Ten years ago, I have been somewhat hungry for Kyoto alone.
Ten years ago, I have been somewhat hungry for Kyoto alone. Because I liked the history, it was a solo travel alone focused on shrines and tours of museums. I buy a book with a shrine temple in Kyoto, not a travel guidebook, and decide where I want to go, then decide the course around that. Kyoto is convenient to go around by bus, so carefully investigate which line you get on and where you get off. And, because the place that is likely to take a break is not listed in the book centered around the shrine, check it with a travel guide book. The central part of Kyoto gets crowded, so we are walking all the way because it's a waste of time on the bus! It is! Walking, you can discover various shops and stone monuments that are not on the guidebook. When I went to Arashiyama, I paid 9000 yen at that time and got on a rickshaw without sacrificing the brutal invitation of the rickshaw brother. However, he took me to the destination and heard the explanation of his older brother, maybe it was worth 9000 yen. By the way, my favorite temple in Kyoto is ""Nanno Buddha temple"". It was struck by thousands of unrelated Buddhas. Since I got married, I do not have a chance to go to Kyoto so easily, but this year I want to go to Kyoto.