・Higashihongaji: A one star on Michelin Green Guide, this is the world's largest wooden temple! Take some time to relax here. There are interesting spots to see, such as "Kezuna," made from one's hair used during the construction.
・Nishihonganji: A world heritage site, often called as "Onishisan." In fact, there is a hostility to the history of Nishihonganji... What happened here? Enjoy the history as you take a walk around the temple.
・BANISTER CAFE KYOTO: Located under a gaurd-rail, yet a quiet stylish cafe. Try some Toraja Coffee and authentic bread from kiln stone. Recommended is the burger where you can taste "Kyo-yasai" (Kyoto Vegetables)!
・Giontsujiri kyotoekihachijoguchi-ten: Founded in 1860, this is a Uji tea speciality store representative of Kyoto. In recent years it serves ice cream, parfaits etc. and has become highly popular to young women! Brownies, just the right sweetness, make great souvenirs!
・Kyoto Station: Graphical illumination: a popular spot for tourists! This is a grand illumination at the staircase of the station. There are many variations of illumintations all representing Kyoto's popular tourist spots. You can spend hours admiring the iilumination!
・Kyoto Masutani: Ramen in rich soy sauce soup, based on chicken broth. This authentic taste of Kyoto, loved by the people of Kyoto, will make you wanting more!!!
・Kyoto Station Air Route: A place where you can see Kyoto Tower and the city! You may feel some oddness when looking at this view. That is, there are no skyscrapers or high-rise buildings in this highly populated city! Come and see this protected, historical landscape.