The Philosopher's Path (哲学の道, Tetsugaku no michi) is a pedestrian path following a canal lined by cherry trees between Ginkaku-ji and Nanzen-ji. The path earned its name because an influential 20th century philosopher, Nishida Taro, is thought to have used it for daily meditation.
Hotel Heian No Mori Kyoto enchants us with a tranquil atmosphere.
Perched on the hills of Higashiyama, relax in this retreat of calm and comfort amongst a beautiful Japanese garden
Live the life of a Edo period noble at Kaiokan in Okazaki Higashiyama Kyoto
The Yojiya Café at Ginkakuji is one you must visit in Kyoto to enjoy the atmosphere and try their array of drinks and sweets.
Emi's cooking class, like the crescendo in a movie soundtrack, takes on a life of its own at the Kyoto Uzuki Cooking Class.
Rokusei Satei is an institution amongst the food temples of Kyoto. Many aficionados rave about this place, being the just about..
The Ginkakuji, also known as the“ Silver Pavilion ”, is a Buddhist Zen temple in the Higashiyama area in northeastern Kyoto. The surrounding gardens..
Shinshōgokuraku-ji or Shinnyo-dō is a Buddhist Tendai temple in Kyoto. It was established in 984 AD by Kaisan Shonin. In its name, gokuraku means Su..
Eikando Temple (永観堂), formerly known as Zenrin-ji temple, was established in 853 and is the head temple for the Seizan branch of Japan's Jōdo..