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  • Alice Alice

    Take a Japanese Traditional Dance Class in Kyoto

    Take a Japanese Traditional Dance Class in Kyoto Iori女士教導"京的四季"一曲
    我學習的部分為春季
    舞蹈的每個動作都有它的含義
    老師不只教導動作同時也解釋動作的意思,除了輔助記憶外,一曲舞就如同一首詩般美麗

    認識京都透過舞蹈是很好的方式

  • Eveline Eveline

    Take a Japanese Traditional Dance Class in Kyoto

    Take a Japanese Traditional Dance Class in Kyoto Very nice lesson, Lori knows how to build up the lesson very well and creates a nice atmosphere. I learned a lot in a short time and it was a very nice experience too! I would highly recommend dancers to take this lesson to learn about the Japanese dance.

  • Chloe Chloe

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access Unfortunately it was raining on the day we visited, but the tour was informative and fun and it was a good visit overall. The castle was way better that we expected, and the guide helped us understand Japanese history. It was a pretty cool experience. I’d like to visit again in good weather!

  • Charlie Charlie

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access It was not too crowded and we enjoyed the whole tour, we felt that the castle reflected the rich history of Kyoto. Nijo-jo itself is impressive, and the gardens are also amazing. We particularly enjoyed the incredible “nightingale floors”. This place is a must-visit.

  • Carly Carly

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access

    Nijo Castle Guided Tour in Kyoto with Ninomaru Palace Access Very good historical castle with lots of histories. The buildings and the grounds were very beautiful and a pleasure to walk though. If you are in the area, it’s well worth visiting this world heritage site. I felt very special to have exclusive access to an area that was not open to the public.