Kyoto Guide with Kyoto attractions including all UNESCO World Heritage Sites, tours, hotels, itinerary, geisha, gardens, Cherry Blossom and Autumn Leaves.
Kyoto is one city in Japan not to miss. Kyoto features some of the greatest beauties from old Japan, which were lost in more recent times from other parts of Japan. Kyoto is famous for many things including 1600 Buddhist temples, 400 Shinto Shrines, 17 World Heritage Sites, beautiful Japanese gardens, delicate cherry blossom in Spring, stunning red and orange Autumn leaves. Kyoto is one of the last places where you can still see Geisha walking in the streets. Kyoto is a former capital of Japan and features four major Imperial Properties. Kyoto is two and a half hours by train from Tokyo, to the south west, in the Kansai Region.
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Byodoin Temple is a famous Buddhist temple which appears on the 10 Yen coin. Byodoin Temple is in tea making area of Uji near Kyoto. Byodoin Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and forms ...
Daigoji Temple is famous for its five storied pagoda, cherry blossom viewing in spring and a traditional Japanese garden. Daigoji Temple, a classic Japanese Temple, is in Kyoto. Daigoji Temp...
Ginkakuji Temple - Silver Pavilion
Ginkaku-ji - Silver Pavilion is a Buddhist temple, that was built in the style of the Golden Pavilion, but was never completed with a matching cover of silver. Ginkaku-ji features some of th...
Gion is a district of Kyoto, home to many geisha houses and traditional tea houses. In the evenings you can see Geisha walking in Gion....
Heian Jingu Shrine
Heian Jingu is a Shinto Shrine in Kyoto. Heian Jingu is famous for having the largest torii in Japan and its beautiful Japanese Pond Garden (chisen-shoyu-teien or shinden-zukuri), which is o...
Kinkakuji Temple - Golden Pavilion
Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku) is the most famous Buddhist temple in Kyoto and probably Japan. Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku) is literally covered in gold leaf and is surround by beautiful Japanese ga...
Kiyomizu-dera Temple is a Buddhist temple, which is notable for its vast veranda, that offers impressive views of the Kyoto. Kiyomizu-dera Temple is one of the best known sights of Kyoto, be...
Nijo Castle in Kyoto includes Nimomaru Palace and the ruins of the Honmaru Palace, various support buildings and several beautiful Japanese gardens. Nijo Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Si...
Ryoanji Temple is a Buddhist temple, that houses a Japanese gardens which is considered to be one of the most notable examples of the "dry-landscape" style. This garden, which is the quintes...
Tenryuji Temple is the head temple of the Tenryu sect of Rinzai Zen Buddhism and the most important Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto. Tenryuji Temple possesses many Important Cultural Properties...
Byodoin Temple Kyoto
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