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From the old merchants house from the Nineteenth Century, to an experience linking tea with Samurai and Geisha, here is a selection of some unique places for a Tea Ceremony, a quintessential Kyoto experience.
Kiyomizudera, also known as the Pure Water Temple is one of more famous temples in Japan. This temple is located up in a hill in the east of Kyoto. One of the things that stands out is the wooden stage in the main hall that is 13 meters above the hill. During the spring period, this will give you an amazing view of the cherry blossom. From the wooden stage, you will also able to see Kyoto city in the distance. Kiyomizudera is also inside the list of UNESCO World Heritage.
Retrace the steps of a forgotten princess in this sublime mountainside village just 40 mins north of Kyoto
Nowhere in Japan has touched me more than Kanazawa. Particularly Higashi Ochaya and the surrounding area. Hoping all those who travel to Japan make this a must to see
Cape Manza is famous for its iconic, dramatic cliffs and sunset views in Okinawa. Facing Northwest, the best times to take in this view is in the late afternoon.
Come to Wazuka and join a Japanese Tea Tour. It is a refreshing opportunity to get away from crowded and noisy cities to experience long-lived Japanese tea traditions and enjoy a cup of locally grown tea.
Miyazu Catholic Church is the oldest church in Japan, with a fascinating clash of Japanese and Western styles and culture
JapanTravel compares the top five Kimono and Yukata hire shops in Kyoto, all close to the major attractions