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Las mejores recomendaciones de lugares emblemáticos según la gente local

Buddhist Temple
“Here is Kiyomizu Temple. One of the best and largest traditional Buddhist temple. Very crowded with tourists and students on busy season. Must see. The structure is massive! You can enjoy wearing Kimono Japanese Traditional Dress from young to adult and walk around take some photos as a good memory. You can go on foot. It will take you 44 minutes!”
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Buddhist Temple
“Here's Kinkakuji Temple which is called The golden Pavilion. Covered in glittering gold leaf, the pavilion dazzles admirers as it shimmers in the sunlight over its mirroring pond. Both the temple and its delightful Zen stroll garden are a must visit location for any visitor to Kyoto. You can visit Kinkakuji for 30 min by bus from Unagi Inn”
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Shrine
“Fushimi Inari Shrine (伏見稲荷大社, Fushimi Inari Taisha) is an important Shinto shrine in southern Kyoto. It is famous for its thousands of vermilion torii gates, which straddle a network of trails behind its main buildings. The trails lead into the wooded forest of the sacred Mount Inari, which stands at 233 meters and belongs to the shrine grounds. Fushimi Inari is the most important of several thousands of shrines dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. Foxes are thought to be Inari's messengers, resulting in many fox statues across the shrine grounds. Fushimi Inari Shrine has ancient origins, predating the capital's move to Kyoto in 794.”
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Palace
“Kyoto's Imperial Palace used to be the residence of Japan's Imperial Family. The Kyoto Imperial Park, which surround the palace, is a great place to have a relaxing time. Open all day long, locals like to come to run, walk or just sit on a bench and read a book. Distance: 10 minutes' walk Entrance fee: free”
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Shrine
“One of Kyoto’s most well-known Shinto shrines. Yasaka Shrine has a very traditional architecture; the kind you see in samurai movies. During spring, the shrine’s premises are crowed with visitors who want to view the beautiful cherry blossoms and have a picnic under its pink flowers. Around a 10-min walk from our KYOBU-Higashiyama house and Hotel MATERIAL.”
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Buddhist Temple
“Ginkakuji (銀閣寺, Silver Pavilion) is a Zen temple along Kyoto's eastern mountains (Higashiyama). In 1482, shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa built his retirement villa on the grounds of today's temple, modeling it after Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion), his grandfather's retirement villa at the base of Kyoto's northern mountains (Kitayama). The villa was converted into a Zen temple after Yoshimasa's death in 1490. As the retirement villa of an art obsessed shogun, Ginkakuji became a center of contemporary culture, known as the Higashiyama Culture in contrast to the Kitayama Culture of his grandfather's times. Unlike the Kitayama Culture, which remained limited to the aristocratic circles of Kyoto, the Higashiyama Culture had a broad impact on the entire country. The arts developed and refined during the time include the tea ceremony, flower arrangement, noh theater, poetry, garden design and architecture. Today, Ginkakuji consists of the Silver Pavilion, half a dozen other temple buildings, a beautiful moss garden and a unique dry sand garden. It is enjoyed by walking along a circular route around its grounds, from which the gardens and buildings can be viewed.”
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Shrine
“Fushimi Inari(伏見稲荷大社)" Shrine is a popular spot for foreign tourists.The scenery that countless torii lined is magnificent.”
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Buddhist Temple
“This temple is most famous for its long main hall (the longest in Japan!) and the collection of sculptures it houses, including 1001 Thousand-armed Kannon, 28 standing attendants, a statue of Fūjin and a statue of Raijin, and the principal image of the temple, a big seated statue of Thousand-armed Kannon.”
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Shrine
“Heian Shrine (Heian Jingu in Japanese) is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in the city. Located in a beautiful part of Kyoto where you also find the Museum of Art, the zoo and Okazaki Park, all a few meters apart from each other. Only a 5 to 7-min walk from our KYOBU-Higashiyama house and Hotel MATERIAL.”
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Shrine
“Kitano Tenmangu Shrine (北野天満宮, Kitano Tenmangū) is one of the most important of several hundred shrines across Japan that are dedicated to Sugawara Michizane, a scholar and politician who was unfairly exiled by his political rivals. A number of disasters were attributed to Michizane's vengeful spirit after his death in exile, and these shrines were built to appease him. Sugawara Michizane is associated with Tenjin, the kami ("Shinto god") of education. Consequently, many students visit Kitano Tenmangu to pray for success in their studies. The shrine can become especially crowded with students during exam times and school trip seasons.”
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Shrine
“The shrine from ancient time. Older than this city. It holds rare primitive woods ward. The wedding ceremony of my sister was held here : ) best place to wed. ”
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Shrine
“The Kamo Shrines, Shimogamo Shrine and Kamigamo Shrine, are both recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They are two of the most important and oldest shrines in Kyoto. In fact, the Kamo Shrines even predate the city's establishment as national capital in 794. Throughout the thousand years that Kyoto served as Japan's capital city, the Imperial Court patronized the shrines as establishments dedicated to the city's protection and prosperity.”
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Buddhist Temple
“Chionin temple is the head temple of Jodo sect of the Buddhism. It's quite large and it has nice garden in it. People usually go to only Yasaka shrine, which is just before Chionin, but Chionin is better. Before you enter the temple, you'll see huge gate. It shows that the temple is the symbol of Kyoto.”
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Shrine
“Kibune (貴船) is a small town in a forested valley in the northern mountains of Kyoto City, which developed around Kifune Shrine. According to legend, a goddess traveled in a boat from Osaka all the way up the river into the mountains north of Kyoto, and Kifune Shrine was built at the site where her boat journey had come to an end. Kifune Shrine is dedicated to the god of water and rain and believed to be the protector of those at sea. Here you can obtain a unique type of fortune written on paper slips (omikuji) that reveal their messages when dipped into water. Okunomiya, the inner sanctum and original site of Kifune Shrine, lies about one kilometer further up the valley. It has a large rock, known as the boat stone, which is said to be where the goddess' yellow boat is buried.”
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Buddhist Temple
“It is close to Nanzen-ji Temple.Eikando is beautiful at night - beautiful autumn leaves illuminated and highlighted to perfection! ”
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“Serene temple with historic shrines & a bamboo grove, plus a teahouse hosting seasonal ceremonies.”
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