Xandra BloggersBest word to describe is this the best one-day-trip I ever took part in. I was there with my classmates. We could taste also the tofu ice-cream in Arashiyama. Oh and also this place is full of monkeys. So becareful if you want to feed them.
_GG***63I have always been in awe whenever I get to set my feet at Kyoto.I love the rustic and crisp aura it’s exudes.My love to green tea products , anything about matcha I had this perfect picturesque meet up with this overly yummy and delightful treat
Yasmina IroOne of the most celebrated temples in Japan, this is a must if you are visiting Kyoto! Associated with one of the oldest schools of buddhism, this wooden temple is a beauty and historic site that must be seen.
翱翔的大鲨鱼The Hozu River is located in the mountain gorge of Arashiyama with a total length of 16 kilometers. It used to be the central hub of water transportation. With the opening of the San'in Main Line tram, water transportation routes dominated by rafts and cargo ships gradually withdrew from the stage of history. Now, the Hozu River provides an adventure canoe experience. The most exciting thing is the rapids in the middle of the journey. The flowing water hits the rocks and arouses the white waves, which is both thrilling and exciting! Where the current is slow, you can look at the nature of Hozu Gorge that rises on both sides of the river, and the scenery is completely different in spring, summer, autumn and winter. The boat is operated by 3 to 5 professional crew members. Everyone can rest assured to board the boat. Also, you can purchase the same day ticket directly at the boat station outside the popular season. It is most suitable for impromptu friends.
Rinchan伏見稲荷大社、KyotoFushimi Inari Taisha is an important Shinto shrine in southern Kyoto. It is famous for its thousands of vermilion torii gates, which straddle a network of trails behind its main buildings. The trails lead into the wooded forest of the sacred Mount Inari, which stands at 233 meters and belongs to the shrine grounds.Fushimi Inari is the most important of several thousands of shrines dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. Foxes are thought to be Inari's messengers, resulting in many fox statues across the shrine grounds. Fushimi Inari Shrine has ancient origins, predating the capital's move to Kyoto in 794.