One of Kyoto’s most iconic images—alongside Fushimi Inari’s torii tunnels and geisha-spotting in the Gion district—takes you to the west side of the city along the banks of the Hozu River in Arashiyama.
Takao is only an hour away from central Kyoto and is an attractive destination throughout the year for those who like the outdoors.
Take a walk, soak in the stunning scenery and reflect on life just like Kitaro Nishida did on the Philosopher’s Path in Kyoto.
Kyoto’s must-see attraction is the Kiyomizu-dera Temple, with its sublime architecture and stunning view over the city it is hard to wonder why.
With a Venetian atmosphere Omihachiman’s beautiful historical buildings and canal is one of those very rare off-the-beaten-path discoveries in Kansai.
Finding a spot to view the tree leafs changing in a metropolis may be difficult, but Tokyo’s Imperial Palace is the one spot you should not let pass by.
Engulved in beautiful maple trees in autumn and plum trees in the spring, visiting Kitano may ensure good academic performance or heal your bodily ailments.
Kyoto Palace Autumn Opening, a time to admire the amazing architecture and lush gardens hidden within the palace’s walls.