Matsue Kyomise Shopping District

Travel Guide - Matsue Kyomise Shopping District

Information

Matsue Kyomise Shopping District is located at the center of Matsue City and stretches from east to west along the Kyobashi-gawa River.

Paved with stones and with easy access to Karakoro Hiroba, which is one of the Horikawa Sightseeing Boat boarding points, this charming shopping district is a perfect place for visitors to leisurely stroll through a variety of souvenir shops and fine restaurants, featuring both Japanese and Western style cuisines.

Opening Hours

  • Varies according to the shop / facility

Closed

  • Varies according to the shop / facility

Access / Public Transport

  • 8 minutes from JR Matsue Station by Lakeline Bus.Get off at Kyobashi Bus stop
  • 15 minutes walk from JR Matsue Station

Address / Location

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