Located in Arashiyama, this small shrine is famous for its sub-shrine, the Geino Jinja Shrine, where professionals from the entertainment industry come to pray. With a large film studio close by, the shrine is often visited by media personalities. Travelers wi
Rokuoin Temple is located in Arashiyama. Inside the Zen temple there is also accommodation for women. A basic understanding of the Japanese language is recommended for visiting this place.
A lot of people visit Arashiyama to enjoy cherry blossoms in spring and autumn leaves in fall. Arashiyama is a nationally-designated Historic Site and Place of Scenic Beauty. The district is famous for the monkeys that reside in it as well as a large bamboo fo
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
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.
Arashiyama Station is a beautifully decorated train station located in Kyoto.
Only 5 minutes from JR Saga Arashiyama Station with the free shuttle, Sun Members Kyoto Saga offers Western rooms, free Wi-Fi at the lobby and a restaurant. Guests can rent a bicycle to explore the popular Arashiyama area.
Saga Grace Hotel features a hot public bath, a sauna and rooms with mountain views, a 10-minute walk from JR Saga-Arashiyama Station.
Renovated in 2014, Hotel Binario Saga Arashiyama offers a restaurant, a café and a public bath. JR Sagaarashiyama Train Station and Torokko Saga Station is just a minutes’ walk away. Free WiFi is accessible at all areas.