• Harajuku and one of many shops both showing and selling attire from popular youth fashion, you cannot go far here without finding some new trend on display.


    • Slip back in time and enjoy a quieter version of Tokyo in Yanaka, where many stores are wheelchair accessible.


    • The Philosophers Walk, or Philosophers Path, is a heavily photographed pedestrian path located in Kyoto lined with beautiful cherry trees.

    Philosopher’s Walk

    • Nishiki Market is a great place to find seasonal foods and Kyotos local specialties. However, it can be crowded making it difficult to traverse for those who use canes or wheelchairs.

    Nishiki Market

    • Many traditional paper lanterns on display at Yasaka Shrine, or Yasaka Jinja. It is one of the most famous shrines in Kyoto and home of the Gion Matsuri.

    Yasaka Jinja

    • Kyoto Tower offers views of the ancient capital that are worth seeing and adaptations to the old building have made it relatively wheelchair accessible.

    Kyoto Tower