10 Best Places to Visit in Kyoto in Autumn 2019
10 Hottest Trendy Spots in Kyoto 2019 Autumn
-Autumn Leaves (~early December)
Kyoto is a top city for autumn leaves viewing in Japan and tons of tourist visit there from all over Japan and abroad. There are hundreds of temples and shrines in Kyoto where you can enjoy stunning autumn foliage in historical and serine atmosphere. Here are some of our picks of the best autumn leaves viewing spots in Kyoto.
The light-up of the temple is available till early December
The most applauded autumn leaves spot in town with 2,000 trees
The hidden temple known for the reddest autumn leaves in Kyoto
Rurikoin Temple will be open for public viewing during autumn leaves season
Jidai Matsuri or Jidai Festival (時代祭) is a traditional Japanese festival held annually in Kyoto in October. It’s one of the three greatest festivals in Kyoto along with Aoi Matsuri (May) and Gion Matsuri (July). The festival features the historical parade by 2000 participants in authentic costumes representing various characters from Japanese feudal history of various periods. The festival is free to watch, but there are exclusive viewing seats available for limiter number.
-Kyoto Arashiyama Hanatouro
The charming and traditional illumination event held for 10 days in mid December
The world’s biggest trend, “insta-worthy” is currently a thing in Kyoto, too
The cute “Instagram-Worthy” temple with the heart-shaped window and colouful ceiling
Cooking class is one of the top tourist attractions in Japan today, and various classes are held across the country including Kyoto. Sushi, Ramen, Tempura, etc.. you can learn how to make a wide variety of Japanese dishes with local teachers!
-NINJA VR KYOTO
Experience both the latest VR and real ninja training at the same time! The newly opened VR spots in Kyoto!
Literally the fire burning Ramen, served in a old-fashioned Ramen restaurant
-Starbucks at Ninenzaka Street
The world’s first Tatami seating Starbucks is now one of the top attractions in Kyoto!
-Arashiyama Rilakkuma Sabo
The first Japanese style Rilakkuma has opened in Kyoto
Did you enjoy the list?? If you are visiting Kyoto this autumn, think about adding these spots on your schedule! You can find more travel information in Kyoto from the listed articles below, too!
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