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RalineSArashiyama Bamboo Grove là một trong những điểm đẹp nhất nước Nhật. Đường đi bộ của chúng tôi cho phép bạn tận hưởng khu vườn Bamboo Grove và những điểm nhìn xung quanh trong khi tránh những người đông xấu xa nhất. Trung tâm của khu vực là khu vườn gỗ Arashiyama, một khu vườn rất ấm áp của hàng ngàn cây gỗ cao.
Jonathan HcOsaka là một thành phố ở vùng Kansai, Nhật Bản, ngoài việc là thành phố chính phủ của vùng Osaka, thành phố được chỉ định là một thành phố được chọn dưới luật tự chủ địa phương. Osaka là thành phố lớn thứ ba nhất Nhật Bản sau Tokyo và Yokohama.
RalineSNijo Castle là một lâu đài nằm trên mặt đất ở Kyoto, Nhật Bản. The surface area of 1the castle is 275,000 square meters (2 ha; 68 acres), which 8,000 square meters (86,000 sq ft) is occupied by buildings.
Arashiyama (嵐山) is a pleasant, touristy district in the western outskirts of Kyoto. The area has been a popular destination since the Heian Period (794-1185), when nobles would enjoy its natural setting. Arashiyama is particularly popular during the cherry blossom and fall color seasons.
#togetsukyo Bridge is Arashiyama's well known, central landmark. Many small shops, restaurants and other attractions are found nearby, including Tenryuji Temple.
# Arashiyama's famous bamboo groves and pleasure boats that are available for rent on the river.
Kiyomizuder literally "Pure Water Temple" is one of the most celebrated temples of Japan. It was founded in 780 on the site of the Otowa Waterfall in the wooded hills east of Kyoto, and derives its name from the fall's pure waters. The temple was originally associated with the Hosso sect, one of the oldest schools within Japanese Buddhism, but formed its own Kita Hosso sect in 1965. In 1994, the temple was added to the list of UNESCO world heritage sites.
Fushimi Inari Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in southern Kyoto which is famous for its trails of thousands of orange torii gates. All the torii gates are donated by individuals or companies and you can see the donor’s name written on each gate.
While many tourists come to visit the Fushimi Inari Shrine to explore these never-ending trails of torii gates, there are several shrine buildings in the compound that are really photogenic and worth exploring too! At the shrine’s main hall, you can pay your respects to the resident deity by making a small offering.
This shrine is easily accessible by train as it is conveniently located right next to Inari Station on the JR Nara Line. There is no entrance fee and the best time to visit is early in the morning if you would like to avoid the crowds.
#momentssg #japan #kyoto
Arashiyama Forest- This is one of the most popular place to visit when traveling in Kyoto. And after being there, I can totally understand why this forest is so popular!
An incredible sight of thousands of bamboo trees growing in this area, while taking a slow stroll along the pavement. It is a really easy walk which can be done by everyone.
For those who wish to take good photos of this place, I will encourage you to come really early because it can get super crowded, which means all of your photos will include the hundreds of visitors(like mine :D).
If you are looking for a even better experience, you can consider renting a kimono which will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the Japanese culture and bringing back the best memories along with your photos.
Traveling here is really easy with public transport and the admission to the main park is free of charge.
Highly recommended place to visit! #nationalpark #unforgettableexperiences #scenicspotguide #momentssg
%Arabica needs no introduction, they are undoubtedly the most popular coffee shop in Kyoto. Although the store itself is quite small, this particular store is located at the most scenic part of Arashiyama, overlooking the historic Togetsukyo Bridge and Katsura River, where you can enjoy both their excellent coffee and the beautiful scenery.
If you’re visiting Arashiyama, do give it a try! It’s always better to come early to avoid queues.
Address: 3-47, Sagatenryuji Susukinobabacho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto 616-8385 Japan
Highlights: Coffee with a view
Avg. Price per Person: ¥550
#momentsmission #café #unforgettableexperiences #scenicspotguide #decembertravel
I told myself long ago that wheb i get to visit Japan, i wanted to go to Kyoto to see the Geishas. Geishas are highly trained women in diverse arts such as singing, dancing, serving, instrument, theatre, languages etc). Traditionally Geisha's role is to entertain men, in modern days, they help provide chic and cheerful atmosphere for her clients in different occassion. For the japanese, to be served by a geisha is an honour.
I went to Geisha District Gion, and you can see many of them out in the streets, wearing traditional colourful kimonos.
There are a lot of things to do abd visit in Kyoto:
1. Arayashima Bamboo forest - this was magificient. It is different than the rainforest im used to.
2. Toji temple - it is part of the world heritage and makes nice picture as a memory. Kyoto is famous for buddisht temples, shinto shrines, majestic palaces and beautiful gardens
3. Japanese food trail..i love japanese food and kyoto is like the store house for japanese culture and heritage, food here is still usibg traditional ingredients and taste amazing, i had lots of tofu, eel and learned to prepare matcha drink properly.
4. Hike through Tori gates at Fushimi Inari and you will never experience anything like it.
5. Just wander around, get up early start your day early, just enjoy the stroll as the city restarts the day. Start early and you will appreciate what you see.
6. stay close to where the sights are as transportation can be costly
7. Visit and have a walk at the Philosopher's Path in Higashimaya along the cherry trees. it is a long walk of about 2km. but you will find it very pleasant.
8. There are a lot of shrines and temples to visit, they are eveywhere and have their own history
Kyoto is perfect to touch base with japanese heritage and it was a wonderful experience.
#hiking #nationalpark #awesomepic #couplestrip
Today, I came to the popular shop [Mimosa Kitchen]
One day, I went to an open-air takeout specialty store and complimented it with my family.
So I want to go to a cafe
I was the only one who came alone, but it's a bit cold sometimes
The patio chairs have your own blanket.
It's warm and warm
Pesticide-free roasted green tea, grape chiffon sandwich and pesticide-free beets
I want to make a hot latte)
It has a soft and creamy taste and is very tasty.
All the ingredients insist on no fuss and it's a delight to eat.
There is also a mimosa farm that grows naturally in front of the shop, which is locally produced for local consumption and inexpensive.
It's natural to be popular because it's safe and delicious.
I can say hello well.
I want to visit again someday
#mimosa Kitchen Cafe
Its famous Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku)—actually a pagoda made to house the sacred relics of the Buddha—has given this temple the popular name of Kinkaku-ji (“Temple of the Golden Pavilion”), however the official name of this branch temple of the Rinzai-sect Zen temple of Shokoku-ji is Rokuon-ji. The temple was designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
The Togetsu-kyo Bridge has been a landmark in Western Kyoto's Arashiyama District for over four hundred years. The wooden bridge spans the Katsura River in front of Arashiyama Mountain, offering incredible views.The bridge has often been used in historical films. It is also the site of an important initiation for local children. Young boys and girls (the latter clad in kimono) first receive a blessing from a local temple and then make their way across the bridge under orders to do so without looking back. If one ignores this instruction, it is said to bring bad luck as a result, so the stakes are high!