A visit to Japan with your elite escort companion is certainly not finish without visiting its social and cultural center – Kyoto. You can take a bullet train or “shinkansen” from Tokyo Station to Kyoto Station. Kyoto is in Kansai district and was the Imperial Capital of Japan. Because of its memorable esteem, Kyoto’s cherished sanctuaries, temples, various parks, and palaces were saved from air assaults and nuclear bomb amid World War II.
Here are some reasons why you should visit Kyoto with your elite travel companion:
- Kiyomizu-dera Temple
This temple is a standout amongst the most commended sanctuaries in Kyoto. At the grounds, there is a great deal to see from pagodas, to delightful garden nurseries, and Buddhist sanctuaries. On the off chance that you are fortunate, you will see Japanese individuals wearing traditional garments. To reach Kiyomizu-dera, you need to stroll up at Matsubara Dori for around 15 minutes, stopping now and again to peruse the different shops and stalls along the way.
- Nishiki Market
Close tp Kiyomizu-dera Temple is Nishiki Market. This market is on a closed alley, and is composed of small stalls and shops. It is known to be “Kyoto’s Kitchen”. It offers culinary pleasures that Kyoto is known for. You and your elite companion can get diverse dishes that will fulfill your Japanese cravings such as sushi, desserts, pickles, dried fish, and other famous Japanese snacks.
- Since Kyoto Tower is wonderful around evening time
Kyoto Tower is the main thing you will see from the shinkansen when you arrive. This pinnacle is the tallest working tower in Kyoto. In a city brimming with memorable holy places and sanctuaries, this is tower (literally) stands above all others in Kyoto. There is a survey deck at the top that offers 360 degrees perspective of the city and on crisp mornings you may have the capacity to see Osaka. During the mornings, you and your elite companion will see a gorgeous view of the city!
- Fushimi Inari-taisha is the most amazing spot in the city
Fushimi Inari-taisha is a Shinto holy place. It is known for the large number of Torii doors that line up the way to the holy place. The doors are given by various organizations in Japan. A Torii entryway is a conventional Japanese door found in the passage of any Shinto place of worship. Fushimi Inari is the divine force of yields and horticulture. The Torii doors that arranged the strolling trail way to Mount Inari were simply entirely astounding.
- Arashiyama is its very own class
Tucked in a little zone somewhere near the mountains is Arashiyama. Arashiyama shouldn’t be missed! Since it is further far from the city, individuals will in general miss it, but you and your elite companion should make the trip. Arashiyama has the Japanese vibe you are searching for, from Japanese customary shops, ryokans (traditional Japanese visitor houses) and the curious Japanese eateries that serve kaiseki (vegan Japanese feast). The town’s setting is determined to a lovely scene – mountains, trees and a stream streaming in the middle. You will certainly appreciate this region amid spring and fall, wherein nature is hitting the dance floor with hues. If you and your elite companion are in Kyoto during these seasons, make sure to visit Arashiyama!
- Sagano Bamboo Forest
In Arashiyama, you can locate the popular Sagano Bamboo Forest. While you are there, don’t miss this place. The bamboo is so high and it nearly covers the sky. When you venture into the backwoods, you truly can’t resist the urge to respect the bamboo stalks develop towards the sky. The lighting in the woodland is so beautiful with a little sun coming through. The vibe and the light appear to invoke show of a supernatural land.
From the station, it is something like a 10-15 minute walk or you can generally contract rickshaw pullers to visit you around. If you visit during the high tourist season, it might be difficult to actually find a rickshaw to bring you to the Sagano Bamboo Forest, so make sure to visit early!
- Since Tenryu-ji Temple
Tenryu-ji Temple was established to love Gautama Buddha. It has been decimated by fire and wear throughout the years. The most recent development was made amid the Meiji Period, 1860’s to mid 1900’s. The sanctuary’s garden is one of the oldest in Japan, and houses hundreds of plant species that are native to Japan. The sanctuary plant garden is a site to see. NO matter what time of the year you and your elite companion will visit, there will always be something to see, from the blossoming flowers in the spring, to the beautiful red and orange leaves falling all around you during the autumn season.