A list of places to visit sorted by your interests in the Kansai area (Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe, Nara, Wakayama, Shiga).
This is Dr. Yellow! He is a “doctor” because his job is to check the train track and help with maintenance and keep the trains running on time.
Electronic stores, maid cafés, toy stores, video game stores, hobby shops, music shops, and some duty free shops all can be found in Den Den Town, Osaka.
Mimuroto-ji temple garden has 10,000 hydrangeas in various pink, purple, blue and white hues and a path that snakes right through them.
Japan is famous for its spring carpet of cherry blossom and autumnal red leaves. Less well known are the hydrangeas. Mimurotoji is famous for its hydrangeas garden.
This path in the middle of the city takes you up and down a series of historical slopes and leads you through all kinds of temples and other interesting sites.
Morinomiya Q’s mall is a “runable” shopping mall with the artificial 300-meter turf track on top the mall, If you want to try something new.
If you only have 1 day to see around Kyoto, take a highlight trip from Fushimi-Inari to Kiyomizu-dera and stroll along the preserved historic streets to Gion.
Manto-in is believed to house a god who can cure illness. You pray in a different way there – hyakudomairi “百度参り”. Hyaku means one hundred.
If you fancy a coffee after all your Tennouji area sightseeing, how about getting some fresh air at the same time! You can also take a selfie with Harukas.
The spectacular scenery from the 300m but there is a free entry Harukas garden on 16th floor, It’s almost the same height as Tsutenkaku tower.