Amenity Hotel Kyoto

4-171 Kiyomizu, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 605-0862, Japan
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Forum Posts

going to Kyoto again!

by fattyjulia

I'm going to Kyoto(I love Kyoto) this Feb,and I wanna know the weather is HOW cold!?

RE: going to Kyoto again!

by clayuk

It will be very cold. Japan is having the coldest winter ever. but it kyoto is even more beautiful when it snows


RE: going to Kyoto again!

by shi612

From the data of last Feb:

The high of a day: the lowest day +3.7C, the highest day +14.2C
The low of a day: the lowest day -3.2C, the highest day +5.4C
Snowed 5 days
Rained 9 days

This year will be colder than the last year.

RE: RE: going to Kyoto again!

by fattyjulia

that will be COOL! thanks!

RE: RE: going to Kyoto again!

by heywinks

Yes, it will be cold! Just make sure to bring warm winter clothing, including your scarf, hat, and gloves. :)

RE: RE: going to Kyoto again!

by AyurinHiro

Welcome to Japan :-)

Oh, yes, it's cold in February... but it seldom snows in downtown Kyoto.
(Oh, as said above,it is right that Kyoto looks more beautiful with white snow!)

We usually wear underwear, long sleeve shirt and pull-over and then coat.
Hope this helps :-)

Have fun in Kyoto!
Ayurin, Osaka Japan

Travel Tips for Kyoto

"Reservoir" in Temples.

by A2002

I noticed many temples has a water point. I called it a small "reservoir". There are usually wooden scoop available. Use the scoop to get the water from the pool. It is use for cleaning your hands or face. Do be considerate not to dirty the water for others' use. In some temples, the water can be drank.

What to get at Nishiri Market

by Restless-in-kl about Nishiri Market

Nishiri Market is like a bazaar that sells mainly clothing items. Set in a covered pedestrian mall, Nishiri Market clothing is young and trendy.

It's also a good place to eat as there are many cafes and restaurants here. Clothes

fry it yourself

by brass.buttons about Kushiya

At Kushiya, you are given a table with a vat of boiling oil in the middle, and are allowed to fry any of the numerous things on sticks for up to an hour and a half. A salad bar-type area is loaded with all sorts of things on sticks (chicken, mushroom, pumpkin, onion, potato, shrimp, etc) which you can select and dip in batter and fry on the spot. There is also a salad bar, noodles, curry and rice, chinese dumplings, tiny cakes and soft serve. It's great fun to try frying stuff you never imagined could be fried, and there are so many different things to try that it's easy to spend the fully 90 minutes.

See Kyoto by Bicycle

by smallfry

There are three different bicycle tours offered by Kyoto Cycling Project ( ) each comes with a guide who really knows the back-streets and how to get around and see really great things and speaks English well. We went on the Mystery Tour, which was really the highlight of our stay in Kyoto. There is very little which is difficult riding, a couple hills here and there, but mostly it was level. We went down several small streets in Kyoto, saw temples and shrines, and had a wonderful time. KCTP also rents bicylces alone, without the tour, but you are on your own then to see the sights, having a guide who lives there was really well worth the additional cost. We rode for more than 4 hours, and saw much of Kyoto we might not have otherwise seen.


by bennieofzo

This castle stands on an area as big as 275,000 square meters. 7300 square meters of this area are occupied with buildings. Buildings like the Bansho (guardhouse) Ninomaru Palace ( a national treasure) and Honmaru (also a palace). It was built in 1603 and finished in 1626. The paintings in the Ninomaru palace are really beautiful. Also take a look at the transoms above the sliding doors. They are magniffically carved massive cypress blocks.

When you enter the Ninomaru Palace you won't be able to do so without making noise. The floor is called the 'Nightingale floor'. This floor will squeak when you step on it. The cramps under the floor will move up and down which creates friction between the cramps and the nails, which will make a squeaky noice. A great and simple alarm system.


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