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Those who venture to Kyoto can expect magical sights of bamboo forests, ornate shrines and temples, impeccably dressed geishas, theatre performances, rambunctious monkeys, and blooming cherry trees when the season permits. Travelers can learn all about art, tea, Zen Buddhism, and other pillars of Japanese culture all within the borders of this easily-accessible city.

1, Visit the Kiyomizu-dera Temple.

The shrine is also connected to the Otowa Waterfall, which is incorporated into a separate shrine and divided into three streams symbolizing success, love, and a long life. Drink from the stream that correlates to your greatest desire for good fortune. This shrine is definitely worth the visit not only because of its beauty but also because of the mysticism that surrounds it.
2,Monkey Park Iwatayama

Put on a comfortable pair of shoes and head uphill to a park full of monkeys. Be warned, there are monkeys everywhere. Swinging through the trees, scampering across the path, and even daring to come close for a better chance of stealing food, these primates provide entertainment for everyone.

4, Book private Holiday photographer

Everyone loves to click pictures with the perfect background in which both the view and they look great. Travel photographers are quite good at that. They have the skills to take great shots of you along with the destination you are at in the same frame.
The thing with professional photographers is that they are blessed with the knack of not only capturing a good picture but the story behind it as well. That adds to the beauty of a picture and whenever you look back at them, you can remember exactly what was going on at that moment. you can book photographers for one hour and capture all the beautiful moment.

5,Smell cherry blossoms at Maruyama Park

Maruyama Park is Kyoto’s best place to view cherry blossoms. In the evening, the central weeping cherry tree is even lit up for a spectacular display. The magical thing about this park is that it has many varieties of cherry blossoms, so visitors can witness a range of color, size, and texture. Enjoy a cup of tea or warm meal under the trees and watch the cranes float by on the nearby pond.

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