Category: Tours from Kyoto

  • Rickshaw tour Arashiyama

    Rickshaw tour Arashiyama

    A rickshaw tour in Arashiyama offers an intimate and unforgettable way to explore one of Kyoto’s most beautiful districts. It combines adventure, culture, and history, making it a perfect activity for travelers seeking a unique experience. Discover Arashiyama: Experience the Charm by Rickshaw Introduction to Arashiyama Arashiyama, located in the western part of Kyoto, Japan,…

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  • Hikone


    Hikone offers a blend of historical beauty, cultural depth, and delicious cuisine. It’s a must-visit for those exploring Japan’s heritage. The city’s charm lies in its ability to transport visitors back in time. Hikone Castle: A Must-See Attraction Built in 1622, Hikone Castle stands as a symbol of Japan’s feudal past. It’s one of only…

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  • Sekigahara Battlefield

    Sekigahara Battlefield

    A Journey Through Japan’s Pivotal History Sekigahara Battlefield is a must-visit for history buffs and travelers interested in Japan’s samurai era. It offers a deep dive into a pivotal moment that shaped Japan’s history. Introduction to Sekigahara Sekigahara Battlefield marks a significant site in Japan’s history. Located in Gifu Prefecture, this field was the stage…

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  • Himeji Castle tours

    Himeji Castle tours

    Japan’s Majestic World Heritage Site Himeji Castle stands as a masterpiece of Japanese architecture. Located in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture, it’s a shining example of medieval Japanese castle construction. Known as “White Heron Castle” for its brilliant white exterior, it resembles a bird taking flight. This castle is not just a cultural treasure but also…

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  • Miyajima tours from Kyoto

    Miyajima tours from Kyoto

    Nestled in the tranquil waters of the Seto Inland Sea lies Miyajima, an island revered for its breathtaking natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. At the heart of Miyajima’s allure is Itsukushima Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage site, known for its iconic “floating” torii gate. This mystical island, also known as Itsukushima, offers visitors a…

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  • Hiroshima day trip from Osaka and Kyoto

    Hiroshima day trip from Osaka and Kyoto

    If you are staying Osaka or Kyoto, it is possible to make a day trip to Hiroshima. In Hiroshima you can visit two World Heritage sites. For Hiroshima day trip from Osaka, you take Shinkansen from Osaka, and then join in a tour in Hiroshima. Ready-made Hiroshima day trip from Osaka Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku…

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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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