Yoshino is perhaps Japan’s most famous cherry blossom site. 30,000 wild trees spread over the dips and peaks of Mt. Yoshino in the second to third week of April.
The Path of Philosophy is a pleasant path through the northern part of Higashiyama district. The path is most popular in early spring for the cherry blossom.
Japan is also famous for autumn colour. the best viewing spots for maple leaves with historical site in Kansai area including famous spots to hidden spots.
Tanukidani Fudo-in is certainly be a temple that kids would enjoy. There are 250 steps to be counted, and tanuki to help you to keep count of the steps!
This area is a good place to wander around. Enko-ji. Shisen-do, Manshu-in and the Kitashirakawa area have an appealing, faded, past their prime atmosphere.
Fushimi town is developed as a castle town in the sixteenth century and is now best known for its sake production. It’s a nice place to visit after Fushimi Inari.
Public awareness that people with celiac disease cannot eat gluten is widespread these days. However, other people are avoiding bread, pasta and other gluten
A quieter Sesshuji is lovely sub-temple of its sprawling neighbour Tufukujiuji temple. Sesshuji has the oldest beautiful dry gardens.
If you can stand the heat, summer is a great time to visit Japan. there are fireworks, festivals. If you can not stand with mosquito bites, beat it with Muhi.
You can only enjoy wandering around the historic parts of Gion and Higashiyama, if you get up early or go out late. A quieter Kyoto gives you an atmospheric tranquility.
Tofukuji covers a wide area and contains two main gardens and the Sanmon Gate is the oldest zen main gate in Japan. The temple is a quieter in September.