At such a rich destination where there is so many things can go wrong and you can get lost, this is how you experience 24 hours in Kyoto the right way.
These 10 breathtaking cherry blossom spots all over Japan should be #1 on your bucket list. Where should you start your Hanami?
The art is a perfect example of attaining abstract concept, the meaning of the rock garden open for any interpretation to onlookers.
Meet Motokichi Yukimura. Since a Japanese foodie has published on YouTube his wildly entertaining and sickeningly good spontaneous cooking show of possibly the best omurice you can find in Kyoto last 2010, Chef Motokichi Yukimura’s humble Kichi Kichi Restaurant tucked in an alley in Kyoto has been fully booked.
Kinkakuji is another place in Kyoto you must add to your itinerary, and I recommend one traveling by foot from Ryoanji Temple instead of paying 230 yen to ride the bus.
Serendipitious ~ it’s what I called my experience at Vermillion espresso bar.
This is how you visit Arashiyama Bamboo Groves, the right way.
Absolutely no words to describe the Kiyomizudera Illumination. Beautiful.
There is no way you’re skipping Fushimi Inari Shrine. The Fushimi Inari Shrine is Kyoto’s most sacred Shinto Shrines in this contrasting Edo-Era-meets-refined-boulevard destination.