Kyoto – Cultural Heart of Traditional Japan
"Kyoto, Japan's former imperial capital, remains the cultural heart of traditional Japan. However, despite its historical leanings, Kyoto has a wide range of options you can explore, across interests and budgets, and from hotels to restaurants, from shopping to sightseeing."
34 Okazaki Minamigosho-cho, Saikyo District, Kyoto 606-8334
People from all over Japan flock to Yamamotomenzo to try their famous homemade udon noodles (essentially extra thick noodles).
626 Maruyamacho, Yasakatoriimae Higashi iru, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0071
If you want to try out Mizai you better book ahead, some people wait for months to get a table at this famed restaurant.
459 Shimokawara-cho, Yasakatoriimae-sagaru, Shimokawara-dori, Higashiyama District, Kyoto 605-0825
You’ll find Kikunoi at the foot of the Higashiyama Mountain Range where it was established in 1912.
Mimuro, Shimogyo Ward
66-2 Shokuya-cho, Shimo Juzuyamachi Agaru, Akezu Dori, Shimogyo District, Kyoto
Back in 2013, Ohanabo was among the Top 25 B&B's and Inns in Japan by TripAdvisor's Traveller's Choice Award, and it's easy to see why it received that honor.
604-8004 Kyoto, Kyoto, Nakagyo District Sanjo-dori Kawaramachi Higashi-iru, Japan
The Park Royal Kyoto provides a culinary experience you do not want to miss.
Kamogawa Nijo-Ohasi Hotori, Nakagyo-ku Kyoto, 604-0902 Japan
As the first luxury urban resort in Japan, the Ritz-Carlton in Kyoto has substantial experience providing quality stay for customers.