Kyoto – the ancient capital of Japan, located on the West of the island of Honshu. Many centuries in the city and in its vicinity was built a huge number of Holy places, palaces and temples, which today have the status of historical monuments of architecture and art. Every year huge number of tourists from different countries tend to be in this beautiful city.17.08.2017 20:30
Kyoto-the ancient capital of Japan, located on the West of the island of Honshu. Many centuries in the city and in its vicinity was built a huge number of Holy places, palaces and temples, which today have the status of historical monuments of architecture and art. Every year huge number of tourists from different countries tend to be in this beautiful city.
the best time to visit this city, as well as other places in Japan, is considered the fall and spring. Starts in spring, the cherry blossoms, there is even such a thing as ‘admiring cherry blossoms” that fully reveals the inner world of the inhabitants of the land of the rising sun. In autumn, a period when the maple trees paint their leaves in bright red color. Across the country, including in Kyoto, you can see how people rest under the trees of fire.
Traveling to Kyoto, it is important to understand that in this city there is an opportunity to plunge into the very traditional Japan, where you always dreamed to be.
the Authorities and city residents tend to leave all the authenticity of the city untouched, respecting the ancient traditions, as did their ancestors. However, upon arrival in the city, travelers first meets modern and unique building of the station.
In the world of high technology the Japanese are well able to combine tradition and innovation. Walking through the Central parks and the narrow streets, one can only wonder at how perfectly it fit. Meet can catch the amazing beauty girl in traditional ukata. Indeed, in this city quite often you can meet locals, walking in traditional dress, be it a kimono or yukata in the warm time of the year.
In Kyoto a huge number of attractions that would be worth a look, but it should be a sufficient number of days of stay in this area. There are those places that every tourist must see, it doesn't matter that it came on 2 days or a week. One of these historical monuments is the Golden pavilion, or Kinkaku-JI. This is, perhaps, the most important Buddhist temple in the territory of the Prefecture. Located on the shores of lake Kakoti, it makes you look at the times abdicated Yoshimitsu. In the mid 90-ies of the last century this property was listed as a cultural heritage site by UNESCO.
Nijo Castle will make travelers and lovers of Japanese history to experience the simplicity and thoughtfulness of the life of the shoguns. Huge paintings on the walls create a tranquil mood. Around the castle lies the great Park, which is beautiful at any time of the year.
Fushimi Inari Shrine, or the temple of the red gate, attracts huge number of tourists from all over the world. This place is dedicated to the deity of rice and business, Inari.
in order to plunge into the atmosphere of Japanese wooden architecture, travelers should go to the area Higashiyama. The main object of tourist interest is the Kiyomizu-Dera temple. Built without nails in honor of the goddess of mercy, at the same time it attracts with its grandeur and simplicity.
Heian Jingu Shrine boasts gardens that will amaze you with its beauty.
in order to understand the basis on which it rests Kyoto's kitchen, it is important to visit the Nishiki market. A huge variety of local products will be forced to buy something even the most finicky of travelers.
Every traveller visiting Japan, you should see this city, which is a combination of innovations and old traditions. Immerse yourself in the Japanese ambience of peace and tranquility, will want to come back to this town again.