Within the museum building, the first floor comprises the official Museum Shop, the Rōji Tempo stores rebuilt in the Kyoto machiya-style of the late Edo Period. In the Museum Annex, formerly the Kyoto Branch of the Japan Bank and now a registered national Important Cultural Property you’ll find the Bekkan Tempo restored Western-style buildings of the Meiji Era. There’s also a café in the renovated vault. Enjoy the flavors of Kyoto and a spot of shopping as you savor the architectural beauty of the city’s yesteryear.

Roji Tempo


Kyoto Benrido
Alongside a range of over 200 art postcards, exhibition catalogues, art prints and products, pens and pencils, clear files, and other stationary items, Benridō also stocks a selection of traditional Kyoto craft ware.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:30 pm
Phone: 075-212-3931
www.benrido.co.jp


Kyoto Nadaman Hinkan
Japanese Restaurant
Traditional Japanese flavors infused with a modern washoku sensibility.Try for yourself Nadaman’s cutting edge Japanese cuisine, loved by gourmands the world over.
Open:
Lunch 11:30 am ~ 2:00 pm (last order)
Dinner 5:00 pm ~ 8:00 pm (last order)


Ukiya
Handmade soba and soba cuisine, driven by the bounty of the four seasons. The spirit and hospitality of Kyoto connect with our maxim of ‘constantly reinventing tradition’.Experience the ultimate in hand-cut udon and soba dining.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 8:00 pm
Phone: 075-255-2078
www.ukiya.co.jp


Koken
Kyoto’s Japanese gift shop
With a range of local ceramics, handmade dolls, Shippō-yaki pottery, Nishijin-ori silk products, and other local gifts and souvenirs, you’re sure to find your perfect Kyoto item at Koken.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:30 pm
Phone: 075-255-7753


Kyotanzan Sake
Kyotanzan- a product of the freshest mountain water, fertile lands, and traditional brewing techniques guarded closely over time. Take the time to sample some of the region’s finest sake.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:30 pm
Phone: 075-255-6165
www.tanzan.co.jp/


Rakushikan
Quality Japanese paper
At Rakushinkan you’ll find the finest in Japanese washi and Western-style yōshi paper, both hand- and machine-pressed. Stocking a range of paper products including writing paper, letter sets, postcards, and small pouches.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:00 pm
Phone: 075-251-0078
rakushikan.com


The Essence of Kyoto stores
Sixteen of Kyoto’s most famous retailers selling the best of the region’s traditional food and craft products in one convenient location.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:30 pm
Phone: 075-252-1077

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Hours:10:00 am – 7:30 pm ( Restaurant 10:00 am – 7:30 pm)


Maeda’s Coffee
House-roasted coffee of the highest quality and generous homemade lunches and a range of cakes and sweets.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:30 pm (last order 7:00 pm)
Phone: 075-255-1221


JARFO Kyo・Bunpaku Luck
With 20 years’ experience linking craftspeople, with customers and business, in Japan and worldwide, JARFO’s Museum of Kyoto space is dedicated to promoting arts and crafts through its Inter-art programs.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:30 pm
Phone: 075-222-0302


Kurochiku
Japanese fabrics and souvenirs
Elegant tenugui and furoshiki cloth wraps are a speciality. With chirimen silk, tabi socks, and a range of fabrics to color your everyday life, Kurochiku is a born and bred Kyoto store like no other.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:30 pm
Phone: 075-212-4506
www.kurochiku.co.jp/


arton art gallery
As a place devoting to switching ‘on’ the art of Kyoto, arton gallery features artworks by young artists. A selection of art-themed merchandise and postcards are also available.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:30 pm
Phone: 075-211-3288
www.arton-kyoto.com


Tonimaru Café and Candy Shop
Famous for its ‘secret sweets’, including the Kyoto hiyashi-ame parfait and a range of sweets made with expertly made candy syrup, Tonimaru also stocks a range of cakes and sweets featuring Uji’s renowned matcha tea. Lunch menus with a choice of main dish are another highlight. Of course, a range of local Kyo-ame candy are available.
Open: 10:00 am ~ 7:30 pm
Phone: 075-221-8101
tonimaru.com