Discover temples, landmarks, museums and more attractions in Kyoto.
Transport yourself to a moment of enchantment with a stroll or a bike ride through the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove.
This Shinto shrine can be recognized by the thousands of vermilion torii gates leading to the top of Mount Inari.
Explore the enigma of these Japanese female figures.
Ginkaku-ji was the retirement villa for Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa, who gained inspiration from his grandfather’s gilded residence, Kinkaku-ji.
Venture to Kyoto’s oldest geisha district for a glimpse of traditional Japanese entertainment.
Escape into nostalgia walking through the historic Higayshima District, a perfect representation of olden-day Kyoto.
See the work of renowned potter Kawai Kanjiro.
Known as the “Golden Pavilion,” this Zen Buddhist temple is nothing short of breathtaking.
One of the more popular temples in Kyoto, the “Pure Water Temple” sits atop a mountain and boasts amazing views of the city.