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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
 
Full-Day Kyoto Private Custom Walking Tour
"In Kyoto there are many temples and shrines to see. With your private guide you can see Kyoto efficiently and more deeply in one day.The sample itinerary below is for the first timers for one day but it's possible to make a less touristy approach as well. Be sure to advise your local tour operator of your preference.Below is a sample itinerary:Meet your friendly professional guide at your hotel around 9am where the tour starts. Move to Kiyomizu temple and feel the atmosphere of Kyoto's most famous district by 9:30am and meander on through Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka. After that you will have some lunch move to Kinkakuji temple the Golden Pavillion around 1pm.  After lunch
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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

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Sannenzaka & Ninenzaka - Higashiyama

Sannenzaka and Ninenzaka are two historic streets located at the far eastern edge of Kyoto in the Higashiyama area. The area is filed with traditional wooden houses, now mostly shops and ryokan...
Ewingjr98
Oct 19, 2013

Kiyomizu-zaka, Higashiyama

Kiyomizu-zaka is the street leading uphill to the gate of the Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Hagashiyama, eastern Kyoto. This street is lined with touristy shops selling food, ceramics, clothes and local...
Ewingjr98
Oct 19, 2013

Sannen-zaka and Ninen-zaka

Ninen-zaka and Sannen-zaka are famous streets in Kyoto, because they have been preserved to keep the stone walkway and many of the buildings that allign them also remain traditional buildings....
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Rabbityama
Oct 07, 2010

Sannenzaka & Ninnenzaka

Sannenzaka means sannen slope (zaka/saka means slope in Japanese).This slopes are leading to Kiyomizudera and also Kodai-ji temples.Along the way there are lotsa traditional shop houses, restaurants...
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bladedragon
Feb 26, 2009

Sannen-zaka

Sannen-zaka, leading from Yasaka Shrine to Kiyomizu Temple, is a designated national historical preservation area. There are many pretty (and expensive) souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants, all in...
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Ines28
Jul 19, 2005

Street near Kiyomizudera

Just walking around this city is a must see. Especially the Higashiyama area. You can start anywhere and just accidentally run into amazing little temples and shrines. This is a famous street near...
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Teledude
Jun 07, 2004

Sannen-zaka & Ninnen-zaka

The streets leading up to Kiyomizu Temple are filled with very interesting and attractive shops seling anything from candies and confectionery, to souvenirs and intricate tableware. Besides the main...
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naruto
Jan 22, 2004

Kiyomizu-Zaka street

Kiyomizu-Zaka is a colourful street in eastern Kyoto. It is the main and only street uphill bringing to the Kiyomizu-Dera Temple. There are many small shops with souvenirs etc., mainly for japanese...
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dabuwan
Feb 07, 2003

Walk from Kiyomizu-dera, take...

Walk from Kiyomizu-dera, take the street on the right (the Geisha dress up place is on the street to the left)and on the right are steps leading down. This street is called Sannen-Zaka and leads into...
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GenkiMac
Sep 12, 2002

Sannenzaka

A great place to walk around and look at the long narrow houses along this cobblestoned street. The houses used to be taxed according to the width of the entrance.
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Blatherwick
May 10, 2004

Sannenzaka

The slopes leading towards the kiyomizudera - Ninnenzaka and Sannenzaka.Stroll up the slope or explore the shops selling pottery. Very relaxing.
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akikonomu
Dec 27, 2003

Narrow lanes

This is the road up to Kiyomizu-dera. Interesting craft shops as well as the usual souvenir shops and cafes
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bonio
Mar 26, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Sannen-zaka and Ninen-zaka

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Ryozen Museum of History

The Ryozen Museum of History features exhibits related to the Japanese transition from the Edo/Tokugawa Period to the Meiji Period, which sparked many ideological conflicts and wars. Kyoto city was...
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Ryozen Gokoku Shrine

This shrine was the first in the nation to be designated as an official site of war dead enshrinement by the Japanese government. It has war dead from the Meiji Restoration, Sino-Japanese War,...
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Kiyomizu Temple

I wish you shelter from the storm / A cozy fire to keep you warm But most of all when snowflakes fall / I wish you love I wish you love (Frank Sinatra) Second day in Kyoto and we woke up early...
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Ryozen Kannon

The Ryozen Kannon is easily recognizable for the large statue of Kannon, the Goddess of Mercy, atop its temple. The temple was built as a memorial for all the Japanese who died in World War II. The...
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Entokuin Temple

Entokuin Temple is a subtemple of Kodaiji Temple and is just across the street from the stairs that lead to Kodaiji Temple. It was built in honor of Toyotomi Hideyoshi by Nene his wife. It is famous...
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Rokuharamitsuji Temple

Rokuharamitsuji is a small but fascinating temple in the Higashiyama area. It was founded by the priest Kuya Shonin and built at the supposed gateway between this world and the netherworld. Outside...
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