Autumn in Kyoto is known for its stunning fall foliage and was a dreamy location for photographers and filmmakers like us who enjoy chasing after the beauty of nature. The warm, autumnal colors make their entrance during October and reach their peak in mid-November, before finally retiring for the year in mid-December.
Gion Festival 祇園祭り in Kyoto Japan
So many visitors but it was a worth seeing. 凄い人でしたが、見る価値ありました。
30.000steps! Good walking (^^) 三万歩、良いウォーキング
For the last three years during the periods of Gion Festival I was busy working at my stall. No chance to walk around. .
Of all the beautiful shrines in Kyoto, Fushimi Inari is definitely one of our favourites as you get to see thousands of Torii gates one lined up after the other ⛩️
Travel Tip: If you are wanting to walk to the summit of the mountain, it usually takes about 3 hours, but if you don't want to venture to the top, there's still tons to see and explore within 30 - 45 minutes of walking.
📸 Photo by @michaugraham
shoutout to the old couple in the restaurant and that one lady on the street who called us “kawaii” .
also to my host mother who encouraged us to wear yukatas for the festival and helped us figure out where to get them 💕 pc: @marvmellooo@robindoesnthaveinstayet
4 17816 July, 2019
Thank you for traveling Kyoto Ms Alfonso group from Philippines. We are really glad to be able to make your holiday in Japan fun. Looking forward serving you in Japan again!
Terima kasih kepada Group Ms Alfonso dari Filipna yang telah memilih kami untuk tour Kyoto
Japan round 2
First stop is Kyoto but before we got the train here we killed some time @sqex_cafe_osaka that’s promoting #sinoalice .
Once we arrived we had a look at the Gion matsuri festival that’s being set up and found the #pokemoncenterkyoto .
K Y O T O || Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion)✨
On our second day in Kyoto, we rented bikes (for ¥1,000pp a day) to cycle around the city. It’s a great way to explore Kyoto as public transport is not as frequent and well connected as in other cities. The streets are also very bike-friendly with cycle lanes and parking racks everywhere. Whilst our ultimate destination was the Golden Pavilion (pictured) we managed to stumble on a number of lesser known (and less crowded) temples and shrines along the way - definitely recommended if you want to see a lot of Kyoto and don’t have as much time, plus it’s great cardio! 😜🚲✨
60 1,34228 May, 2019
Hotel Kanra — as featured in our guide to Kyoto in Issue 05 of HEY GENTS Magazine. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
"Large, comfortable beds and generous bathrooms are a welcome bonus. Sink into the deep soaking tub and take in the design, which has effectively been curated to bring guests serenity and a real feeling of belonging. For an elevated experience, head to the property’s Kanra Spa: an extension of this calming effect, with a heavenly treatment menu." ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀