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Kyoto area by area

Where to stay
Recommended accommodations in Kyoto

Ryokan
Recommended ryokans in Kyoto

Arashiyama quiet area away from the city center, home to many important temples and other attractions

Central Kyoto the commercial heart of the city

Fushimi Inari famous Shinto shrine from which start the paths to go up the nearby hill

Gion the "geisha district", one of the areas where you can "breathe" an atmosphere of ancient Japan

Higashiyama (center) "old style" area of Kyoto near the famous temple Kiyomizudera

Higashiyama (south) the south of the famous Higashiyama district, where you can find the Sanjusangendo and the Kyoto National Museum

Imperial Park immense Imperial Park surrounding the Kyoto Imperial Palace

Kyoto Station modern and very lively area around the main station of the city

Kurama and Kibune
two small towns in the mountains north of Kyoto, connected by a path through the woods and temples

Mount Hiei
a mountain near Kyoto, in the midst of its forests there is an important Buddhist temple, the Enryakuji

Nijo Castle the castle of the city

Northern Kyoto the large northern area, where there are some of the most famous temples of the city

Ohara quiet rural area just outside of Kyoto where there are some interesting temples

Oharano
another rural area, south of Kyoto, with some temples almost unknown to tourists

Okazaki the area around the Heian Shrine, considered the "cultural center" of Kyoto because some museums are located there

Philosopher's Walk
a path along a canal surrounded by cherry trees, with some interesting temples nearby

Uji
the "japanese capital of green tea", a small town south of Kyoto, rich in history




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