Ninna-ji Temple is one of the many great temples in Kyoto which are listed as World Heritage Sites.
This museum is a fine arts museum of Domoto Insho, a famous Japanese artist from the 20th century.
This large temple complex in northwestern Kyoto includes about 50 sub-temples in addition to its main buildings. Myoshin-ji Temple is known as one of Japan's leading centers of Zazen or seated Zen meditation. The temple was founded in 1337 when Emperor Hanazon
Kinkaku-ji is a Zen temple in northern Kyoto where the top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf.
Located in northwest Kyoto, Hirano Shrine was established in the year 794 when the capital was transferred to Heian-kyo from Nagaoka-kyo. During the cherry blossom season, the shrine stays open until 8 pm.
Located in the northwest of Kyoto, Taizo-in is the oldest sub-temple of the Myoshin-ji Rinzai Zen Buddhist temple.
Founded in Kyoto, this cosmetics company has a number of beauty stores in Kyoto as well as at several major airports across the country. They offer a selection of products, including facial oil blotting paper, lip balms, soaps, lotions, moisturizers and more.
These granite figures can be seen on the way to the Kitano Tenmangu shrine. Exit the east side of Kitano Tenmangu Shrine (to the right of the main shrine building as you face it) and turn left along the outer wall of the shrine. At the first corner, turn l
Kitano Tenmangu is familiarly known as “Kitano Tenjin-san” to the locals in Kyoto. The shrine was established in 947 and is especially popular during festivals and holidays. On the 25th of each month, the shrine holds a festival and is open from 6:00 to 21:00.
Located within a 10-minute walk from popular Kinkaku-ji Temple and Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine, Hotel Chrysantheme Kyoto offers simple accommodation with free WiFi. Guests can rent bicycles to explore the local areas.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Kyoto Guest House Yaezakura offers accommodation in Kyoto, 500 metres from Kinkaku-ji Temple. Free private parking is available on site.
Only a 3-minute walk from Kinkaku-ji Temple, Sakura Komachi offers private and dormitory-style rooms. A free-use PC is located at the lobby and guests can enjoy refreshments at the café.