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Fushimi Inari Shrine (Fushimi Inari Taisha)
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酒や米の神が祀られている伏見稲荷大社は、日本で一番古い神社の一つとして有名です。参道にある1万本以上の赤い鳥居のトンネルは稲荷山に続き、その景色は壮観です。5つの神社が森に点在し、神道のシンボルである神使の狐の石像がたくさん見かけられます。

稲荷山の美しい山道が続く伏見稲荷は、散策するには最適の場所です。参道に並ぶ美しい鳥居を上がっていくと京都の街並みが見渡せ、頂上から見る京都の街は絶景です。参道の途中にある茶屋で、美味しいきつねうどんを食べてみてはどうでしょう。

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Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion)
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金閣寺は、京都を代表する観光名所となっています。 この金色に輝くお寺は、内外に金箔を貼った3層の楼閣建築で、1397年に建立されました。1950年に焼失してしまいますが、1955年に再建され、創建当時の壮麗な姿が蘇りました。

金閣寺は、庭園式の鏡湖池池畔に建っています。池に映し出される金閣寺の美しい光景は「逆さ金閣」と呼ばれ、京都のシンボルとなっており、写真家などにも愛されています。 浄土庭園の形式が取り入れられ九山八海を表す大小様々な島が浮かんでいる鏡湖池は、貴族が舟遊びを楽しんだと言われています。

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Gion Corner
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The refined traditional arts of Japan are highlighted for visitors at Gion Corner, an entertaining and informative nightspot. From tea ceremony to the twang of the Koto, Ikebana floral arranging to puppet plays, Gion Corner dramatizes and explains the ins and outs of the esoteric world of Japanese traditions. There are two performances each evening, plus an on-site photo gallery and the opportunity to experience tea house hospitality at a traditional Kyoto banquet, hosted by geisha.
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Kamogawa River (Kamo River)
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Strolling along the Kamo River (also referred to as Kamogawa River) at night is a quintessential Kyoto experience. The fourth longest river in Kyoto spans from the northeastern most parts of the city southwest to the Katsuragawa River. The most popular section of the river runs through the famous geisha district of Gion. In warmer months, the river becomes a popular spot for picnics, walks, and people watching.

A walking path along the river’s edge gives way to stretches of parkland, perfect for enjoying an afternoon or evening. Restaurants situated above the river light up at night, illuminating the river below. There are five bridges that span the Kamo River. More adventurous travelers may enjoy finding each of them. Along with the Seine in Paris or the Tiber River in Italy, the Kamo River is a favorite spot among locals.

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Kiyomizu-dera Temple
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清水寺は798年に創建された長い歴史を持つ寺院で、何世紀にも渡り寺院建築に影響を与えてきました。古都京都の文化財としてユネスコ世界遺産に登録されています。

本堂にある有名な「清水の舞台」からは、境内にある庭園や神社はもちろん、京都市内の素晴らしい景色が見渡せます。

清水寺の本堂までは急な傾斜の階段が続きますが、境内には休憩できる茶屋やレストランがあります。自分のペースで日本が誇る世界遺産の清水寺をゆっくり楽しみましょう。

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Nijo-jo Castle
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世界遺産・二条城は初代徳川将軍の正式な宿所として1603年に完成したお城です。堀や壁、秘密の通り道などによって堅固に要塞化されたお城は、将軍の力を見せつけ、周囲を脅かす存在でした。

正門である東大手門をくぐると、その中には二の丸御殿と本丸御殿の二つのお城があります。

二の丸御殿は芸術品の宝庫。見事な絵画が施された襖や壁や金箔の天井など見どころが満載です。歩くと音が鳴る床「うぐいす張りの床」は外部侵入者の危険を探知する為に設けられたとされています。

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Nishiki Market
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From sushi fish to kitchen knives, you’ll find everything under the sun relating to food at Nishiki Market. The covered market is a foodie's wonderland, and provides fascinating glimpses into the shopping and eating habits of Kyoto's locals, chefs and families. Pick up produce to prepare in your hotel/apartment if you’re self-catering, or choose from a staggering array of ready-to-eat snacks, sweets and drinks. This is a great place to pick up a Kyoto souvenir with a difference, from authentic cooking equipment to green tea or photographs of this colorful market.

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Kyoto Imperial Palace (Kyoto Gosho)
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京都御所にはもうすでに皇族は住んでいませんが、まだ美しい施設が現存されています。御所を囲む清楚な京都御縁は京都の憩いの場として有名です。

1868年東京奠都で天皇は東京の皇居に移りましたが、天皇は京都の皇居(京都御所)の保存・旧観維持を指示しました。京都御所の参観は、予約不要の春秋の特別公開と、事前の予約が必要な一般公開があり、宮内庁で予約ができます。御所の中でも、即位の礼や節会が行われた紫宸殿、天皇の住まいであった清涼殿、御進講や和歌の会に使用された御学問所、セレモニーが行われた春興殿などは有名です。 京都御苑はたくさんの樹木がや花が生育しており、緑に溢れています。池にはコイが泳ぎ、桜の花見も有名で京都の風情を感じながらゆったりとくつろげる公園です。

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京都の他の観光スポット

Yasaka Shrine (Gion Shrine)

八坂神社

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Host to Japan’s most famous festival, Gion Matsuri, Yasaka Shrine is located in the heart of Kyoto. Yasaka Shrine dates back to the 7th century, when it was known as Gion Shrine for its location near the Gion district, famous for the geisha that live and work there. The shrine consists of several buildings. The main hall houses an inner sanctuary and a secondary hall. One of the most prominent features of the shrine is a large stage out front lined with hundreds of lanterns. One of the most popular times to visit the shrine is in the evening or at night, when the lanterns light the stage. The annual Gion Matsuri festival began more than 1,100 years ago at Yasaka Shrine. In modern times, it takes place every July. Originally, the festival sought to expunge the city of illnesses. Today, the festival celebrates craftwork. Intricate fabrics, textiles, and sculptures adorn floats that men carry through town. Music, costumes, and street food contribute to the festive atmosphere.

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Sanjusangen-do Temple

三十三間堂

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Built in 1164, Sanjusangendo Temple impresses in scope, size, and detail, with 1001 statues of Kannon, the goddess of mercy, flanking the main image of a giant, seated Kannon. Carved in the 12th and 13th centuries, the statues are arranged in 50 columns, each two rows deep. It's said that the Kannon witness and protect against human suffering. To aid in their mission, the Kannon are equipped with 11 heads and 1,000 arms.

"Sanjusangendo" translates to hall with thirty three spaces between the columns," describing a traditional measurement system. The wooden temple building extends 118 meters (387 feet), making it the longest of its kind in the world. Originally built for former emperor Go-Shirakawa, the Temple today remains a religious destination and popular tourist stop. It represents some of the most exquisite Japanese Buddhist sculpture and architecture in the country.

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Tenryu-ji Temple

天竜寺

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Ranked number one of Kyoto's five great temples, Tenryu-ji celebrates a history dating back to 1339 and stands in dedication and memory to an ancient emperor. Many of the temple buildings have been destroyed over the centuries, but the temple's landscape garden remains much the same today as it did in the 14th century.

The garden boasts a clever and unique design that marries imperial taste with zen aesthetics. Lush foliage lines a shimmering pond, and as visitors walk from one end of the pond to the other, it appears as though the seasons change in front of their eyes. Intricate stonework on one hill represents a mountain stream cascading into the pond, while in another area stones appear to be carp fish. Visitors seek out the garden to be transported to another time.

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Togetsu-kyo Bridge

渡月橋

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Once a destination for nobles, the Arashiyama district of Kyoto boasts small-town charm and beautiful mountainside views. Today, the popular neighborhood attracts tourists and nature lovers. The scenic neighborhood’s iconic landmark, Togetsukyo Bridge spans the Katsura River and provides panoramic views of lush mountainside foliage, gentle river swells, and local fisherman navigating the shoreline. The bridge’s history extends back 400 years and has been featured in many historical films.

Crossing Togetsukyo Bridge is a highlight of any visit to Arashiyama. From feeding carp fish over the railing to enjoying the splendor of cherry blossoms in the spring and fall foliage, the bridge is a gateway to a simple, stunningly scenic way of life. Another popular way to see the bridge is by a boat ride along the river.

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Sagano

嵯峨野

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Often mistaken for the Arashiyama district of Kyoto, Sagano expands north of the Togetsukyo Bridge in Kyoto. The tranquil area encompasses some of Kyoto’s most stunning landscapes. With rural residential areas, mountains dotting the horizon, fields ablaze with color and a famous bamboo forest, Sagano may just be one of Japan’s prettiest (and lesser known) spots.

By far, Sagano is best known for its bamboo groves. Walking trails wind through the forest, with thin, tall bamboos lining either side. Sun light filters through the narrow trunks, casting shadows along the path. Beyond the grove, one of the best ways to experience Sagano is on bicycle. In addition to the bamboo groves, there are numerous temples to explore, as well as the river and the well-traveled bridge. This idyllic nook on the outskirts of Kyoto should not be missed.
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Sannenzaka Ninenzaka

三年坂 二年坂

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Ryoan-ji Temple & Garden

龍安寺

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龍安寺は、京都にある臨済宗妙心寺派の寺院で、京都を代表する観光名所です。「古都京都の文化財」として世界遺産に登録されており、日本で最も有名な石庭の一つがあります。どの角度から眺めても必ず1個の石は他の石に隠れて見えないよう設計されており、石庭には、毎日何百人もの訪問客が訪れます。もともとこの寺は貴族の住まいでしたが、1450年に開山されました。寺にある、襖には伝統的な日本画が描かれていて、美しい禅寺の台所や畳が敷かれて寺の内部が見学できます。

                          この寺の名物の石庭を見学していると、訪問客はこのミニマリズム的に設定された庭が表現する意味を考えながら瞑想にふけることができます。玉石がひき詰められた長方形の庭には表面に無造作に生えたコケが散在する15個の岩が配置されています。見る人によれば、この庭は不老不死の象徴だといい、また、永遠に伸びる海を想像させるなど、捉え方は色々です。龍安寺の境内には鏡容池があり、周囲は回遊式庭園となっています。思わずうっとりとしてしまう魅力的な設定です。

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Tofuku-ji Temple

東福寺

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Few places on earth are more breathtakingly beautiful than Fall in Tofucku-ji Temple. During cool autumn months travelers and locals make the journey to this Zen temple in southeastern Kyoto that’s known for its incredible colors and brilliant Japanese maples. Visitors climb to the top of Tsutenkyo Bridge, which stretches across a colorful valley full of lush fall foliage in fiery reds and shocking oranges.

Visitors who make their way to Tofuku-ji other times of year can still wander beautiful temple grounds and explore places like the Hojo, where the head priest used to reside. Well-kept rock gardens provide the perfect spot for quiet contemplation and a stone path near the Kaisando is lined with brightly colored flowers and fresh greenery that’s almost as beautiful as the Japanese maples this temple is famous for.

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Kennin-ji Temple

建仁寺

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The oldest and one of the most important Zen temples in Kyoto, Kennin-Ji was founded in the year 1202 by a monk. Situated near the famous Geisha district of Gion, Kennin-ji attracts Buddhist monks on pilgrimage, as well as religious locals and tourists, and curious explorers.

The main hall is a bastion of solemnity. The architecture features rooftops that curve upwards toward the sky, as if in prayer. The original temple complex contained seven buildings, but fires throughout the centuries destroyed many. The temple was rebuilt in the mid-thirteenth century and again in the sixteenth century. Today three outstanding buildings remain: the Dharma Hall, the principal building; a tea house; and the Imperial Messenger Gate. Interestingly, the gate dates back to the 12th or 13th centuries, and today marks from stray arrows during battles can still be seen.

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Nanzen-ji Temple

南禅寺

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It is not every day that a retirement home is converted into a temple. After Emperor Kamayema’s death in 1305, however, this is exactly what happened. Named the Nanzenji Temple, it is now one of the most important Zen temples in Japan. The Nanzenji Temple complex includes multiple buildings and several subtemples. Walking paths wind through the complex.

An impressive, large gate—the Sanmon entrance—welcomes visitors to the temple. The gate memorializes the soldiers who died in the battle for Osaka Castle in 1615. Visitors can make their way up to a balcony on the gate, which affords an incredible view of Kyoto and beyond. Trees line both sides of the pathway through the complex, and mountains dot the distant horizon. One of the popular spots on the premises is a zen rock garden, with formations many believe look like tigers swimming through the water.

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Heian Shrine (Heian Jingu)

平安神宮

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No wonder this serene destination was once featured in "Lost in Translation" the Heian Shrine is easily one of Kyoto's most beautiful. Built in 1884 to mark the 1,100th anniversary of the city, and was dedicated to its first and last emporer's, it is an astounding two-thirds scale replica of the Imperial Palace of the Heian period, and is just as beautiful.

On a nice day, a tour through the stunning bridge and onto any one of its four majestic gardens will relax any weary traveler. Whether it is through the iris, filled pond of the Nishi Shin'en, writing a haiku next to one of the radiating weeping cherry trees of the Heian-style Minami Shin'en, or just taking a leisurely stroll through the magnificence of the stone pillars in the Naka Shin'en, your visit to the Shrine's gardens is a sight that will not be soon forgotten.

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Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum

月桂冠大倉記念館

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Just because it is a museum does not mean that the Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum is not functional. This operational sake brewery introduces visitors to the history and technical components of sake brewing. Located in the heart of an old sake brewing district, many of the buildings and breweries have been standing since the Edo era. Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum itself was founded in 1637, making it one of the region’s oldest breweries.

The charm of this Museum is its attention to detail. The brewery is in an old-fashioned, traditional sake house. Japanese songs about sake and sake brewing play throughout the museum. One of the main displays features over 6,000 brewing tools, considered by many to be cultural relics. Of course, the highlight of the tour is the sake tasting itself, where some of the area’s best is on display.

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Jojakko-ji Temple

成覚寺

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Jojakko-ji Temple is not an ordinary temple; it was built on the side of a mountain in the thick of a famous bamboo grove. Finding it feels like an adventure, and climbing to the top feels like a workout. The view of Kyoto from the top of Jojakko-ji Temple rewards the effort mightily.

Located in the idyllic Arashiyama district of Kyoto, Jojakko-ji Temple was built in the 1500s, and the journey to it is all uphill from its gate. Its steep staircase leads to multiple buildings, including a main hall and a pagoda that houses a Buddha. The sites along the way offer respites from the climb, and one of the most popular of these resting points is a mossy area with the bamboos directly overhead. The top of the pagoda offers an incredible view over the city, and this hidden gem of a temple is undoubtedly worth the train ride out to Arashiyama.

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Shimogamo-jinja Shrine

下鴨神社

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More than 200 years before Kyoto would be named the capital of Japan in 794, construction on the Shimogamo Shrine began. One of the most important Shinto shrines in Japan and one of the 17 Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Shimogamo Jinja rests at the intersection of the Takano and Kamo rivers in the midst of 600 year old trees in the ancient Tadasu no Mori forest.

Throughout the more than 1,000 years that Kyoto reigned as Japan's capital city, the Imperial Court patronized the Shimogamo Shrine and its neighbor, Kamigamo Shrine, to bring food fortune, protection, and prosperity to the city. Today, the 53 buildings in the shrine complex provide a respite from city life, welcoming visitors into a natural setting where peace and tranquility abound.

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