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Modelled on a setting in a novel, this site has one of Kyōto’s greatest traditional gardens and architectural treasures.
Watch as park staff feed about 130 wild snow monkeys on Arashiyama Mountain, or climb inside a cage and feed them yourself.
Constructed entirely without nails and built on high poles, this temple is part of a World Heritage Site and offers visitors both beauty and history.
Board a bus and head out of Osaka for a day of exploring the treasures in Arashiyama, Nara, and Kobe. In Arashiyama, explore Sagano Bamboo Forest and ride the scenic Randen tram line, then visit the UNESCO-listed Todai-ji temple in Nara.
Explore western Japan with this day trip out of Osaka to Kyoto and Nara. Aboard a bus, explore the serene nature of Arashiyama, stroll the gardens of Kyoto's UNESCO-listed Kinkaku-ji, and marvel at the enormous Buddha statue in Todai-ji temple in Nara.
On this tour, departing from both Osaka and Kyoto, our bus will take you to the most unique sites of Kyoto and Nara! Your first stop will be the symbol of Kyoto, Kinkaku-ji, the Golden Pavilion: you can't say you have been in Kyoto if you don't give your eyes the chance to behold this splendid structure, reflecting in the water of its pond.
Immerse yourself in the scenic beauty and historic landmarks of Arashiyama on this afternoon outing to one of Kyoto's most breathtaking districts. Walk through a magical bamboo forest, wander the gardens of a 14th-century temple, and catch glimpses of colorful koi from the Togetsukyo Bridge.
(Maximum participant 25people) You will make noodles on a chartered train. This train connects between Shijo-omiya station and Arashiyama station. You will get in the train starting from Shijo-omiya and wear a headscarf and apron.
During your tour today, your guide will also touch on human rights issues and minorities in modern day Japan. You will also visit Kyoto's largest minority neighbourhood today. If you have wanted to see the sides of Kyoto that the masses miss, areas that you are not even sure existed in the city, this is the tour for you.
Experience a traditional tea ceremony or a night of cultural entertainment within the historic wooden teahouses of this well-preserved Kyoto district.
Charming craft shops, ceremonious teahouses and tiny cafés spill out from the traditional wooden façades of this historic pair of lanes below Kiyomizu-dera Temple.