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Buddhist Temple
“Kinkakuji Temple, also called the Golden Pavilion is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Kyoto. A must-see destination! Especially beautiful in fall. Distance: 30minutes by bus (bus n.204, 230JPY) Entrance fee: 400 for adults, 300 for children Opening hours: 9:00~17:00”
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  • 6 expériences
Palace
“Kyoto Imperial Palace was the Imperial Family's residence until 1868. Kyoto Imperial Park, which surround the Palace, is an ideal place to walk and relax. You can enjoy reading a book on a bench, do your morning run, do a picnic, etc. To visit the Imperial Palace, you need to reserve in advance. Distance: 21minutes' walk from Kogane-an Entrance fee: Free”
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Shrine
“You can enjoy a Japanese flea market in Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine 25th every month. There are many antique Japanese items. ”
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Place of Worship
“Ryoanji Temple is well-known for its beautiful rock garden. Distance: 47minutes by bus (bus n.59, 230JPY) Entrance fee: 500 for adults, 300 for children Opening hours: 8:00~17:00 (From December to February close at 16:30)”
  • Recommandé par 58 habitants
Shrine
“Kamigamo Shrine's sister shrine. Despite being in the city,there are ancient virgin forests and clear streams.”
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  • 1 expérience
Shrine
“The Kamo Shrines, Shimogamo Shrine and Kamigamo Shrine, are both recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They are two of the most important and oldest shrines in Kyoto. In fact, the Kamo Shrines even predate the city's establishment as national capital in 794. Throughout the thousand years that Kyoto served as Japan's capital city, the Imperial Court patronized the shrines as establishments dedicated to the city's protection and prosperity. Shimogamo Shrine (下鴨神社, Shimogamo Jinja, "Lower Kamo Shrine") is located at the junction of the Takano and Kamo rivers. It is surrounded by the Tadasu no Mori, a forest which was preserved during the modernization of the city and contains trees that are up to 600 years old.”
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Botanical Garden
“Kyoto Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in Japan with over 120,000 plants.It is a favorite place for visitors to Kyoto and Kyotoites themselves to stroll and picnic, especially in spring for the cherry blossom season and in fall for the autumn leaves.Regular light ups at night also attract people and a good place to keep warm in winter is at the spectacular conservatory.It is divided into various sections:Bamboo Garden,Bonsai Exhibit,Camellia Garden,Cherry Trees,European Style Garden,Flower Bed,Hydrangea Garden,Japanese Iris Garden,Japanese Native Plants, Lotus Pond,Nakaragi-no-mori Pond,Peony Garden,Perennial and Useful Plants Garden,Sunken Garden;and Uma Grove. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“Few travellers make the journey all the way out to this sprawling temple complex, but most who do find it a pleasant spot. It’s certainly a good counterpoint to the crowded and more famous temples nearby. Originally containing more than 60 structures, Ninna-ji was built in 888 and is the head temple of the Omuro branch of the Shingon school. The present temple buildings, including a five-storey pagoda, date from the 17th century.”
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Sublocality Level 2
“Kyoto has many famous tourist spots! Among them, we will introduce the recommended tourist spots in particular ♪ 京都には有名は観光地がたくさんあります! その中で特におすすめの観光スポットをご紹介します♪”
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Bath House
“Funaoka Onsen is located in Murano, Kita-ku, south of Funaoka mountain. A long-established Karaha-style building designated as a registered tangible cultural property by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. The interior starts with retro majolica tiles and can only be described as art, such as Kurama Tengu carved on the ceiling of the dressing room and openwork fields. On the other hand, the bath is very modern. In addition to electric baths, which were first introduced in Japan, their capabilities such as jet baths, open-air baths, and herbal baths are unique. In addition, guest houses and cafes are lined up, and it is a hidden tourist spot that has an old history but keeps changing.”
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Shrine
“1-2 mins on foot from Nyosui Kan. Very small and tiny shrine, but many people come to pray for Abeno Seimei -onmyoji.”
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Shrine
“Kibune (貴船) is a small town in a forested valley in the northern mountains of Kyoto City, which developed around Kifune Shrine. According to legend, a goddess traveled in a boat from Osaka all the way up the river into the mountains north of Kyoto, and Kifune Shrine was built at the site where her boat journey had come to an end.”
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Buddhist Temple
“This is the place where Zen monks live. If you are lucky to enter one of the temples in Daitoku-ji. You can feel something really special about your life from the building, the people, the monk, and those atmospheres​. The original Zen spirit may be a little different from what you learned in your country. If you want to try and challenge our culture, if the God of Zen calls you, you can find something new or special in your life. Enjoy!!!”
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Museum
“You can see and experience Japanese old and historical textile -Nishijin ori - fabrics here. ”
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Shrine
“It is a historical shrine built 1000 years ago.The famous "aburi-mochi" is best recommended Kyoto sweets”
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Place of Worship
“A temple with a beautiful garden.All season recommended.It is a wonderful architectual style. ”
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