Sights in Kyoto

Fushimi Inari Shrine

Fushimi Inari Shrine – A 1,300 years old shrine for the God of bountiful crops and prosperous business

Kiyomizu-dera

Kiyomizu-dera – Kyoto’s most popular tourist attraction

Eikan-do

Eikan-do, where you can refresh your soul from the beautiful autumn leaves and the Mikaeri Amida

Nijo Castle

A leisurely stroll through the site of the huge Nijo Castle

Gion

Enjoy Kyoto at its Most “Kyoto-esque”: Gion

Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama

The world-class precious breed of Japanese macaque monkey (Nihon-zaru) is right at your fingertips!

Nishiki Market

Known as Kyoto’s kitchen, you can see, eat and enjoy the city’s seasonal foods at Nishiki Market

Arashiyama

Arashiyama, a prominent tourist spot in Kyoto where you can enjoy the great outdoors

Kifune Shrine

The God of Water and The God of Marriage

Ryoan-ji

Relax in the famous Ryōan-ji Rock Garden

Tenryu-ji Temple

Tenryu-ji Temple, a World Heritage site with the spectacular Unryu-zu (image of the cloud dragon) and a garden from 7...

Yasaka Shrine

The guardian deity of the Hanamachi (geisha quarter) providing hope through protection against evil, the warding off ...

Heian Shrine

Immerse yourself in the history of the dazzling ancient capital Kyoto at Heian Shrine

Higashiyama

Enjoy exploring temples and typical Kyoto-style cobblestone streets

Ponto-cho

A district where you can experience an elegance only found in Kyoto

Sagano Railway (Torokko Trains)

Get a full view of nature in the Hozu River valley colored by the four seasons from the leisurely running Torokko

Tofuku-ji Temple

Tofuku-ji Temple whose buildings have been designated as National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties

Shimogamo Shrine

One of Kyoto’s oldest shrines surrounded by an ancient forest

Kyoto Tower

The symbolic tower in front of Kyoto Station with more fun than you can imagine

Daikakuji

Daikakuji, the temple that originated ikebana and has the oldest man-made pond in Japan