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.
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.
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.
Journey to the dining mecca of Kyoto at what is arguably the city's most atmospheric street.