The area along the Kurokawa River, which flows through the western part of Kyoto City, is known as Arashiyama, and is a famous tourist attraction in Kyoto. Arashiyama has be the subject of many poems since ancient times. The cherry blossoms in spring and the red maple in autumn are famous sights. The beautiful scenery of the wild bamboo forest also reveals the unique charm of Kyoto. There are many famous temples and shrines scattered in the scenic area. The Katsuragawa and Togetsukyo Bridges starkly contrast with the mountains that stand behind them.
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%Arabica needs no introduction, they are undoubtedly the most popular coffee shop in Kyoto. Although the store itself is quite small, this particular store is located at the most scenic part of Arashiyama, overlooking the historic Togetsukyo Bridge and Katsura River, where you can enjoy both their excellent coffee and the beautiful scenery.
If you’re visiting Arashiyama, do give it a try! It’s always better to come early to avoid queues.
Address: 3-47, Sagatenryuji Susukinobabacho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto 616-8385 Japan
Highlights: Coffee with a view
Avg. Price per Person: ¥550
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Arashiyama is a district that has become a tourist area in Kyoto. Arashiyama is a convenient and popular place as a tourist spot since the Heian period. Located in the western suburbs of Kyoto, this place offers beautiful natural scenery so that even the nobles used to make it a place for sightseeing.
The word Arashiyama itself means storm mountain. It is named like this probably because of its steep mountains and hills. Here the natural scenery of mountains, hills, rivers, as well as trees and flowers all blend with historical antique buildings. We can walk around enjoying the mountain scenery with colorful flower gardens in spring in Arashiyama. Arashiyama is a district that is a tourist area in Kyoto. Arashiyama is a convenient and popular place as a tourist spot since the Heian period. Located in the western suburbs of Kyoto, this place offers beautiful natural scenery so that even the nobles used to make it a place for sightseeing.
The word Arashiyama itself means storm mountain. It is named like this probably because of its steep mountains and hills. Here the natural scenery of mountains, hills, rivers, as well as trees and flowers all blend with historical antique buildings. We can walk around enjoying the mountain scenery with colorful flower gardens in spring in Arashiyama.
After the card, Dubai, Shanghai, the third%Arabica, Kyoto Lushan store, the legendary world's most beautiful coffee shop, and I think the most beautiful view is the barrage facing the moon bridge, just arrived in Kyoto and went straight The mountain, the time to go is a bit late, but it is just right, there is no queue at all. Leisurely wait for the barista to make coffee, sit on the side of Kamogawa and chat with friends, and the breeze blows his face, and it is just right to describe it right now.
Using google map to navigate the bus, the time is about an hour or two, so you can spend a whole day strolling in Lushan, just a little bit of time is really only enough to drink a cup of coffee.
Kyoto Lushan area tour guide
the most convenient way to come to Lushan is to sit on the electricity. We are a car that we bought by bicycle to the station in Kitano-machi. It is recommended to purchase a day to facilitate the visit to the cherry blossom tunnel. If you buy it alone, 200 rides are not very cost-effective.
500 500 yen is mainly sold at the next four stations: Shijo Omiya, Scorpio , , . Be sure to get off the bus from Lushan to the raft, and get off at the other side of the platform to change to the train on the Kitano Line to reach the Lushan Mountain.
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