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45R Kyoto

An outpost of Japan’s 45rpm brand, 45R Kyoto sells indigo-dyed clothing, distressed denim, airy tunics and accessories including straw hats.

Arts & Science

A pretty little store that looks like it could be right at home in New York City's West Village, Arts & Science sells high-quality, beautifully made clothing and accessories. The clothes are all natural colors – army green, heather grey, white, cream and light.

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Evam Eva

This small boutique in central Kyoto sells delicate made-in-Japan clothing. Evam Eva is known for its sophisticated but supremely wearable designs.

Gallery Yukei

Located across the street from its inspiration, Gallery Yukei is a small shop from the Tawaraya Ryokan family. You can purchase the famous ryokan’s slippers, bath amenities, sheets and bedding along with a range of artisan gifts like ceramic tea cups. True Tawaraya devotees can ensure a future of sleeping futon-style by purchasing one to bring home.

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A hodgepodge boutique in Kyoto, Granpie opened in 1971 and sells Japanese textile clothing, ceramics from Spain, rugs from Turkey and more.
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Otsuka Gofukuten

Otsuka Gofukuten is a vibrant boutique in the Higashiyama neighborhood that sells modern kimono-style fashion in geometric patterns and bright colors.
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Sou Sou Kyoto

Sou Sou’s Kyoto flagship is a series of boutiques, all of which sell quirky Japanese-style designs in vibrant prints.
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Apparels  at  Tezomeya, Kyoto, Japan


A retail shop and workshop, Tezomeya sells T-shirts and other cotton garments that have been dyed using only natural resources such as dried plants, bayberry tree bark and palm tree nuts. Almost all come from kampo, Chinese medicine. In turn, the clothes have a very natural, organic look and feel to them.

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