Travel back in time and visit Kyoto’s famous geisha districts, Gion and Shirakawa, rich in tradition and culture. This walking tour will take you to the most iconic and photogenic areas of Japan. Sample light bites along the way as you take a peek down hidden streets to get a view of the daily life and history of this world-renowned city. Gain captivating insights into the lives of geisha and hear fascinating stories about the area as we walk along the charming cobblestoned streets filled with old teahouses and the soft light of paper lanterns. The tour ends with kaiseki cuisine, a meal that is a celebration of Japanese flavors, seasons, and traditions. This multi-course Japanese dinner flawlessly mixes global and regional flavors to produce some of the most delicious dishes on the planet. The Gion tour is our most luxurious dinner tour and is definitely a must-try when you visit Kyoto!
Departure Point: In front of Kyoto Kanji MuseumStart Time(s): 17:00Duration: 3 hoursReturn Details: Pontocho areaIncluded:
- Explore Gion, one of the most fascinating and beautiful, must-visit places in Japan.
- Indulge your senses with an inspired multi-course meal celebrating the seasonal and regional food of Kyoto.
- Travel through time with our expert local guide and see the oldest capital city of Japan from the eyes of a local.
- Hear fascinating stories that go beyond history and culture.
- Learn about the magical and intriguing world of geisha, an experience of a lifetime.
• 10-course dinner plus green tea
• 1 Drink
• Snack samplings
• Dessert Included
• Local English-speaking guidePrice: ¥25,000 per personNot Included:
• Hotel pick up not included (can be arranged for an additional charge)
• Transportation costs
• Additional drinks or food (not included but possible to purchase at guest expense)Extra Details:
Days offered: Monday to Sunday
Minimum number of participants: 2
Maximum number of participants: 10Booking:
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