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Honen-in is a popular temple located along the cherry tree lined Philosopher's Walk.
Also known as the Silver Pavilion, this Zen temple located in Kyoto's Higashiyama district was originally built as a retirement villa by shogun Ashikaga Yoshima
Located in Kyoto's Higashiyama district, this two kilometer-long stone path is set along a canal and is a particularly beautiful route to follow during cherry b
Originally a villa in the Meiji Era, this facility was owned by painter Kansetsu Hashimoto. In addition to the two tea houses and the traditional Japanese garde
Otoyo Jinja Shrine is a quiet shrine decorated with many statues of animals, considered to be messengers of God.
Restaurant opened in 1997, located near the Kinkaku temple. We offer Kaiseki-style course dishes, taking advantage of the natural local environment.
Kyoto Guesthouse Kyo no En
A 25-minute bus ride from the JR Kyoto Train Station, Kyoto Guesthouse Kyo no En provides Japanese-style accommodations with free Wi-Fi. Free coffee and tea are
Ryokan Inn Yoshida-sanso
Formerly a royal residence, Ryokan Inn Yoshida-sanso boasts Japanese-style rooms with a prime view of the Daimonji festival’s mountain bonfires in summer (Gozan
Heian No Mori Kyoto
A 10-minute walk from Heian Jingu Shrine, Heian No Mori Kyoto features a public bath and Japanese and buffet restaurants. The air-conditioned rooms include a fu
Offering free WiFi access, this holiday home is located in a residential area just a 15-minute walk from Jingumarutamachi Train Station. Guests can enjoy stayin
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