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1day Tour
(Most recomemended and popular on this site)

☆Around 9-10hours

☆55000yen a group until 3people (including tax) 

more 4people 2000yen extra for each additional person

☆Using public transport(NOT including, around 1500yen per person)

​☆Admission fees NOT included(need cash)

☆Lunch fee is NOT included. But we can take lunch break.

☆Includes traditional Japanese souvenir per person​

​☆Recommend starting early morning to avoid the crowds

01

Fushimi Inari Shrine

It's a pretty famous spot that has been ranked No1 by tourist magazines for 5 consecutive year.

Let's learn about the culture of shrines with me here.

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02

Arashiyama(bamboo forest)

It's one of kyoto's most impressive place. The 400M promenade is lined with tall bamboo trees, and is known as a spot where we can take a leisurely stroll through the quiet bamboo forest.

03

Kinkakuji

It's temple that every Japanese person has visited.

It's a popular tourist destination for Japanese people and is registered as a World Heritage Site.

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​Please choose one of the three

Image by Sorasak

04

​Kiyomizu temple and Five-story pagoda

​This is a recommended area. Kiyomizu temple is a sacred Buddhist temple that was founded in 778. It's a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Then, enjoy exploring the lovely alleys which are lined  with perfectly preserved traditional Japanese houses and building. There are a lots of street foods and souvenirs shops.

There is also a five-story pagoda. It's oldest wooden buliding in the world.

04

​Nijo Castle

​Nijo castle is very popular tourist destination because  tourists can actually get inside the buildings and feel the atmosphere of the Edo period. 

It's a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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04

Uji area

This is my favorite area. 

​We go to Byodo-in temple. It's famous for the Phoenix Hall drawn on a 10yen coin. It's a UNESCO World Heritage site.

It's also the famous location of uji matcha tea.

​You can do sightseeing, eat delicious food and drink!

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