Kyoto, officially Kyoto, is the capital city of Kyoto Prefecture in Japan. Located in the Kansai region on the island of Honshu, Kyoto forms a part of the Keihanshin metropolitan area along with Osaka and Kobe.

Kyoto is considered the cultural capital of Japan and is a major tourist destination. It is home to numerous Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, palaces, and gardens, some of which have been designated collectively as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Prominent landmarks include the Kyoto Imperial Palace, Kiyomizu-dera, Kinkaku-ji, Ginkaku-ji, Nijo Castle, and Kyoto Tower.

Kyoto city is covered with forests and mountains, so the air here is humid all year round, making the summer hot and the winter cold and snowy, but in general, the weather is suitable for visitors to come all year round for sightseeing and relaxation.

If you want to see cherry blossoms blooming on the roads, you can travel in March and May. If you want to participate in outdoor fun activities such as mountain climbing, camping, etc., you can go there. Choose to travel in the summer from July to September. For those who like to experience walking on the yellow leaf roads, they can go in the autumn of September and October or go at the end of the year to experience the beautiful scenery. white snowflakes, the chilly feeling of winter days.

Kyoto is famous for its thick and flavorful kotteri ramen which is cooked from chicken bones and stewed for 14 hours. Opaque ramen broth served with slices of pork, bamboo shoots, and green onions. Diners can add sesame, chili sauce, or spicy sesame oil. The bar broth will make Japanese food more delicious and easy for visitors to choose what to enjoy. In addition, Kyoto also has some famous delicacies such as Chirimen Sansho, Yatsuhashi, Tsukemono, etc.

Kyoto is known as the “matcha capital” of Japan, so when you come here, don’t forget to give this gift to your friends after your trip. Besides, Kyoto also has many other souvenir shops that visitors can freely shop such as: Tenugui, traditional Japanese dolls, or Bangasa umbrellas.

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