Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kiyomizudera, Kinkaku-ji Temple, Arashiyama Tour with Optional Lunch

$ 63.6 / AED 233.39 per person

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • See the parts of Japan where natural beauty and history coexists
  • Visit ancient sites of Fushimi Inari shrine and Kiyomizudera Temple
  • Take a stroll in the Japanese gardens of the UNESCO-listed golden Kinkaku-ji Temple
  • Explore the historic sites of the picturesque Arashiyama town
  • Choose between a bus only tour and a day tour that includes lunch and admissions
  • Both printed or smartphone vouchers accepted!

Activity Schedule

Umeda - 8:30am
Namba - 9am
Niponbashi - 8:35am

Overview

Visit the places that bring together history and natural beauty providing a tranquil experience. Your tour begins from Osaka and takes you on a day long excursion filled with prettiness and spirituality.

Fushimi Inari shrine
Visit the Fushimi Inari shrine, famous for its network of vermillion tori gates behinds its main buildings. Observe the many fox statues in the shrine premises as the animals are thought to be the messengers of Inari, the Shinto God of rice. 

Kiyomizudera 
Head to Kiyomizudera, one of the most celebrated temples of Japan built in AD 780. The UNESCO World Heritage Site temple is named after the pure waters of the Otowa Waterfall and offers gorgeous views of cherry and maple trees as well as of the city of Kyoto. 

Upgrade to add a Japanese lunch or Udon set to your tour.  

Kinkaku-ji Temple  
The famous ‘Golden Pavilion’ is a must-visit in Kyoto. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, see the temple rise above its reflecting pond as you take in the serene surroundings. Take a stroll along the sprawling garden retaining its original design from the 14th century. 

Arashiyama
Filled with shrines and temples, Arashiyama is one of the most popular tourist districts in Kyoto.

INCLUSIONS

  • Round trip bus transfer
  • Lunch - Japanese style or Udon Set (as per option selected)
  • Admission (Kiyomizudera Temple & Kinkakuji Temple)
  • Tour conductor

Exclusions

  • Gratuities (if you feel generous!)

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