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Private Dinner with a Geisha
"This experience is a guided tour with a private dinner with one maiko. This is a truly private and authentic party arrangement with a privately arranged maiko for approximately two hours. This includes a guided tour and Japanese dinner course. You may choose from two options: a half Kaiseki course option in a room with others or a full Kaiseki cour or Kaiseki ryouri is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner that came about originally when monks would ward off hunger with warm stones. Due to the half Kaiseki option being in a room shared with others voices from neighboring tables may be overheard. But there will still be one maiko with her undivided attention to the room.For the full Kaiseki course at the Japanese restaurant’s private room there will be one maiko there specifically for your room.Both half and full Kaiseki meal options will meet at 5pm at the Minamiza theater and will go on a guided tour of the geiko and maiko district. Then at around 6pm
From JPY16,000.00
 
Private Highlights of Kyoto Tour
"The tour starts at 9am from the Hotel Granvia Kyoto in the JR Kyoto Station building. You are requested to select one of two different courses Northwest-bound course or the Southeast-bound course. The Northwest-bound course visits the Bamboo Grove the Rock Garden (Ryoanji Temple) the Golden Pavilion and the Nijo Castle or the Nishiki Market. The Southeast-bound course visits the Sake Brewery the Fushimi Inari Taisha the Sanjusangendo Temple the Kiyomizudera Temple and the Ninenzaka or Sannenzaka Slope.Tour ends at 4pm near the Gion area
From JPY10,000.00
 
Nighttime Tour of Kyoto by Bus
"Enjoy a tour of Kyoto’s enchanting night scenery with English narration. This bus will pick you up from one of 5 designated starting points and take you to the UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Five Story Pagoda of To-ji Temple Nishi-Honganji Temple and Nijo Castle as well as the Outenmon gate of Heian Jingu Shrine and Yasaka Shrine. The bus will also visit Shijo Kawaramachi and the Gion district at the heart of this ancient city with Heian Jingu Shrine and Chion-in Temple specifically illuminating their shrine and temple especially for this tour! All of these locations are lit up in a beautiful fashion that highlight both the architecture and culture against the beautiful night """Enjoy a tour of Kyoto’s enchanting night scenery with English narration. The bus tour will take you around UNESCO World Heritage sites including To-ji Temple Nishi-Honganji Temple and Nijo Castle
From JPY2,100.00

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Misoka-An Kawamichiya: Traditional, classic noodle restaurant

This charming Kyoto restaurant has been in business for 300 years. What sets it aside from other restaurants in Kyoto is the great, authentic atmosphere. You enter through a small garden area into a low-lit, wood paneled building set with low tables and subdued colors. From the back seating area there is a view of a small garden. The menu is relatively simple, with noodle dishes and pot dish. The food we had was very good, and considering the classy atmosphere, well priced. While located in the center of Kyoto, coming here makes you feel a world apart.

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Apr 15, 2008

Misoka-an Kawamichiya: Tsukimi Soba

Though the English menu really is very well done, they didn't show my favorite dish! It was only on the Japanese menu!! (on the otherhand the history of the shop was only written on the English menu...)

Favorite Dish Tsukimi soba. Fresh buckwheat noodles in a hot fish broth with a raw egg, crispy toasted seaweed slices and japanese horseradish!! LOVE this dish!! And served with fragrant green tea.... aaaah heaven on a cold winter's day! 750Yen.

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j-san
Feb 05, 2003

Misoka-an Kawamichiya: Back to Imperial Times....

This little noodle shop has a history that goes back 300Years! The Emperor himself used to eat here. Sample udon and soba noodles the way they should be! Delicious!! Nothing like the sparkling "traditional" restaurants of the tourist zones.

Favorite Dish Although the street front is all in Japanese, they have a lovely well-written menu in English! For tourists I would recommend the tempura-soba/ or udon, for 1280Yen. There are other one bowl noodle dishes for around 700Yen each average. They also have beer 400Yen for a small bottle and hot sake for 700Yen.

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Feb 05, 2003
 
 
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