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.
m34***49There are only 50 households in the small North Village. Most of the houses in the village were built in the middle and late Edo period, and 38 of them still used thatched roofs. Even the restaurants and shops built for sightseeing later insisted on using thatched roofs.
Longwen Temple is a rare tourist attraction in the vicinity of Kyoto. At first sight, the sight of the maple leaf is immediately smothered, where the red and golden maple leaves intersect to create Beautiful and layered maple leaves, there are no tourists to disturb, only a few chasing maples.
Kyoto City Nandan City, Kawabe-cho, Renjiang Kegou 1 (Komizobata-1Sonobecho Nie
Kyoto Miyama-cho is located in the center of Kyoto Prefecture and is the largest town in Kyoto Prefecture. It is also one of the largest three thatched cottages in Japan. There are more than 250 thatched houses built along the mountain in the town, but it is the most authentic Japanese countryside. The thatched cottages in Miyama-cho are very beautiful, patchy, quiet but not a calm. Most of the houses are used for ordinary residence, some are made into art galleries, and some are turned into folklore museums. It is very rewarding to go in and have a look. There is no public transportation in Miyama-cho, and you can only use the car for sightseeing. It takes only over an hour to drive from Osaka or Kyoto. The weather is cool in the summer, the scenery is beautiful and there are not many people. The one bed and breakfast in the village can accommodate 10-20 people. The decoration in the hotel is very authentic Japan. Feelings, and the accompanying small farms and the like, it feels great