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Arashiyama

Upon hearing the word "Kyoto (京都)," many people think of temples and shrines as the best sightseeing spots, but that's not entirely true. There are many other places in this historic area, particularly in Arashiyama (嵐山), that you need to see and visit. Here are three of them! 1. Arashiyama...

Arashiyama (嵐山), Kyoto (京都) is one of Japan's best sightseeing spots. With its traditional atmosphere and beautiful views of cherry blossom trees during springtime, who wouldn't want to visit? If you don't know your way around, however, you could be wasting time and energy instead of enjoying its scenery. This...

With Kyoto (京都) being one of the biggest cities in Japan, it is rich in history and culture. One of the places in the city that exhibit these qualities is Arashiyama (嵐山). There are many notable tourist spots in this district, like Togetsukyo Bridge (渡月橋) and Daikakuji Temple (大覚寺),...

Kyoto Station (京都駅) is a major transportation hub, especially for foreign tourists who come to Japan. It is a terminal station housed in one of Japan's biggest buildings, and it consists of numerous shinkansen (bullet trains; 新幹線), buses, trains and other types of transportation. Besides this, it has numerous restaurants,...

Calling all gourmet foodies! Kyoto (京都) is one of the best places for you to try mouth-watering dishes. The city has a wide range of tasty choices when it comes to elegant food culture, and it has an excellent selection of restaurants serving high-quality meals. This gives every visitor a...

Japan has a reputation for being one of the most expensive countries to visit. And on top of this Kyoto especially is well known for being over-priced with many shrines and temples requiring you to pay an entrance fee to enjoy the city. This can be challenging for backpack...

Kyoto, the old capital of Japan, is known for its rustic and traditional charm. As extensive as the train network is, some of the temples and attractions are more accessible by bus. Bicycles are also available for rent and are usually priced around 1000 yen a day which gives...

Go for a wander in any Japanese park in a public area and you'll undoubtedly come across at least one statue of some historical figure or other, who you have no doubt never heard of before. Like most people, I usually have a brief glance at the memorial plaque...

Japan is a heavily populated island, and because of this, there doesn't appear to be as much nature and open space in comparison to other countries. However, one place where you can really enjoy Japan's beautiful scenery and landscape is in Kyoto, on a beautiful boat ride! Hozugawa-kudari - River...

Japan is well known as a country of nature and wonder. What better way to enjoy the seasons in Japan than being completely surrounded by leaves, flowers, and nature on a walk? Whatever season it is that you travel to Japan, there is something for you. Whether you want to...

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