Kyoto

Kyoto was the former capital of Japan and was home to the Emperor from the Heian Period through to the early Meiji Period. It is rich with cultural and historical sites such as Buddhist Temples, traditional Japanese gardens, the Imperial Palace, Shrines, and traditional wooden houses. Kyoto is famous for its multi-course kaiseki cuisine, and for the Geisha of the Gion district. Kyoto is the destination of many first time visitors to Japan.

Most popular courses

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1 Traveling around the power spot in Kyoto, refusing evil relationship and connecting good edge

Sanjusangen-do
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Kamigamo-Jinga Shrine
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Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine
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2 Classic course in Kitayama - Arashiyama area

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Daihonzan Tenryuji Sub-temple Daikizan Hogonin
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Chikurin-no-Komichi Path
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Arashiyama Park
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Ryoan-ji Temple 【World Heritage】
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3 A tour of matcha and sake of Uji and Fushimi, the land of Heian

Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum
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Byodoin Temple 【World Heritage】
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4 Indulge in the seasonal gourmets of Tango and hot springs of Shirosaki while traveling by a tourist train

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Kumihama Bay
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Genbudo Park
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Kinosaki Onsen
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Hyogo Prefectural stork town park
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5 Classic course in Kitayama - Arashiyama area

Kodai-ji Temple
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Sannei-zaka Slope・ District of Sannen-zaka Slope (Preservation Districts for Groups of Historic Buildings)
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Kiyomizu-dera 【World Heritage】
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Chion-in
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Map of Kyoto