Kyoto Photo Tour: Shopping Arcades – 商店街

Kyoto has a cluster of three arcades.  The longest is the Teramachi Arcade, which runs parallel to the Shinkyogoku Arcade, and orthogonal to the relatively short Cupola Sanjo Arcade.

Arcades
Covered shopping arcades highlighted in green.  Note that the Teramachi Arcade continues somewhat northwards off this map (and satellite view of the same area).
Arcades
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Intersection Teramachi Arcade (north-south) and
Intersection of Teramachi Arcade (north-south) and Cupola Sanjo Arcade (east-west).
intersection
Oddly, the intersection itself is not covered.  Teramachi on the left, Cupola Sanjo on the right.

East end of Cupola Sanjo:

East end of Cupola Sanjo
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North end of Teramachi Arcade (looking south):

North end of Teramachi Arcade.

North end of Teramachi Arcade – just inside:

North end of Teramachi Arcade - just inside.

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South end of Teramachi Arcade (looking north):

South end of Teramachi Arcade (looking north).
Note the covered sidewalk outside the arcade.

South end of Shinkyogoku Arcade (looking north, with Teramachi Arcade visible on left):

South end of Shinkyogoku Arcade

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From Imadegawa Station to the north end of Teramachi Arcade is about 3 km:

Walk from Imadegawa to Teramachi Arcade.

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