From JR Kyoto station, you can visit two main spots, Fushimi Inari Shrine and Tofukuji temple, plus hidden interesting spots.
In particular, if you travel another city in the afternoon or reach Kyoto in the afternoon, this tour would be suited for you.
Let's keep your luggege at the station and visit two main spots plus hidden spots.
The tour basically use trains.
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Fushimi Inari Shrine
Serene temples and/or local spot in and around Fushimi Inari shrine
In this tour, you can visit two major spots, Fushimi Inari Shrine and Tofukuji Buddhist Zen temple.
Both are closed each other, so the tour takes less travel time between spots.
Speaking of Fushimi Inari Shrine, many tours just visit the Main hall and Senbon Torii gates.
In addition, you can visit the backstreet path of Fushimi Inari Shrine where funny or interesting spots spread.
The tour also takes you to Tofukuji Zen temple and you can appericiate seasonal beauty.
Plus the tour drops at some small temples related on Tofukuji temple.
transportation fee (you and guide), entrance fee etc
You use mainly trains. During the tour you walk in and around the sites you visit, so wearing sneaker shoes are recommended.
Sometimes during the tour, you walk uphill and downhill slopes.
Basically the tour conducts except November to avoid Tofukuji temple's SUPER conjestion.
I enjoyed two customized long days trips organized by Kay travelling from Kyoto to lesser visited temples, shrines and nature sights in Nara and Wakayama prefectures. My wishes for the trips were fulfilled thanks to Kay’s care and guiding input.
Thank you for your attending the tour. I'm very happyto hear you are satisfied with Nara and Wakayama tour. Kansai area has still a lot of beautiful places to visit , so I hope you travel again and enjoy the area.
Kay was very nice and kind. Showing us around Kyoto and we had a good time :)
Hi,Vivian. Thank you very much for your review. I also had a good time with you at Fushimi Inari, Bamboo forest, Nijo castle and Fire Ramen. I hope the rest of your Japan's trip will be a great joy :) Kay