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  • Fushimi Inari Taisha

    Countless vermillion tori up a mountain path make this shrine the most popular destination among the tourists from abroad.

  • Chion-in

    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.

  • Byodo-in

    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.

  • Arashiyama

    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.

  • Amanohashidate

    One of Japan's top three views, with a beautiful white sand bar, and over 1.5 million visitors annually.

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