APA Villa Hotel Kyoto Station-Side

533 Shiokoji-cho, Shichijo-sagaru, Higashinotoin-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 600-821
APA Villa Hotel Kyoto Station-Side
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Onsen or Hot Spring in Kyoto

by loowl

Any one know of any onsen or hot spring in Kyoto. I know there is a Arima hot spring in Kobe, which is kind of far away. thanks!

Re: Onsen or Hot Spring in Kyoto

by blacksnail

WHen i was in Kyoto, i didnt go to any hotspring, but there are plenty around, i think your hotel will recommend you to the nearest hotspring.

Re: Onsen or Hot Spring in Kyoto

by LLgirl

Kurama (north part of Kyoto) is most famous.
http://www.secret-japan.com/onsen/show.php?&selcode=14

You can also find onsen in Ohara, Kitashirakawa, Arashiyama and Kameoka (suburb of Kyoto).
Ohara
http://www.oohara-no-sato.co.jp/english/index.htm
Arashiyama
http://www.benkei.biz/~english/onsen.html
Kameoka
http://www.onsenexpress.com/site/display/displayonsen.php?displayonsen=107&onsenregion=0

Re: Onsen or Hot Spring in Kyoto

by loowl

Hi LLgirl,

Thanks for your information. Just wondering whether the Onsen will be v crowded on weekend. I will be reaching Kyoto on 14 Sep and leaving Kyoto for Tokyo on 18 Sep. Wondering whether weekend is a good time to go Onsen.

Travel Tips for Kyoto

If you have three days in Kyoto, skip the Sansumo

by joiwatani

There are so many things to see in Kyoto, so why not explore them first. I specifically wanted to see all the temples. My biggest mistake on the first day was actually visiting the Sansum National Museum of Art. I wasted almost half of my day over there - basically falling in line with hundreds of local tourists! I should have done a better itirenary! All the temples are extra-ordinary exquisite and beautiful. I would love to go back to Kyoto in Spring time when everything is blossoming especially the cherry blossoms. I was there in the Fall of 2007 and the change of season makes Kyoto different. Still beautiful, but different.

Also, it was freezing cold when I was there. I wasn't prepared to be walking with light jacket on.

Go to Lake Biwa

by yukisanto

Lake Biwa is the largest lake in Japan and among the top largest lakes in the world. It is actually surrounded by a few prefectures, one of which is Shiga. All the usual lake activities can be found there, like canoeing etc. The lake is also the place where they hold the national school rowing boats competition.

Kansai Area Pass / Kansai Passport

by bkoon

The Kansai Area Pass is somewhat similar to the Kansai Thru Pass, just that this Pass is offered by JR. You take the JR-West lines (except the bullet trains) if you use this Pass and you cannot seperate the dates you travel. It must be consecutive days.

There are a few types :
1-Day Pass : 2000 Yen
2-Day Pass : 4000 Yen
3-Day Pass : 5000 Yen
4-Day Pass : 6000 Yen

Postcard motif in reality

by spunkmuffin

If you're heading to Kyoto, chances are you've decided to go see the Golden Pavilion already. It's very beautiful, of course. There are paths winding around it, along which you can walk. There are also some smaller stores where you can get ice cream (a welcome thing in the August heat) or souvenirs, if that's what you like. There's also a place there that serves Japanese tea.

The Golden Pavilion is part of the Rokuon-ji Temple. And yes, it's actually covered in gold.

KYOTO: Imperial Palace

by dewaele.j

This Compex of temples and other imperial buildings is huge in size. Apart from impressive buildings, where formar emperors ruled and today┬┤s rulers often gather, it is situated in magnificant gardens (again)

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Address: 533 Shiokoji-cho, Shichijo-sagaru, Higashinotoin-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 600-821