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."
584 Minamigawa, Gionmachi, Higashiyama District, Kyoto 605－0074
Chihana (literally One Thousand Flowers) has been a fixture in Kyoto’s Gion district ever since its opening in 1946.
420 Matsuyacho, Shimogyo District, Kyoto 600-8105
Soba noodles are buckwheat noodles that are staples in a food-crazed town like Kyoto.
87-5 Hoshinocho Higashiyama District, Kyoto 605-0853
Founded in 2013 by Kenneth Shoji, who grew up in Kyoto, the % Arabica coffee shop has been growing ever since.
Mimuro, Shimogyo Ward
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.
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.
40, Awadaguchi Sanjobo-cho, Higashiyama District, Kyoto city, Kyoto 605-0035, Japan
The Eco and Tec Hotel is surrounded by temples and shrines which help to create the peaceful and quiet atmosphere that is immediately noticeable as you enter the Hotel.