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!!
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.
If you want to feel true Kyoto atmosphere and soak up as much Kyoto cuture as possible, Higashiyama Highlights tour is perfect tour. I had a sweet family from Houston, Texas and we visited some of must-see spots. At Sanju-sangendo, we enjoyed the impressing 1001 golden Buddhas and vermillion Torii gates at Fushimi Inari Shrine. We experienced a tea ceremony after walking through Gion district
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.