Rickshaws, Kyoto

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    by Gili_S Written Feb 9, 2010

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    Riksha's are available in some places but not that common, maybe more in the torist area's temples and small streets I saw those which can be somehow nice adventure for a short ride. However, it was over 30°c while we were there, two European size people and we felt pity for the "driver" if we would use it, so we skipped it ;-)

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    Ride a rickshaw

    by joiwatani Updated Dec 16, 2008

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    Although I preferred to walk, some tourists and local visitors (Japanese visiting Kyoto) liked to try riding around Kyoto via rickshaw. The only thing about riding the rickshaw is that it can't go all the way to the hills. These are limited only to flat surfaces - which means basically that you can't really explore the temples!

    A parked rickshaw With passengers The map of the Han Temple-goes up hill A local wedding Cruising along the street in a rickshaw
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    Pri prechadzke starymi...

    by renuschka Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    Pri prechadzke starymi ulickami musi turista narazit na skupinku riksovnikov, ktori vas radi a ochotne za mierny poplatok povozia historickou castou mesta. Rikse su velmi pekne a riksovnik, ktory oslovil nas bol az tak super vyzerajuci mlady muz, ze mi bolo povozenie sa na riksi zatrhnute:)

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    pay 70dollars each for this!?!...

    by j-san Written Aug 26, 2002

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    pay 70dollars each for this!?! I tried this in Nara, but it was about half the price. The guys pulling you along dont speak English, which can be a good thing as ours talked our ear off and I saw other Japanese tourists suffering in the same way. They seem to be enjoying themselves though...

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    Bamboo Groves cart

    by hebaemam Written Apr 20, 2011

    a 3000 en for 20 mins ride .... a healthy young man wearing speciall clothes pulling a car along the bamboo grooves road......... well when i just think of it 3000en or 30 dollars are agood price for that honerable man doing this job. if you are ready to pay, i think its fun...
    for me i just asked him for a photo and he didnt mind

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    Take a ride !

    by ChuckG Written Jul 17, 2003

    In Gion District, the subway or bus won''t be of any use. If there is a specific landmark you want to visit but don't have the energy to go "up" or "down" there, take a ride with these guys. They are in incredible shape and will take you anywhere for a reasonable fee.

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