When it comes to sightseeing spots in Kyoto, shrines and temples are at the top of the list. However, many people might think it is rather difficult to find out what one needs to see and do when visiting these places. Therefore, this beginner’s guide will show how to enjoy some recommended shrines and temples. Check out the Higashi Tenno Okazaki Shrine, also known as the “Usagi Shrine,” where the rabbit motif statues and blessed goods are popular!
Kyoto City Buses help immensely when you want to go around to the many sightseeing spots in the city effectively. However, people often say things like the routes are complicated and that they do not know the system. Local students introduce the knack of using the city buses wisely! Here is a beginner’s guide!
Uji in Kyoto where visitors can find Byodoin and Ujigami Jinja. It is also famous for the remarkable reflection in the water of Byodoin Ho-oh-doh, and one of Japan’s oldest bridges, the Uji Bridge, which spans the Uji River. This area is also considered to be a top producer of tea and matcha-flavored confectioneries and other sweets that appeal to all types of visitors. Wouldn’t you like to experience feeling the atmosphere of the Heian period in the city that is associated with “Genji Monogatari” (The Tale of Genji)?
Fuji no Hana (wisteria) have been beloved by both Japanese and foreign tourists because of their lovely and sweet, but vulnerable shape. Here are 5 recommended spots with the latest and most updated information for viewing wisteria blooms.
Did you know that around Osaka, there are many scenic spots and famous places where you can go on a day trip? They’re all so close it would be an absolute waste not to go. With that said, this time we are introducing 8 day trip spots from Osaka.
Kyoto Station is used by a majority of foreign tourists that come to Japan. It’s a terminal station with shinkansen, regular trains, buses, and other sorts of transportation available. Learn how to use Kyoto Station efficiently without getting lost! Also learn more about convenient spots and services that foreign tourists can use while they’re there.
One of the biggest delights of coming to Japan is the food. Savor Japan is a recommended food guide website that will help you choose restaurants in Japan to visit. People with plans to visit Japan should definitely check this website out.
These 15 sushi restaurants are definite contenders for your itinerary. They run the gamut from being high-class restaurants to regular casual places, and can fit a variety of budgets. Many of them offer quite unique aspects, so please find the ones that suit your fancy.
There are many large shopping buildings around Kyoto Station. Let me introduce the spots where high-class brands, reasonable fashion of young people, Japanese souvenirs, cosmetics, and home electric appliances are available.
These are specialty bakeries in Kyoto, the hottest battleground of bakeries in Japan. Each bakery uses particular ingredients and techniques to bake fresh bread. How about trying one of them for your breakfast and lunch? Find your favorite!
Beauty of a breathtaking landscape is often hard to express in words. But when you experience it, you know the emotion will be etched in your memory forever. Here we will introduce 20 of the best places in Japan, each of them promises you a special experience to remember.
Introducing 10 superb tempura selections you must visit when in Kyoto. From elegant Kyoto cuisine and banquet cuisine to popular a la carte tempura, it’s an extensive genre of only famous stores. In Kyoto there are many chic shops with ambiance.
This time, we will introduce you; “The 6 Best Luxury Hotels Where You Can Have a Supreme Time in Kyoto”, where everybody want to stay at least once when they visit Kyoto. Would you like to have a precious experience while staying those where you can enjoy the taste of Kyoto yet they also have a great architecture and beautiful decorations?
In the autumn season of travel, why not take a trip to Kyoto to enjoy the seasonal colors? Kyoto has countless places where you can go and see the autumn leaves, and whichever you choose, you won’t be disappointed, but here are our top eight spots. By the way, going out to see the autumn colors is known as “Momiji Kari” in Japanese.
Halal means “true to the Muslim spirit”, whose custom is to eat “Healthy and pure, safe and nutritious food”. And you can experience the very spirit also in Kyoto! In this page we will introduce 6 restaurants in Kyoto, where you can dine in the best Halal style around.
In the ancient capital Kyoto, the traditional events and festivals have been passed down to people and held for over one thousand years. Every time you visit Kyoto, you will have different impression because there are four seasons in Japan. Let me introduce 10 must-see Japanese traditional events and festivals in Kyoto.