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Aug. 25, 2020 UPDATE

Tsukemono Nishiki Takakura-ya

- つけもの錦・高倉屋 -
Traveler Friendly
Easy to access, most items needs to be refrigerated
Information
Japanese
Languages spoken
Japanese
717 5 5.3 1 reviews
Aug. 25, 2020 UPDATE

Tsukemono Nishiki Takakura-ya

- つけもの錦・高倉屋 -
Traveler Friendly
Easy to access, most items needs to be refrigerated
Information
Japanese
Languages spoken
Japanese
717 5 5.3 1 reviews
Story & Recommendation
At one end of Nishiki Market is a pickle shop visited daily by locals
This shop can easily be spotted as it’s located at one end of Nishiki Market on the Teramachi Street side. The lanterns, which has names of various pickled vegetables on it, hanging above the shop will immediately enter your eyes. If not the lanterns, then the cucumber on the stick may be the first thing you may come across. Nishiki Market, also known as Kyoto’s kitchen, is always filled with people making it a very lively stretch of a narrow path. Some local customers would stop by daily to buy tsukemono, a staple food in Japanese homes.
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User Reviews
5.3
goods6.0 service5.0 fun5.0
mama - Honduras
Nov. 20, 2018
Details
Open Hours
9am - 6pm
Closed
Open everyday
Price range
Credit cards
Not accepted
Shipping services
Domestic only
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