KYOTO TRAVEL GUIDE
A guide to Kyoto from Kusamakura,
introducing our recommendations in the ancient capital.
We showcase some legendary sightseeing spots around Kusamakura and throughout Kyoto.
At the Shinko ceremony of Semei sai, there is Mikoshi parade and Yudate Kagura for Yoimiya.
The temple is known as Hagi (bush clover) because there are hundreds of Hagi in the ground. They hang Haiku and Tanka on the branches of red and white Hagi and put crickets in a insect cage as dedication. Also, there will be Kyogen, Buyo, and Koto performance in the festival.
This festival is a memorial service for Minamoto Yoshitsune, the famous a military commander in the history. The service starts at 11 am in the main hall, and the dance and martial arts will be performed as his dedication.
Osawanoike in Daikaku-ji is one of the three greatest moon watching places in Japan. They float ships on the pond, so people can enjoy watching the moon with them.
Here are some must-see sites in Kyoto, personally selected by Kusamakura.
Why not venture a little further into Kansai?
Please make use of these travel plans, which include enjoyable Kansai day trips.
There are many restaurants around Kusamakura serving gourmet cuisine,
highly rated on Tabelog. Please enjoy lunch or dinner here!