At the Path of Nene by Kodai-ji Temple you can go back in time to the Edo period
The path of Nene (Nene no Michi) is a path that runs by Kodai-ji Temple. The temple itself was found by Nene herself, the widow of the shogun Toyotomi Hideyoshi, which is why the path too is known as the Path of Nene. There are many temples by the path so you have a lot to see. The path is especially beautiful in spring when the cherry trees blossom, although this is of course also the time when there are most people on the path. Really many tourists walk on the path wearing kimonos and yukatas, which makes this place feel even more like ancient Japan, though most of them do have selfie-sticks with them.
If you continue south on the Path of Nene, you will eventually get to Kiyomizu-dera Temple, after passing both Sannenzaka and Ninenzaka.