A walk in Kyoto's Gion district

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History, heritage, pagoda and the kimono!

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Live, real-time experience tour with a local guide in authentic Kyoto

Visits to the Geisha district and the historic area ''Higashiyama'' famous for its beautiful landscape with Yasaka pagoda


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Be a part of Kyoto and feel the essence of Japan! Join Mayako in this one hour 10 mins tour of Kyoto.

Kyoto was the former capital of Japan for more than 1000 years. Many important parts of Japanese history and culture unfolded and developed in the city. That's why we can say ''Kyoto is the best place to see and feel the Essence of Japan''.

On this live, walking tour where we will visit a Shinto shrine and the historical area of Higashiyama, famous for its beautiful landscape with Yasaka pagoda.

We will end the tour at one of my favourite viewpoints from where you will get panoramic views of the area. I have a lot of stories and enriching information to share regarding the history, culture, tradition and beauty of Kyoto!

Join us, and see the very highlights of Kyoto! (The tour lasts 75 minutes and you will have 15 minutes for free Q&A time.)


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Organizer Centre for Responsible Tourism Singapore

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Trainer: Kevin Phun, a trainer and practitioner in Sustainable tourism and also a consultant for SMEs in the area of adopting responsible business practices. 

Email: kevin@crts.asia

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