WAK Japan Office, a “Kyoto-based company providing foreign tourists to Japan with various hands-on culture experiences such as tea ceremony, flower arrangement, cooking, wearing kimono, home visits, etc” (quoted from their website http://www.wakjapan.com/).
Miyawaki Baisen-an at Sanjo Dori. A souvenir shop specializing at selling handmade fans since 1823. Handmade fans is among the most sought-after souvenirs by those who visits Kyoto during Edo Period (18th CE). See their website www.baisenan.co.jp/, or read a review from Frommers herehttp://www.frommers.com/destinations/kyoto/S27487.html
Former Mainichi Shimbun (a newspaper agency) Building, now gallery and restaurant ‘Independent’. See their facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/CAFE-INDEPENDENT/211970534281
Detailed building info see http://takaoka.zening.info/Kyoto/Modern_Building/Nakagyo-ku_District/1928_Building.htm
A machiya near Kitano-Tenmangu entrance, houses three different shops: a textile shop, a restaurant, and a studio.
A row of machiyas near the junction of Takakura Dori, Tenshucho.
Old inn in Sanjo Dori, 日昇別荘 (Sunrise Villa) that was build in Edo Era.
嶋臺絲店 (don’t know how to read this Kanji; can anybody help?). An old shop (drugstore?) in Oike Dori, near Karasuma Oike junction. A Designated National Cultural Property, according to this link http://bunka.nii.ac.jp/SearchDetail.do?heritageId=141411&imageNum=0