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Karasuma Dori, Kawaramachi Dori and Shijo Dori stretching north from Kyoto Station, the gateway to the ancient capital of Kyoto, is one of the city's most popular shopping districts. This is an area where you can enjoy shopping and gourmet food as well as strolling around the city.
There are lots of little shops and hideaway cafes.
In the eastern part of Kyoto “Rakutou” area, there are many temples and shrines, including Ginkakuji Temple to the north of Kiyomizu-dera Temple, which is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Kyoto.
There is a route down Kiyomizu-zaka slope from Kiyomizu-dera Temple to Kodai-dera Temple and Yasaka Shrine, the Philosopher's Path that connects Nanzenji Temple and Ginkakuji Temple with its beautiful seasonal gardens, and the Gion area where the traditional streetscape is still preserved.
On the western part of Kyoto “Rakusai” area has a high concentration of world heritage sites and historic old temples.
The area is known for the Kinkakuji Temple, which is synonymous with Kyoto tourism, Arashiyama Park where you can enjoy the beauty of nature, Togetsukyo Bridge, and Kozanji Temple, a World Heritage Site famous for its National Treasure, "Caricatures of Birds, Beasts and People". Another attraction of this area is that you can enjoy active experiences that you cannot have in other areas, such as the trolley train that runs through the gorge and river rafting in the Hozukyo Valley.
Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine, famous as the head shrine of the Inari-san, is a very popular spot among young tourists because of its vermilion Senbon-torii gate, which looks good on Instagram. The area is also a must-see for history buffs as it is dotted with places associated with famous patriots of the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, including Teradaya and Ryoma Sakamoto.
The Rakuhoku area, where one of Kyoto's oldest shrines, Shimogamo Shrine (Kamo-Gojinsha), is located in the northern part of Sakyo-ku and is a little further from Kyoto City. Visitors can enjoy the natural beauty of Ohara, Takagamine and Murasakino, where they can feel the serene beauty of nature in each season.