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Well located in the center of Kyoto, CHISUN PREMIUM Kyoto Kujo provides air-conditioned rooms, free bikes, free WiFi and a shared lounge.
Open from April 2019, just a 2-minute walk from Jujo Subway Station and an 8-minute subway ride from Kyoto Station, Kyoto U-BELL Hotel offers free shuttle service between Kyoto Station for guest's...
Open from December 2018, Hotel Keihan Kyoto Hachijoguchi features free WiFi and rooms with air conditioning in Kyoto.
Open from October 2013, Sakura Terrace is only a 6-minute walk from Kyoto Station’s Hachijo-Higashi Exit. It features free WiFi throughout, and it has a free-use launderette.
Minimalist design and art works are featured at Hotel Anteroom Kyoto's rooms, restaurant and art gallery. Seasonally decorated, it offers free WiFi, as well as free-use internet PCs and bicycles.
Well located in Kyoto, THE REIGN HOTEL KYOTO provides air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and a concierge service.
Opened in April 2016, Hotel She, Kyoto is a 10-minute walk from Kyoto Station Hachijo East Exit and a 2-minute walk from Subway Karasuma Line Kyujyo Station 4th exit.
Urban Hotel Kyoto is located a 12-minute walk from Fushimi Inari Shrine and a 5-minute walk from Ryukokudaimae-Fukakusa Train Station of the Keihan Line.
Conveniently set in the Minami Ward district of Kyoto, Randor Residential Hotel Kyoto Suites is located one mile from TKP Garden City Kyoto, 1.2 miles from Kyoto Station and a 16-minute walk from...
Located in Kyoto, within a 12-minute walk of Kyoto Station and 1.2 miles of Sanjusangen-do Temple, HOTEL BRILLER Kyoto Station South provides free WiFi throughout the property.
Conveniently located in the Minami Ward district of Kyoto, Framboise KYOTO Hotel de charme is located a 19-minute walk from Tofuku-ji Temple, 1.2 miles from Sanjusangen-do Temple and 1.2 miles from...
Sakura Terrace The Atelier is located in Kyoto, 5-minutes from Kujo station on foot. AEON Mall, a large department store with restaurants and shops, is a 7-minute walk away from the property.
Located in the center of Kyoto, a 12-minute walk from TKP Garden City Kyoto, HOTEL THE POINT Kyoto Station South provides air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi.
Conveniently set in the Minami Ward district of Kyoto, Kyoto City Gardens Hotel is located a 18-minute walk from Kyoto Station, one mile from Sanjusangen-do Temple and a 17-minute walk from Tofuku-ji...
Located in the central areas of the city, 京都第一ホテル京都駅八条口 is a 3-minute drive from the JR Kyoto Station. Each room features a flat-screen TV with video-on-demand.
Kyoto Almont Hotel offers modern accommodations with free wired internet. Hachijo East Exit of JR Kyoto Train Station is only a 5-minute walk away.
In a prime location in the center of Kyoto, Hotel Imagine Kyoto provides air-conditioned rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi and a terrace.
Located in the center of Kyoto, a 17-minute walk from TKP Garden City Kyoto, Kyoto - Hotel / Vacation STAY 73651 provides air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi.
Located in the Minami Ward district in Kyoto, ikoi HOTEL offers 5-star rooms with free WiFi.
Located in the center of Kyoto, a 19-minute walk from Sanjusangen-do Temple, HOTEL KANSO - Vacation STAY 88800 has air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi.
Ideally set in the Minami Ward district of Kyoto, Hotel The M's Kyoto is located a 12-minute walk from Kyoto Station, one mile from Sanjusangen-do Temple and 1.2 miles from Tofuku-ji Temple.
Located in the center of Kyoto, a 13-minute walk from TKP Garden City Kyoto, Kyoto Crystal Hotel Ⅲ provides air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi.
Conveniently located just a 3-minute walk away from Jujo Station of Kyoto, Ariston Hotel Kyoto Jujo offers rooms with minimalist designs.
Well located in the Fushimi Ward district of Momoyama-chō, U-shuku Kyoto Fushimi is located a 15-minute walk from Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine, 1.4 miles from Tofuku-ji Temple and 2.2 miles from TKP...
We went on dusk and it added a beautiful light to the gates and shrines. Mosquitos started to bite as the sun went down so would recommend insect repellent if you arevisiting in those times. Car parking was free and very accessible. There are hills and a combination of gentle stairs, steeper stairs and some very steep ramps so is semi accessible for people with mobility difficulties. Toilet facilities are clean and in good locations. Lots of great photo opportunities along the way and although it is very popular, most people are happy to pause along the trail to let you get a good photo (just be respectful and dont hog the space) Food vendors are close by the entrance with lots of options
Long way (over 1.6km) from the metro/subway station - plan how you are going to get there and back. Well worth visiting the full walk is quite a long way uphill but you can get a good feel with a shorter walk on the first part of the trail through the gates. Looks amazing - just like the Instagram images.
For this one, you should book an entire day. Early in the morning up until the afternoon. There are lots of paths towards the top of the mountain. Hidden temples, lakes and shops to discover and enjoy. Always respect the temple and try to be as quiet as possible. There might be a lot of people taking pictures with the tori (gates), but if you walk a little farther, you'll be able to get yours alone. Also, if you know the language, you'll be able to read the writings in each tori. It's always good to know what they are saying. You'll feel peace and a sense of connection to nature and yourself.
Give yourself time and follow the tori path that leads all the way to the top of Mount Inari (accessible for non-trained travellers too). The walk to the top takes about one hour. Also, the further you go, the less tourists you will meet and the more enjoyable it will be
far too popular and now commercialised. If I could have managed it i would try to get there first thing in the morning - the tacky environment of 2019 ruined my memory of being there in the 1980s when it was a shrine first rather than a place for others to hawk cheap goods
Never seen anything like this before. The number of gates is incredible. Make the effort to follow the path all the way up the mountain. It was very busy on the lower part of the path, but once at the top you get some time to yourself to really appreciate the magic of this place.
Came to this hotel on our first ever trip in 2012 and although it has had some much needed renovations, the hotel is still as welcoming as it ever was and well situated for trips in and around Kyoto. We love all the restaurants in the local area and how close it is to the beautiful Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine.
Kiyomizudera, Kinkakuji, Ginkakuji and Fushimi Inari are all must see sites
Visit Arashiyama, Kinkaku-ji, Niji-jo, and Fushimi Inari Taisha wearing Japanese Kimono
Ginkakui Temple, Kinkakuji Temple, Kiyomizudera Temple, Fushimi Inari Temple