40,000 JPY / day (8hours)|
20,000 JPY / half a day (4hours)
◆ Kanpai! Japanese Sake Tour ◆|
Keage Incline - Old Railroad → Nanzen-ji Temple → Yoshida Shrine → Japanese Sake brewery
Welcome to the Kyoto Visitors Host website!!
I am Charlie and will be your guide as you visit and explore Kyoto.
Walking around the city with a local guide will give you an experience to leave you with not only great memories of what you see but a deeper understanding of why Kyoto is one of the most beloved cities in the world.
I would like to share the idea of how Kyoto society works and people here live with our culture.
Here are some tours that I can offer.
1. Custom Tours (Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kenninji-Temple, Gion area, Hands-on experiencs..., as you wish)
2. Japanese Sake Tours (Visit Sake breweries, sampling with International Sake sommelier)
3. Higashiyama Hightlights Tour
◆Duration : 4 hours to 6 hours
20,00yen for 4 hour (Incl. tax)
30,00yen for 6 hours (Incl. tax)
(Guests are responsible for admission fees, transportation, hands-on experience fee and any food or drink purchased while on the tour.)
★ The price of the tour is the same for your entire group (from 1 up to 6 people). We don't charge per person.
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Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
I would be more than happy to help you make out your KYOTO itinerary!!
I had a beautiful spring day with great people from an international firm and we enjoyed the day with visiting Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine, Sanjusangendo, Kennin-ji Temple and strolling around the Gion area. One of the highlights of the tour was Ramen lunch!! We really had good ramen noodles and dishes (and beer!!) local people usually have. We walked, ate, talked and laughed a lot.
It was a great day out with a family from America. We visited Shimogamo Shrine where the unique festival called "Mitarashi-festival" was held. Two lovely daughters enjoyed it very much and they asked me a lot of questions about the city and culture. We took a train to the Gion district and had Soba lunch. At the end of the tour we had a tea ceremony. It was a great experience for them.
It was a hot and humid day for October and a Kyoto news gathering tour was pretty exciting. I had a newspaper reporter from New York and we visited a long-established Tofu shop near Kitano Tenmangu Shrine and met the president of the company to find out all secrets of Tofu making. We also enjoyed the first day of a three-day holiday in Fushimi Inari Shrine and Nisiki Market.