Category: Kyoto

  • Pontocho dining

    Pontocho dining

    Pontocho is a testament to Kyoto’s ability to preserve tradition while embracing modernity. It offers a unique glimpse into Japan’s past and present. Whether you are interested in history, dining, or entertainment, Pontocho has something to offer. Pontocho, Kyoto, stands as a captivating alleyway, rich in culture and history. This narrow street runs parallel to…

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  • Kyoto from Tokyo day trip by bullet train (Shinkansen)

    Kyoto from Tokyo day trip by bullet train (Shinkansen)

    If you are in Tokyo and you have only one day to visit Kyoto, then take a bullet train (Shinkansen). It takes one hour and 12 minutes one way. Kyoto from Tokyo Bullet train Shinkansen bullet train runs almost every 5 minutes during day time. So you never miss one. There are three types of…

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  • Kyoto tours

    Kyoto tours

    Kyoto is considered one of the most historically rich cities in Japan. It was the imperial capital of Japan for over a thousand years, and as such, Kyoto has many important cultural and historical sites, including temples, shrines, palaces, and gardens. One of Kyoto’s most famous attractions is the Golden Pavilion, also known as Kinkakuji,…

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