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Hello. I was born in and grew up in Kyoto. I've lived in Fushimi area very close to Fushimi Inari shrine, one of the most famous sightseeing spots in Kyoto.
I used to work at a famous old hotel as a concierge and also to help guests with their requests during their staying.
Now, I would like to make good use of the experience and guide you from famous historical shrines and temples in Kyoto to lots of places known by local residences, such as local sake breweries, local shopping arcade and so on.
The tourism industry has been hit hard by Corona pandemic, and the guide business has been also stopped. The faint bright light is finally about to be seen in the early summer of 2022. The living environment has been changing drastically in the last two and a half years. It's never been so grateful to be able to talk face-to-face with people and be impressed by seeing the same things together.
It's a once-in-a-lifetime guide job, but I hope I can guide you while feeling the happiness of being able to share that time together.
When you are interested in me, please feel free to contact me with your lots of requests. I'm always happy to answer you.
I guided five foreigners from America, India, France and Singapore. It was the first time to visit Kyoto and they are interested in Japanese Food. I guided them to Nishiki Market first.
They had many local authentic food there and bought some souvenirs. We saw many maikos in Ponto area and they were so excited. It was a great walking tour.
I took 9 people from USA and Canada to northern part of Kyoto city. It was a set-up tour schedule by using a bus. Jissoin Temple, Kyoto Botanical Garden, Takaragaike park and Kamigamo shrine, one of the world heritage sites, I arranged the schedule because we could not see flowers, so I took them to Hirano Shrine additionally. That was their expecting cherry blossoms. They had a really good time!
I guided couples from Switzerland for 4 hours private tour. First they visited Tokyo, so I explained the difference between Tokyo and Kyoto. They were so curious that they asked many things. It was so fun. We visited Sanjusangendo-Temple and Fushimiinari Shrine.
At lunch they had an experience to have Cha-soba, back wheat noodle and Inari-sushi.
They enjoyed a lot!