Situated on the Honshu island of the Kansai region, Kyoto is a magical city where the past and present come together as harmoniously as its natural and human environment. It has a rich historical and cultural heritage as seen in its ancient Buddhist and Shinto shrines and imperial palaces in the same space as it has beautiful gardens and thick forests. This interplay of human and natural elements gives Kyoto its unique landscape of temple roofs popping blending with treetops.
Kyoto is also known for entertainment. Kaiseki dining, often called the world's finest meal, is a comprehensive dinner of many courses that is still very popular here. Gion district is where you'd find Geishas -- or, since you're in Kyoto, Geikos -- women trained in the traditional arts. The city is associated with a lot of special dishes, each of which you can enjoy in its traditional teahouses and restaurants, all set amidst a sea of flowers and spectacular gardens.
Trains, subways, buses, taxis
Cleanliness: High, Efficiency: High
Train: 5070 from Kyoto to Nagoya for a non-reserved seat
Subways: 1200 Yen one day card, unlimited use one day
Buses: 500 Yen One day card, unlimited use one day
Taxis: 276.81 for 1 mileSuggest an Edit - Share your experience
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|Bottle of Wine
|Cigarettes (20 Pack)
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|Ticket in local transport (Single way).
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Just like the day, Kyoto at night is a unique combination of tradition and modernity. The result is a nightlife that is ecstatic and euphoric, which happens in restaurants and bars. You can find traditional entertainment in some parts of the city and in others, western. True to form, every bar serves both local and foreign drinks. All of that set against a dark city with special brightlights at places like Shinto shrines.
Osaka International Airport 50 Km - ITM
NRT - Narita Airport
Start Tariff: JPY 590.00
1 Km. Tariff: JPY 172.00
1 Hour Waiting Tariff: JPY 2000.00
Monthly Average Temperature & Rainfall
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