Kyoto, Festival of the Ages building Toni Toni

Kyoto, Festival of the Ages building Toni Toni
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Page last updated: Jan, 07, 2019
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Jason Surguine

The temple and shrines are crowded in the Nanzen-ji temple and Okazaki areas, but surprisingly, there are not many places to rest or pick up souvenirs. In order to meet such demand, the commercial complex "Kyoto, Festival of the Ages building Toni Toni" opened on the grounds of Heian Jingu Shrine. With the slogan "The Festival of the Ages is here 365 days,” one of Kyoto 's three greatest festivals “The Festival of the Ages" can be experienced through the latest technologies, such as 3D mapping. There are also lots of stores where you can find a selection of souvenirs and local gourmet treats. Furthermore, there are also shops offering sweets too pretty to eat, making the complex a spot which attracts the attention of young women as well.

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97-2, Okazaki Nishitennocho, Sakyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, Japan

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Take Kyoto city bus, get off at "Okazaki-koen Bijyutsukan / Heian Jingu-mae," 5 minute walk from the stop

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