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In this tour you will visit Kyoto's southern district Fushimi and see the unique Fushimi Inari Shrine with its countless vermillion gates. You will ride a traditional boat and will visit famous local sake breweries to taste locally made sake!
- See Fushimi Inari Shrine and its many gates
- Take a boat trip along the canal between the old cellars and sake breweries
- Visit a famous sake brewery and taste sake
JR Inari Station
English guides are always available. Please contact us if you need French or Spanish guides.
What you need to bring
Please wear proper clothing and shoes for walking.
- 普通话 (Fluent)
- Français (Fluent)
- 日本語 (Fluent)
- English (Fluent)
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A wonderful day in Kyoto and Fushimi
This was a really great day for us, and we learned and experienced a lot. We started out by visiting the Fushimi Imari shrine. This was a really beautiful spot and we had a great walk up the mountain where it is situated. We also really enjoyed the company of our guide, Toshi, and we learned a lot about both this shrine specifically and various Shinto tales and customs. We would also like to recommend people visiting the location to try Inari Sushi. If you're used to sushi the way it's usually served in the west, this may be a new, tasty experience for you. Afterwards, we headed towards the Buddhist temple and sake tasting place. We got to try a variety of different sake types, and this was both an interesting and enjoyable experience. All in all, this was a great day for the both of us, and we would like to give a big thanks to our guide who made this a memorable experience.
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