Kyoto Kan
Yaesu: Antenna shop
Kyoto Kan (Yaesu: Antenna shop)
Kyoto Kan
Open 10:30am-7pm daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

Unlike most antenna shops, this one devotes almost all its space to crafts, with only a tiny section for local food and drink products. These include some two dozen types of sake, packaged candies and sweets, vinegar, miso, pickles and fu (wheat gluten). They also offer a "tea ceremony experience course" under the guidance of a professional instructor; the experience takes twenty minutes and costs Y500.

Yaesu
Chuo-ku, Yaesu 2-1-1, Yanma Tokyo Bldg 1F.
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