Countless vermillion tori up a mountain path make this shrine the most popular destination among the tourists from abroad.
- Fushimi Inari Taisha
The head temple of Buddhism’s Jodo sect is famous for its grand hall and gate, the latter known to be Japan’s most renowned wooden architecture.
Elegant temple buildings designated as World Cultural Heritage built in 1052.
- Atago Shrine
Main shrine of Atago Shrines in all Japan, worshiping the deity of protection against fire.
- Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama
A park inhabited by 120 Japanese macaques with an observatory overlooking Kyoto.
Kyoto’s major sightseeing spot Arashiyama, a place of scenic beauty of Japan, with historic sites.
- Aoi Matsuri
One of Kyoto’s three biggest festivals which has a long history of about 1500 years.
One of Japan's top three views, with a beautiful white sand bar, and over 1.5 million visitors annually.