Experience history in Kyoto
Kyoto is an ancient capital with a history of 1200 years.
Five sites are registered as World Heritage Sites.
The ancient capital of Japan's history and culture, where you can tour shrines and temples, as well as Japanese tea shops and Japanese kimono rental shops.
Thousand torii trekking at Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine.
Kyoto Fushimi-Inari Taisha
It is the main shrine of 30,000 Inari shrines in Japan. It has a long history and was founded in 711 AD. It is believed that it will bring good luck in business and safety for the family, and is crowded with many worshipers. The biggest attraction of Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine is the view of the many vermilion-painted torii gates, known as ``Senbon Torii.'' These were used by people during the Edo period after 1603 AD to pray for wishes or to express gratitude for their wishes being fulfilled. It is said that this is due to the spread of dedication of torii gates.Senbon Torii is also a trekking course to Mt. It seems that it is.
Kyoto Uji Byodoin Temple
Byodoin Phoenix Hall, a World Heritage Site and featured on the Japanese 10 yen coin, is said to have been built about 1,000 years ago with the image of the Pure Land of Paradise. The Uji area of ??Kyoto City, where Byodo-in Temple is located, is also a famous teahouse in Japan. There are also tea shops lining the approach.
Kyoto Shimogamo Shrine
One of the world's cultural heritage sites and the god of matchmaking. In recent years, it has become popular as a beauty power spot.
Walking around Kyoto
Another way to enjoy the ancient capital of Kyoto is to stroll through the streets and cobblestone streets of Ninenzaka, Sannenzaka, Gion Hanamikoji, and the streets that give you a sense of Japanese history. You can enjoy various shops and Japanese food.