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ArashiyamaNearby City

4.6/51,295 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
The area along the Kurokawa River, which flows through the western part of Kyoto City, is known as Arashiyama, and is a famous tourist attraction in Kyoto. Arashiyama has be the subject of many poems since ancient times. The cherry blossoms in spring and the red maple in autumn are famous sights. The beautiful scenery of the wild bamboo forest also reveals the unique charm of Kyoto. There are many famous temples and shrines scattered in the scenic area. The Katsuragawa and Togetsukyo Bridges starkly contrast with the mountains that stand behind them.
Kamo River

Kamo RiverNearby City

4.5/5404 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
Kamo River is a popular river that flows through the center of Kyoto. Featuring a beautiful landscape with clear water, the river is lined with walking paths and cycling paths, and couples can often be seen snuggled up on the banks as waterfowl play and hunt in the riverbed. It is particularly beautiful in cherry blossom season as the cherry trees on both banks spring into bloom and egrets play in the river. In summer, traditional Kawatoko cuisine at the riverside restaurants gives visitors a rare taste into the life of Kyoto.
Arashiyama Bamboo Grove

Arashiyama Bamboo GroveNearby City

4.6/5184 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
Visitors to Kyoto have likely heard about Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. The famous bamboo grove is almost otherworldly as visitors pass into the forest with towering bamboo stalks on either side. With a slight breeze, the leaves rustle as the entire forest sways. It’s a magical experience. Access to the bamboo grove is easy from the main street in Arashiyama. There are also are wealth of small shops and things to see in Arashiyama. Truly, no visit to Kyoto would be complete without walking through the bamboo grove. It’s a must-see attraction.


5/51 Reviews
Port of Kobe

Port of KobeNearby City

4.7/5467 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
The Port of Kobe, situated on the northwest side of Osaka Bay, is one of the world's most important container ports. The area has been home to a large number of foreigners ever since the Meiji period, and it exudes an exotic charm. Today it is a popular tourist destination in the city of Kobe, where many local residents and tourists from all over the world come to relax, eat, and shop. Kobe Port Tower and the Mosaic Ferris Wheel are iconic landmarks in the port.
Mt. Wakakusa

Mt. WakakusaNearby City

4.5/5193 Reviews
March 3rd Saturday - December 2nd Sunday: 9:00-17:00 (Local time)
If the Caoshan is located near Dongda Temple and Kasuga Taisha, visitors can climb during the Spring Festival and autumn. You can see the scenery of Nara by climbing the upper mountainside. At the top of the mountain, there is a sacred tomb in the front and a round, and you can stand on the top of the mountain at night to enjoy the night view of Nara. If the famous activity of Caoshan is the Ruocao Mountain, it is a traditional event in which fireworks and fire-burning mountains are held in January each year.
Mount Rokko

Mount RokkoNearby City

4.5/5226 Reviews
9:30-21:00 (Local time)
To the north of Kobe City sits the green and vibrant Mount Rokko. The view changes throughout the four seasons, creating picture perfect scenes for visitors. It is also part of Setonaikai National Park. The top of Mount Rokko is a spacious plateau with a golf course, an observatory, a botanical garden, a pasture, a forest, and many other entertainment options. At night, visitors can see the "Million Dollar Night View" of Kobe City and its harbor.
Kazugayama Genshirin

Kazugayama GenshirinNearby City

4.5/580 Reviews

Sarusawa-ikeNearby City

4.3/598 Reviews
Otowa Mountain Fall

Otowa Mountain FallNearby City

4.5/570 Reviews