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1-Day Cultural & Historical Guided Tour of Kyoto and Nara
1-Day Cultural & Historical Guided Tour of Kyoto and Nara





Embark on an unforgettable cultural and historical journey starting with a convenient pick-up at Nihonbashi Exit 2 or Kyoto Station Hachijo Exit. The expert guides, fluent in English, Japanese, or Chinese, will accompany you throughout the day, making this experience accessible and informative. Explore Kyoto's Treasures Your first stop is the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kiyomizu-dera Temple. Admire the breathtaking views of the city from its iconic wooden terrace. Then, explore the charming streets of Nineizaka, Sanneizaka, Ishibei-koji Alley, Hanamikoji Street, and Yasaka Shrine. Next, immerse yourself in tradition by donning a beautiful kimono and strolling the ancient streets as you visit Kiyomizu-dera Temple for a perfect photo opportunity. Spend time at the world-famous Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine known for its ‘Senbon Torii’ (thousands of red gates). Explore the mystical forest paths and unique Ema (prayer plaques) shaped like white foxes, with various god expressions. In Nara, revel in the beauty of Nara Park, home to Todaiji Temple and Kasuga Taisha Shrine, and wander leisurely and encounter friendly, smart deer that you can feed. Todaiji Temple, also known as Suzumushi Temple, houses the Great Buddha and is a must-visit. As your day comes to a close, return to Osaka, enriched with insights into Jalan’s culture, history, and spirituality. Itinerary 8:30am: Pick-up from Nihonbashi Exit 2 9:50am: Pick-up from Kyoto Station Hachijo Exit 10am: Kiyomizu-dera Temple 1:30pm: Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine 4pm: Nara park 5:30pm: Return to Osaka
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Kyoto Sightseeing Taxi for 2 hours



Start your tour at the Kodaiji temple in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto. The 17th-century Zen Buddhist temple is a prized attraction for its stunning Momoyama Period architecture. Its outstanding features include the Hojo or Main Hall, Kaisando or Founder’s Hall, traditional teahouses, and Zen gardens. Visit the Otama-ya mausoleum, the resting place of Nene and Toyotomi Hideyoshi and marvel at the enshrined wooden statues, dedicated to its founders, made using the ancient Kodai-ji Makie technique. For an authentic Japanese experience, visit one of the many traditional teahouses located here. Follow it up by strolling through the rock garden and tsukiyama-styled garden and revel in its peaceful ambiance. Lastly, do not skip walking along the mesmerizing bamboo grove as you will treasure those memories for a long time to come. Continue Your Trip at the Kiyomizu-dera Temple The next stop is the popular Kiyomizu-dera Temple (or the Temple of the Pure Water Spring) in Eastern Kyoto. Built on the side of Mt. Otowayama, it covers an expanse of 130,000 square meters and includes over 30 buildings and monuments of cultural significance. You can begin by visiting the Main Hall, where the eleven-faced and thousand-armed Buddhist goddess Seiju Kannon is enshrined. Next, make your way to the viewing platform, which is suspended 13 meters above the hillside. It might surprise you to learn that the wooden platform was built without using a single nail. What’s more impressive, however, is the view from this vantage point. You will see countless cherry and maple trees in bright colors sprawling in every direction. Another highlight of this temple is the tourist-favorite Otowa Waterfall. It has long drawn pilgrims, who believe that drinking from the Otowa Spring can grant them a longer life, success at school, and good fortune in their love lives! The Jishu Shrine dedicated to the deity of love and matchmaking is also worth a visit. So are the Okunoin Hall, Koyasu Pagoda, Inner Sanctuary Stage, and Zuigudo Hall.