Founded in 1339 by the ruling shogun Ashikaga Takauji, this temple is dedicated to Emperor Go-Daigo. Tenryu-ji, officially known as Tenryu Shiseizen-ji, is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district and serves as the head temple of the Tenryu bra
Indulge yourself in the freshest seasonal food in the exquisite scenery of Arashiyama.
Nonomiya is the shrine that most people go to for luck in love and eduction!
Bamboo Alley (also known as the Bamboo Groves) in Arashiyama is a popular place to stroll or cycle around.
Arashiyama Station is a beautifully decorated train station located in Kyoto.
Established in 1967, a traditional eel (Unagi in Japanese) restaurant located in Arashiyama, Kyoto.
Onkashi-tsukasa Tsuruya Kotobuki is a wagashi (traditional Japanese confectioneries) shop specializing in sakuramochi, a rice cake wrapped in salted sakura or cherry blossom leaves.
This railway takes its passengers on a picturesque train journey through the mountains between Saga and Kameoka. Also known as Sagano Romantic Train or Sagano Torokko, the train ride boasts a different view according to season. In spring, visitors may enjoy mo
Situated right along the gentle streams of Katsura River and boasting a beautiful Japanese garden, Suiran, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Kyoto offers the perfect getaway for travellers seeking peace and quiet.
Located in central Arashiyama district, Ranzan offers accommodations with free wired internet access. Guests can refresh in the spacious public baths and relax by the traditional garden. Free Wi-Fi is available at the public areas
Musubi-an Arashiyama Guest House is situated in the Nishikyo Ward district in Kyoto, 700 metres from Bamboo Street . Free WiFi is available throughout the property and private parking is available on site.