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Explore Kyoto learn about its history and visit its most beautiful sights! Nijo Castle the Kyoto Imp...
Offered by City Discovery
...s Nijo Castle and the ornate gardens of Kinkaku-ji Temple. Visit the Kiyomizu Temple and the Kyoto Imperial Palace, once...
Explore the cultural treasures of Kyoto and Nara on this full-day tour from Kyoto. In the morning, visit UNESCO Wor...
4 hours 30 minutes
Soak up temple and palace sights on this half-day guided city tour, great for those who want to see Kyoto’s top att...
6 to 7 hours
...o on a sightseeing tour to Nijo Castle, Kinkaku-ji Temple (Golden Pavilion), Kyoto Imperial Palace and the Kyoto Handicr...
Full-day: 8 hrs (approx.) <br />OR<br />Half-day: 4 hrs (approx.)
...d Heritage sites such as Nijo Castle or Kinkaku-ji Temple (Golden Pavilion) to explore with a professional guide. Select...
This is an affordable yet culturally-enriching bus trip from Osaka to Kyoto and Nara.Tour stops at Kyoto Arashiyama...
...lish-speaking guide and see landmarks such as the Kinkaku-ji Temple. Benefit from some free time to explore on your own.
During this half-day private tour you’ll explore 2 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kyoto. Visit the Castle of Nijyo jyo a...
This 3-hour private walking tour of Kyoto’s beautiful Japanese gardens takes you to several Zen Buddhist temples wi...
Garden and landscape design is an art form that has shaped Japanese aesthetics for centuries. On this 3-hour schola...
This is a half day tour of visiting Nijo castle and Kinkakuji Temple,representative tourist spots in Kyoto. Nijo wa...
Welcome to the tea room just a one minute walk from Kinkakuji temple, one of the world heritage sites in Kyoto. You...
Take the stress out of exploring Kyoto on your own on a seven-hour tour with a private guide. Go to ...
...out by visiting the UNESCO Sites of the Kinkaku-ji Temple, the Ryoanji Rock Zen Garden, the Nijo Castle, the Nishiki Fis...
Kinkaku-ji, the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most popular tourist attraction in Kyoto.
Kinkaku-ji, the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most popular tourist attraction in Kyoto. The original complex was built in 1397, but the present structures date from 1955, rebuilt after the pavilion was burnt down in 1950 by a monk while the rest of the buildings had been destroyed during the 15th century Onin War. The top 2 storeys of the 3-storeyed Golden Pavilion are covered in gold-leaf, and each floor exhibits its individual architectural style. Highlights include the relics of the Buddha, the bronze phoenix on the roof, the shakkei gardens, and reflecting pond with an islet representing Japan.
1 Kinkakujicho, Kita Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 603-8361, Japan
The Hirano Jinja is a small 8th century shrine that is popular during hanami for its beautiful cherry blossoms
The Kitano Tenmangu Shrine dedicated to exiled poet Sugawara no Michizane was built in 947 AD to appease his angry spirit
The Imamiya Shrine was built in 994 to appease gods and ward off the disease that was plaguing Heian-kyo (Kyoto)
The Daitokuji is a large Zen Buddhist temple complex with 24 smaller sub-temples, of which 8 are open to the public
The Ninna-ji Temple was originally built in 888 AD by the Emperors Koko and Uda to venerate the Amida Buddha, but was largely destroyed by fire in the 15th century, with most of the present structures built in the 17th century sponsored by the Tokugawa Shogunate