• Osawaike

    Measuring approx. 1 km in circumference, it is Japan's oldest artificial garden lake. It is also a famous place for cherry blossom flowers in spring and, autumn leaves and the moon in fall.

  • Nishiki Ichiba (Market)

    Known as the "Kitchen of Kyoto," it is the most famous food shopping street in Kyoto.

  • Ninenzaka & Sannenzaka

    A row of houses that presents the atmosphere of Kyoto with slopes that lead from Kodai-ji to Kiyomizu-dera.

  • Nijo Castle

    A castle of splendor and opulence built for Ieyasu Tokugawa holds three titles: World Heritage Site, Japan’s National Treasure and Place of Special Scenic Beauty.

  • Nanzen-ji

    The headquarters of the Rinzai School of Zen that holds many national treasures and important cultural properties. Cherry blossoms and autumn leaves are also gorgeous.

  • Maizuru Shizen Bunka-en (Natural Culture Park)

    The park that has a camellia park with 30,000 camellias of 1,500 species and hydrangea park with 100,000 hydrangeas of 100 species. A place where you can enjoy seasonal flowers.

  • Kyoto Tower

    The tallest tower in Kyoto from where you can get a 360-degree view of Kyoto.

  • Kyoto Ohara Sanzen-in

    1,200-year-old temple with beautiful gardens and cultural assets.

  • Kyoto National Museum

    The museum houses nearly 12,000 important assets and properties with a focus on the art and culture of Kyoto.

  • Kyoto Gyoen

    See former residences of the imperial families and courtiers on the vast grounds of this national park full of seasonal flora.

  • Kyoto Gozan no Okuribi (Daimonji Bonfire)

    One of Kyoto's four major events. This traditional summer event features lighting of bonfires on the surrounding mountains of Kyoto.

  • Kurama-dera

    A temple known for the legend of Tengu and training of Ushiwakamaru.



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