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    If you have one day in Kyoto, Nijō Castle is a must-see. The castle lies in the heart of Kyoto and has a very scenic charm owing to the historical architecture as well as the castle's many manicured gardens, which are especially lovely throughout the year. Nijō Castle has deep roots in Japanese history dating back to the 16th century.
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    Kinkakuji Temple in Kyoto is a place significant not just to Zen Buddhists, but to all those who love beauty and magnificence. The gold-leaf-covered pavilion surrounded by tall pine trees and reflected in the calm lake waters is simply breathtaking!
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    Ryokan is a traditional inn that takes guest experiences very seriously. The beautiful bamboo cottages of the ryokan kyoto, combined with multi-course Kaiseki meals and luxurious spas all carved in traditional Japanese style, are a great way to make yourself feel welcome in the country. At ryokan’s, you are provided with futons placed on traditional tatami mats for sleeping, making it an exclusive experience all in all. The great thing about staying at ryokan Kyoto is that you get accustomed to traditional practices such as feeling comfortable walking around barefoot within the premises. To make you feel at home, ryokans provide a robe known as yukata to change into. Here is the top best ryokan in Kyoto.
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    About Kyoto

    Kyoto is an ancient city with over a thousand years of history. Before the Meiji Emperor moved the capital to Tokyo, it was the traditional home of the Japanese royal family. After thousands of years, from legends of ghosts and gods to history and culture, the air and atmosphere in Kyoto is filled with a great mystical charm. When Kyoto was constructed, its street layout and architecture was influenced by the style of Chang’an, and it still retains the same ancient charm. In the Higashiyama District, temples, shrines and altars embody the spiritual side to Kyoto, while the area around Arashiyama carries a classical and elegant atmosphere. No visit to Kyoto would be complete without a taste of traditional delicacies, a stroll along the flowered paths, or a fascinating geisha show.

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    Kyoto Transportation

    Flights :There is no airport in Kyoto. Most people will commute from Kansai International Airport in Osaka, and followed by taking the JR electric train and shuttle buses to Kyoto and the journey will take about 90 minutes.

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    Best Experience in Kyoto

    Highlights of Kyoto includes the visiting the spectacular Shinto temples, beautiful and yet elegant courtyard scenery and dances and singing by gorgeous Geisha. The rustic and antiquated feel of the place creates in Kyoto a placid and soothing environment.

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    Japanese
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    UTC +9
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    March-April, September-November
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    Japanese Yen
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    Police:110,Fire, Ambulance:119

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    Here are the best places to visit in Kyoto, including: Kiyomizu-dera Temple,Kinkaku-ji,Fushimi Inari Taisha
    Try Sichuan cuisine,Kaiseki,Tofu dishes
    The most economical, night bus, starting at night in the morning, but very tired. It seems to be around 7000. Basically, tourists use the Shinkansen, and you can see Mount Fuji on the road very clearly. It seems to be around 12,000.

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