Isetan   京都伊勢丹

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Futuristic depatô!

In the Kyoto station , this complex avant-garde glass architecture built in 1997 by architect Hiroshi Hara, the depatô - Japanese department store - Isetan totaled thirteen floors.

For Kyotoïtes, meandering tourists, and salarymen, everything is conducive to spending. Here, the two levels in the basement are devoted to food, from deli to takeaway, as is the usual pattern of Japanese department stores. Above, ready-to-wear fashion is on display from the first to the fifth floor.

Above is the men's department, and at the top, with beautiful panoramic views, renowned restaurants. Between the two are accessories for children, homeware, sportswear ... You will find everything, both Japanese, and non-Japanese!

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