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, a three-story pavilion covered in gold leaf. Another notable attraction is the Fushimi Inari Shrine, known for its thousands of vermilion torii gates. The city is also home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the historic temples of Nishi Hongan-ji and Higashi Hongan-ji.

Kyoto is also famous for its traditional arts and crafts, including pottery, textiles, and sweets. The city is particularly famous for its tea ceremony, a traditional Japanese ritual that involves serving tea in a serene and peaceful setting.

In recent years, Kyoto has become a popular tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors from Japan and around the world each year. Despite its popularity, however, the city has managed to maintain its traditional character and charm, making it a unique and unforgettable place to visit.

Our Kyoto tours

We offer private guided tours in Kyoto. Our guide will take you popular destinations as well as less known hidden gems in Kyoto.

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