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Explore Japan's essential sites and hidden gems
The Cafetel hotel
Since its opening in July 2018, the Cafetel hotel in Kyoto has already made a lot of noise. Too bad for the gentlemen, this is an establishment entirely reserved for ladies.
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Kyoto's Top 5 Night Views
If in Tokyo, it is easy to gain height to admire the illuminated buildings, the views of Kyoto are rarer, especially at night.
The future Ace Hotel in Kyoto
A brand new Ace Hotel will open its doors at the end of 2019 in the former imperial capital, Kyoto. The first Japanese hotel of the American chain promises to be luxurious.
Miyagawa-cho Beer Garden
The Former Imperial Capital's City Hall
Built in 1927, the Kyoto City Hall is one of the few architectural remains of Japan before the war still visible in the city center of Kyoto.
Traditional Arts at Gion Corner
Kyoto is the soul of Japan, and the heart of its culture has been nourished by a thousand years of unbroken tradition.
Fushin'an Tea House
The Fushin'an tea house of the Omotesenke family has perpetuated the ceremonial rites related to this famous drink since the sixteenth century, and more recently, through its foundation.
"I know it's only Rock'n'Roll and good Beer but I like it, it's so good !! »
Nestled in a sun colored building with architecture reminiscent of the Catalan Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926), Independants Café has all the facets of a good arty venue.
Walls of the same color as the light foam that covers your espresso, a selection of small home made dishes, soft music, colorful chairs to curl up in...
One of the most beautiful views in one of the most secret Kyoto cafes.
Kyoto Kanze Kaikan Noh Theater
Classical Japanese theater, registered in 2008 as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Unesco, Noh is characterized by its extreme restraint.
Sake factory Gekkeikan
"Sake for the body, haiku for the heart"
Taneda Santoka (1882-1940) in Zen, sake, haiku
Café Bibliotic Hello!
The Kyoto-ite students rave about this cozy place to relax between classes or revise their papers in a place deserving of the name "just like home". Go check it out!
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