A course that goes around to various popular tourist sites in Kyoto—a hot tourist destination where you can experience the history, food culture, and best parts of Japan.
5 minutes by free shuttle bus
JR Ogotoonsen Station
20 minutes by JR Kosei Line
JR Kyoto Station (Change trains from the Kosei Line to the Nara Line)
6 minutes by JR Nara Line
JR Inari Station
3 minutes' walk
A shrine with a 1,300-year-long history, this is the head shrine of about 30,000 inari shrines across Japan. The shrine is famous for its Senbon Torii, a beautiful, enchanting row of countless vermilion torii gates.
Keihan Railway Fushimi-inari Station
8 minutes by Keihan
4 minutes' walk
A Michelin 1 Star eel specialty restaurant on the elegant streets of Gion. Famous for its "uoke," a broiled eel dish served in a cedar bucket. Come try it in this relaxed atmosphere.
25 minutes' walk
Kiyomizu-dera Temple stands out naturally as one of the foremost tourist spots in Kyoto. It has many highlights, starting with the Kiyomizu stage, the three-story pagoda, and Otowa waterfall. It is also a famous spot to see cherry blossoms and autumn foliage. It's recommended to visit the temple at night to see their fantastic light ups.