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Guided Tours - Kyoto

See the best that Kyoto has to offer its visitors on an English language guided tour with a local tour guide.

Sunrise Tours - Kyoto Maiko Dinner

After enjoying a delicious Japanese dinner, have a peek into traditional Japanese culture with a maiko apprentice geisha performance. You will even have time to take pictures and chat with the performers.

Departure: Approximately 5.30pm depending on your hotel. Duration is approximately 2 hours

Return: 7:30pm - 8:30pm. Drop-off service to major hotels in Kyoto.

Cost: AUD$250.00 Adult
Cost: AUD$250.00 Child

Maiko - an apprentice Geisha

Maiko - an apprentice Geisha

Sunrise Tours - Kyoto Morning Tour

See three of Kyoto's most famous attractions on this great value morning tour.

  • Nijo Castle - was built by the Tokugawa shogun in 1603 and features the specially constructed nightingale floor to warn of approaching visitors
  • Golden Pavillion (Kinkakuji) - an exact replica of the 15 century villa of a court noble. Kinkakuji was built and garden laid out in 1394.
  • Kyoto Imperial Palace - is famous for its elegant simplicity and served as the Emperors palace until the capital was moved to Tokyo (1867)

Departure: 08:00a.m.-08:45a.m. approximate hotel collection time.

Return: Tour disbands at Kyoto Station at approx. 12:30 p.m.

Cost: AUD$110 Adult
Cost: AUD$95 (Child: 6-11 years)

Notes: English-speaking guide service is included. Tour operated for minimum of one person.
Itinerary is subject to change without notice.

You are required to fill out a form (your name, sex, age & nationality) when you enter Kyoto Imperial Palace.

Kinkakuji - The Golden Pavilion

Kinkakuji - The Golden Pavilion

Sunrise Tours - Kyoto Afternoon Guided Tour

Visit three of Kyoto's world famous landmarks in one afternoon.

  • Heian Shrine - constructed in 1895 to commemorate the 1,100th anniversary of the founding of Kyoto, this is a scaled-down replica of the first Imperial Palace in Kyoto (794AD). The rear garden is outstanding.
  • Sanjusangendo - is a national treasure with 1,030 standing Buddhist statues in its main hall. The temple takes its names from the 33 spaces between pillars in front of the main altar.
  • Kiyomizu Temple - 15 stories high and built without the use of any nails, a superb view of the City is possible in the many halls a the temples top level.

Departure: 1:10pm-1:40pm approximate hotel collection time. Daily (Jan.5-Dec.29)

Return: 5:20pm-6:30pm Drop-off service to major hotels in Kyoto.

Cost: AUD$110 Adult
Cost: AUD$95 (Child: 6 -11 years)

Notes: English-speaking guide service is included. Tour operated for minimum of one person.
Itinerary is subject to change without notice.

Kiyomizudera

Kiyomizudera

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