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Nightlife in Kawaramachi / Shijokarasuma

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  • Kitashinchi Ton Shabu Hide (Kyoto Shi-jo Karasuma location)
    463 Reviews
    Other Izakaya Pub
    Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture Takakura communication Shijo-cho, under Le Kozaimoku 226 Maeda Building 2F

    What a great find. We walked by here on the way home from dinner in Kyoto, and we wanted to try Shabu Shabu. So, we made reservations the next day for lunch. Talk about service. Kyo (I know I am...

  • NIKUYA GINJIRO (butcher GinJiro) Pontocho
    347 Reviews
    Other Izakaya Pub
    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Nakagyou-ku Kashiwayachou 168-2 Pontocho Hall 1F

    Like most restaurants in the Pontocho area, it is small inside but the food is well worth it. The best steak I have had for a long time. It is cooked to exactly how you ask and is amazing. Staff are...

    376 Reviews
    Hostess Club / Pub / Club
    Kyoto Chukyo-ku Kawaramachi Sanjohigashi input Nakajima 90 Felicita Sanjo Kiyamachi building

    On a cold night these Japanese Italians came to the rescue. They delivered pizza. But they wanted 90 to 120 minutes and also that the pizza be a large size. We agreed to their conditions and in...

  • L'Escamoteur
    Bar / Western Bar / Dining Bar
    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Shimogyo-ku Nishi Ishikaki Dori 4-jo Sagaru Saitocho 138
  • Sushitetsu Pontochoten
    261 Reviews
    Other Izakaya Pub
    Kyoto Chukyo-ku, Kyoto Sanjodori Ponto-cho under Le Karafune-ya Ponto-cho Building 1F

    I would not say that this place is a tourist trap. When I stayed there, a lot of locals had dinner there, too. But I would not say either that you get excellent Sushi. The prices are just too low to...

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