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貴船コスメティックス&ギャラリー Kifune Cosmetics and Gallery, Kyoto.
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貴船コスメティックス&ギャラリー

貴船の水から生まれた「KIFUNE COSMETICS」の基幹店。
二百年前余呉湖畔に建てられた庄屋を移築した風情ある佇まいのショップ。
コスメの他には、「貴船パワーストーン」や地元のアーティストが制作した作品が揃います。
また、貴船川沿いの窓辺にはカフェスペースも併設しております。
パワースポット巡りの後の一服にぜひどうぞ。
禁煙エリアもあります。

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Copyright: Kudo kenji photograph
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
上传: 11/08/2012
更新: 24/04/2014
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