Lots of guests joined Kyoto FooDrink Tour in December 2016!

Happy New Year!! Cheers to 2017!!
We wish you a year filled with peace, good health and happiness.

In Japanese, New Year is called “oshougatsu”, and the first day of the year is called “gantan”.
It is a very important day for the Japanese people.
On these day, Japanese people go for “hatsumode”.
This means visiting a shrine so that you will be able to spend the entire New Year healthily.
Some people climb up the mountain before dawn to see the first sunrise of the year.

By the way, do you know how many temples and shrines are there in Kyoto?
There are about 1,600 Buddhist temples and 300 shrines scattered throughout the prefecture of Kyoto.
Every shrine is full of people in “gantan”.
This is one of our culture!

We hope all of our guests enjoyed our tours and go back home with happy memories.
Here are Mosaic Arts made by using tour photos in Dec 2016.

Please keep the wonderful memories in Japan and enjoy your photo!
Thank you again, for our guests!

Kyoto FooDrink Tour & Kyoto Private Tour

Nishiki Market is famous as the “Kitchen of Kyoto.”
Not only the local residents, but many restaurant owners and chefs also come to Nishiki Market to purchase materials for their cuisine.
During the rush to purchase supplies for the end-of-the-year holidays, which is always the most crowded time of the year, the market is jam-packed with people.

As Private Tour we take you to some famous temple and shrine.
For example Fushimi Inari shrine, Nijo Castle, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Kiyomizudera Temple, Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion), Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion).
Explore Kyoto’s highlights in one day with our friendly and professional guide.
You will learn about Japanese culture and history to get compelete picture of Kyoto!!

Here is original picture.
It’s Fushimi Inari Shrine.

Thank you very much for visiting Kyoto in December!

We wish you all the best and hope to see you again in Kyoto!

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