Kyoto

Surrounded by mountains in the south of the island of Honshu, Kyoto has long been the capital of Imperial Japan (from the ninth to the nineteenth century anyway). This explains the incredible wealth of monuments, temples and architectural showcasing the wealth of Japan that is found in this city. https://www.cityzeum.com/le-pavillon-dor-13625 the Golden Pavilion is thus one of the iconic temples of the country, which still attracts visitors in large numbers, but there is also the http: //www.cityzeum.com/le-pavillon-dargent-13625 Temple Money, https://www.cityzeum.com/kiyomizu-dera-13625 temples Kiyomizu Temple, https://www.cityzeum.com / Ryoan-ji-13625 Ryoan-ji, and https://www.cityzeum.com/to-ji-13625-ji, all enclosed in beautiful green setting or surrounded by very neat Japanese gardens. If Kyoto knows modern neighborhoods, such as that of https://www.cityzeum.com/la-gare-de-kyoto-13625 station, it is far from the image of the big Japanese cities, Kyoto and has many neighborhoods which leave room for nature, making it one of the most pleasant cities to visit Japan. A trip to Kyoto to explore traditional Japan Today, we mostly know the Japan through its technological innovations, its electronic gadgets and cars. This economic prosperity yet goes along with respect for traditional values, a real brand for the Japanese population. This traditional Japan is somewhat masked by the hectic life of cities that have become real megacities. However, in Kyoto, this city of art, you have the opportunity to d & eacu