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Togetsukyo Bridge is a popular spot for sightseeing in Arashiyama.
Randen (Arashiyama Station)
Arashiyama Station is a beautifully decorated train station located in Kyoto.
Kyoto Kitcho (Arashiyama)
Indulge yourself in the freshest seasonal food in the exquisite scenery of Arashiyama.
The Kimono Forest is located at the Arashiyama Station just a few minutes away from the Bamboo Forest. Walk through 600 colorful poles, filled with a variety of kimono fabrics representing the beauty of the Kyo Yuzen style. Visit the Kimono Forest in the evening to see the fabrics create an illuminated and mesmerizing pathway.
Established in 1967, a traditional eel (Unagi in Japanese) restaurant located in Arashiyama, Kyoto.
Founded in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji, this temple is dedicated to Emperor Go-Daigo. Tenryu-ji, officially known as Tenryu Shiseizen-ji, is the
Japaning Hotel Liv Ranrokaku
Japaning Hotel Liv Ranrokaku is set in the Nishikyo Ward district in Kyoto, 900 metres from Bamboo Street. Some units have a seating area where you can relax.
Located in a quiet neighborhood in Arashiyama district, Rangetsu offers Japanese-style accommodations with a private Hinoki cypress wood bath and free wired int
Located along the Katsura River in the western part of Kyoto, Arashiyama Benkei offers traditional Japanese accommodation with indoor and outdoor natural hot sp
Located in central Arashiyama district, Ranzan offers accommodations with free wired internet access. Guests can refresh in the spacious public baths and relax
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