 的泡芙店.
A store on the Kiyomizu-zaka that sells green tea flavour puff (with green tea ice-cream or just cream inside).

清水坂上的一間賣抹茶包子的店. 看來任何東西只要冠上”抹茶” 或 “櫻花”, 就很好賣…
A store on Kiyomizu-zaka that sells green tea bun! Seems like anything with “green tea” flavour or “sakura” (cherry blossom) flavour helps with the sales.

 

超大版本的抹茶口味的 Pocky 和章魚燒口味的 Pretz!
The extra-large version of green tea flavour Pocky sticks and Takoyaki flavour Pretz sticks.

看來這樣也不用養真的金魚了. 這個看起來也不錯.
No real goldfish needed anymore. This looks not bad.

 

路邊化緣的和尚.
Monk on Kiyomizu-zaka.

在清水坂上的一間筷子店後院裡的別有洞天.
There are a lot of these stores that are “behind” stores. This one that sells the carton Totoro items is behind a  chopstick store.

二年坂。 Ninnen-zaka.
京都有很多這樣小巷子裡或庭園中的店. 我們就在忘我亭旁的 cafe 停了一下子。
There are lots of little stores in this small alley and gardens. We stopped by a cafe by the Bougatei to have some afternoon tea.
很優閒且有太陽的下午.
A peaceful afternoon in the cafe.

 

抹茶的蛋糕和焦糖布丁。
Green tea cake and cream brule.

繁華的街景.
Street scene.


Streets are lined with stores selling cute little things.

看起來像藝妓的路人甲乙.
Geisha?

Cover 照片的原圖. 回眸二年坂.
Ninenzaka. The original color version of the cover photo.

小地藏 san 的小路.
Jo Taiga’s store and cute monk statues.  http://www.jyotaiga.com/mj5_4_fl.html
龍貓的小站.
Totoro’s theme here.

很開心的字, 有很多個藏不住的笑臉.
Happy words with lots of happy faces.

在街上,你會看到一些真的或假的藝伎,這些看起來就像剛剛化好妝從店裡走出來的旅客。
There are quite a few stores that dress you up as a geisha for you to walk around the streets in that outfit.

八坂通的街景,前方是八坂塔。
Yasaka-dori street scenes.


Local artists’ works.

八坂庚申堂.
Yasakakousinndou.
你可以買隻布猴子 (くくり猿),把你的願望寫上去,然後掛這。
You can buy one of these, write your wish on it and tie it on there.
details on here: http://www.geocities.jp/yasakakousinndou/


Walking out of the temple. I wonder if they’re real geisha.

我們好像一直跟蹤人家…(笑) 不過不是啦! 這種打扮在這樣的地方, 果然就是很適合照相.
We were like stalkers.. lol. But they just look so photogenic!

在這條路上的一間賣和服的店,我們買了兩套和服(含腰帶和襪子), 一套那時特價 10,000 日幣,算是還蠻划算的。通常光腰帶就要 7,000 日幣了。
We got 2 sets of kimono from a store on this street. It was 10,000 yen each (includes belt and socks). It’s considerably less expensive considering usually one belt piece usually costs around 7,000 yen.
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