Japanese culture and landmarks
This city has gained notoriety among us primarily for the Kyoto Protocol, but most people know far more of the sights from some of the most famous images of Japanese culture and landmarks. For example, the Fushimi Inari Shrine with its endless orange "archways" is also one of the country's landmarks and offers enough sights to fill an entire lunch hour with an extensive walk to the seats. The Bamboo Forrest is not far away, at which one can take a break very nicely in a traditional tea house around it.
Highlights in Kyoto
In this city, the national landmarks are strung together. Here you will find, among other things, the Gion district, one of the biggest landmarks in Japan. In it, many traditionally dressed locals and tourists walk through the alleys and you might even see a geisha scurrying through the crowd with her eyes downcast. In a city with so many culinary highlights, you should definitely pay a visit to the Daitoryo restaurant. But beware: for the traditional multi-course menu with traditional interior and traditional service you should bring a lot of time
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