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京の片泊まり
京の片泊まり
December 6, 2019
Yasaka Shrine is one of the most famous shrines in Kyoto and is well-known for its festival, Gion Matsuri which is hold in summer. All year long, you can enjoy eating at food stands. Distance: - By foot: 17 minutes - By bus: 14 minutes - bus n.100, 207, 206, 202 or 110 - 230JPY Opening hours:…
Noriyuki
Noriyuki
October 7, 2019
Yasaka Shrine, once called Gion Shrine, is a Shinto shrine located in Gion. It is also the most famous shrine in Kyoto, and is a host shrine for Kyoto's Gion Matsuri festival. Inside the shrine is a pleasant garden - a popular spot for hanami cherry-viewing parties in spring. Yasaka Shrine is also…
Saito Family
Saito Family
February 4, 2020
Yasaka Shrine (八坂神社, Yasaka Jinja), also known as Gion Shrine, is one of the most famous shrines in Kyoto. Founded over 1350 years ago, the shrine is located between the popular Gion District and Higashiyama District, and is often visited by tourists walking between the two districts. The shrine's…
B&B 宇凪院
B&B 宇凪院
February 11, 2020
Yasaka Shrine (Yasaka Jinja), also known as Gion Shrine, is one of the most famous shrines in Kyoto. Founded over 1350 years ago, the shrine is located between the popular Gion District and Higashiyama District, and is often visited by tourists walking between the two districts. From Unagi Inn, you…
Samuel&Ryo
Samuel&Ryo
January 22, 2020
One of the less known shrines in Namba,Osaka. (getting more popular recently) Its not exactly close by, but if you have time its definitly worth it, to stop by. Be sure to check the opening times on google before you go there!

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Gionmachi Kitagawa, Kyōto-fu 605-0073
東山区
Telefono+81 75-561-6155