Ichinenzaka is a slope in Kyoto, Japan, and is a well-known tourist attraction. This slope is located in the Higashiyama district, and its cobblestone streets create a beautiful landscape. The name Ichinenzaka comes from Buddhist teachings. As one climbs the slope, one can see a small Buddhist statue called Ichinen Jizoson. Along the slope, there are also fashionable cafes and traditional souvenir shops, which are popular among tourists.
Especially during the cherry blossom season, the rows of cherry blossom trees are in full bloom and offer a picturesque view. Walking along Ichinenzaka, visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery and stores while feeling the atmosphere of the ancient capital of Kyoto.