Experience the ancient capital of Japan on our Kyoto Tour. This tour takes you on a journey through the heart of Japanese culture, from its historic temples and shrines to its traditional crafts and cuisine. Discover the timeless beauty of Kyoto’s gardens and architecture, and immerse yourself in the warmth and hospitality of the local people.


  1. Kinkaku-ji Temple
  2. Gion district
  3. Tea ceremony
  4. Nishiki Market
  5. Kimono rental
Daigoji Temple in Autumn, Kyoto, Japan
  1. Kinkaku-ji Temple: Visit one of Kyoto’s most iconic landmarks, the stunning Kinkaku-ji Temple, also known as the Golden Pavilion. Admire the shimmering gold leaf that covers the temple’s exterior and explore its beautiful gardens and surrounding grounds.
  2. Gion district: Take a stroll through Kyoto’s historic Gion district, known for its traditional architecture, geisha culture, and bustling nightlife. Experience the enchanting atmosphere of this ancient neighborhood, from its narrow streets and lantern-lit alleys to its charming teahouses and restaurants.
  3. Tea ceremony: Experience the art of the Japanese tea ceremony, a centuries-old tradition that embodies the spirit of harmony, respect, and tranquility. Learn about the history and customs of the tea ceremony from a knowledgeable guide, and enjoy a cup of matcha green tea in a serene and peaceful setting.
  4. Nishiki Market: Discover the flavors of Kyoto’s vibrant culinary scene at Nishiki Market, a bustling food market that dates back over 400 years. Sample a variety of local specialties, from fresh seafood and vegetables to sweet treats and savory snacks.
  5. Kimono rental: Dress up in traditional Japanese attire and explore Kyoto in style. Our tour includes the option to rent a beautiful kimono or yukata and stroll through the city’s historic streets, gardens, and temples like a true local.

Our Kyoto Tour offers a unique and unforgettable travel experience that will take you back in time to the heart of traditional Japan. Join us on this journey of discovery and immerse yourself in the beauty, culture, and hospitality of Kyoto.