Real Charms of Kyoto with a private guide
Let's walk through the most charming area in Kyoto. From Kiyomizu temple, one of the must places for first visitors, through Sannenzaka, Ninenzaka, and Yasaka Shrine, to Gion, the most famous Geisha district in Kyoto.
As you walk along this area, you can feel really Kyoto-like atmosphere, which you can enjoy only by walking.
You can get various kinds of souvenirs from Kyoto in this area.
I require that you be covered by your own travel insurance policies.
By accepting my services and participating in the tour, you release me of any liability for any injury or accident occurring during the tour.
If you are not covered by your own travel insurance policy, please let me know as soon as possible.
The starting time, the places to visit and activities are flexible according to your request.
We will meet at Kyoto Station at 9:00 in the morning and visit Kiyomizu-temple. After Kiyomizu, we will walk through Sannenzaka, Ishibeikoji(stone wall alley), and reach Gion, the most famous Geish district. Tour ends at 13:00.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Kyoto Station
End location: In Gion district, the central part of Kyoto.
Duration: 4 hours
Basically, we use public transportation (subway or bus) and walking.
If you'd like to, we take a taxi to Kiyomizu temple and walk down to Gion area.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 JPY - about 1000JPY/person, for your travel cost by public transportaion, admission fees, food and drinks.
If you take a taxi to go to a place to another, it will cost about 600yen ~ 3500yen ( 4 people in a taxi) each time, and it is on you.
I'm not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
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Tomoko was so lovely- on time, very easy to work with, and professional! This was our first visit to kyoto and she took us to a good mix of the can't miss spots and the hidden gems. We loved learning about the history and culture of the city from her, and we certainly wouldn't have experienced Kyoto as well as we did without her. Thank you Tomoko!