Kyoto Day Tour from Osaka
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Kyoto Day Tour from Osaka

Kyoto Day Tour from Osaka
  • Type: Day Tours in Osaka

  • Departs From: Osaka

  • Meeting Point: Hotel pick-up

  • Duration: 10 hours and 30 minutes

  • Available Languages:

  • Available: daily at 07:40

  • Product Code: 1400

Start the day with a train ride from Osaka to Kyoto, Japan's capital from 794 to 1868. Visit Nijo Castle, the residence of Tokugawa era shoguns, and marvel at the gold-leaf covered Golden Pavilion, which houses sacred relics of Buddha. Stroll through its surrounding garden, known for its exquisite beauty.

Visit the Kyoto Imperial Palace, before watching traditional Japanese artisans at work at the Kyoto Handicraft Center, where you will have lunch. Walk through Sanjusangendo Temple, Japan's longest wooden structure, and browse through the specialty shops leading up to Kiyomizudera Temple for a sweeping view of the city. Then visit Heian Jingu Shrine, a partial replica of the Imperial Palace.

Osaka - Kyoto
Leave Osaka for Kyoto aboard a JR rapid train (non-reserved seats) with an English-speaking tour conductor.

Nijo Castle
The Kyoto Residence of the Tokugawa Shogun built in 1603, Nijo Castle is noted for the contrast of its solemn appearance and gorgeous interiors.

Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion)
The most authentic and exquisite Japanese style garden in the world, plus the celebrated Golden Pavilion.

Kyoto Imperial Palace
The ancient Imperial Palace clearly shows the Japanese taste for purity, simplicity and calmness.

Kyoto Nagomikan
Enjoy Japanese - Western style lunch.

Heian Jingu Shrine
Graceful old court life is reflected in the brightly colored shrine with its vermilion pillars and green roof, and in its enchanting inner gardens and ponds.

Sanjusangendo Hall
A renowned long wooden hall housing 1,001 statues of the Buddhist deity Kannon that date back to the 13th century.

Kiyomizudera Temple
A quaint old lane lined with pottery shops leads to the temple. Enjoy a sweeping view of the entire city from its lofty terrace.

Kyoto - Osaka
Return to Osaka aboard a JR rapid train (non-reserved seats) with an English-speaking assistant. Tour disbands on arrival at JR Osaka Station around 18:30.

Includes
- Train tickets
- English-speaking guide
- Lunch
- Hotel pick-up

Excludes
- Drinks
- Personal expenses
- Tips and gratuities
- Optional activity costs

Please note
- Pick ups are available from selected hotels in Osaka.
- Children 5 years old and below are free of charge, provided they sit on an adult's lap. If they need a seat, they will be charged (child rates).
- Journey between Osaka and Kyoto will be accompanied by an English-speaking tour assistant.
- You are required to fill out the form (your name, sex, age, nationality) when you enter the Kyoto Imperial Palace.
- On days when the Kyoto Imperial Palace is closed we will visit Nishi Honganji instead.
- On days when the Nijo castle is closed we will visit Ryoanji Temple or Daitokuji Daisen-in Temple instead.
- Heian Shrine will be replaced by Chishaku-in Temple on October 22, during the Jidai Festival.
- Drop-off service to Karasuma Kyoto Hotel is not available on the days of Gion Festival (July 14 - 16).

2013 changes:
- The tour will assemble in Kyoto at New Miyako Hotel, and lunch will be a Western-style buffet.

Season : January 05, 2014 to December 30, 2014

Price per adult $157.68
Price per child $136.38
Departs daily at 07:40
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Diana L., Korea, Republic Of
The tour was just magnificent. From the start of the tour, being met at our hotel, taken by subway to Kyoto, to meet the bus and the rest of the group and then being shown and told so much about the sites we visited, I'm not sure that we could have asked for a nicer day. Our guide, Mickey was fantastic and spoke such good English, thank you again for a most informative day, we so enjoyed it. Lunch was delicious and we had ample to eat. We would highly recommend this tour to anyone who was wanting to do it.

Sharon O., USA
The itinerary was great..... We visited all the main attractions in an efficient manner. The guides were knowledgeable, interesting & easy to understand. The personal escort from our hotel in Osaka to start the tour & back to hotel at conclusion were much appreciated especially since we were not famiiar with train system.

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Kyoto Day Tour from Osaka


"The tour was just magnificent. From the start of the tour, being met at our hotel, taken by subway to Kyoto, to meet the bus and the rest of the group and then being shown and told so much about the sites we visited, I'm not sure that we could have asked for a nicer day. Our guide, Mickey was fantastic and spoke such good English, thank you again for a most informative day, we so enjoyed it. Lunch was delicious and we had ample to eat. We would highly recommend this tour to anyone who was wanting to do it."


Diana L., Korea, Republic Of

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Kyoto Day Tour from Osaka
Kyoto Day Tour from Osaka
Kyoto Day Tour from Osaka
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Take this guided bus tour from Osaka to Kyoto. Immerse yourself in Japanese history as you visit Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple, the Kyoto Imperial Palace, the Handicraft Center, the Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Hall and the Kiyomizudera Temple.