Yachuan is the first-class River in Kyoto, which is 31 kilometers long. The water in this river is very clear and flows through the center of Kyoto. Since ancient times, people have lived on both sides of rivers, especially on the West Bank and the South Bank. You can see the river from Zongyuan. On the other side, there are people running, cycling, fishing and feeding pigeons. Seeing Grandpa and Grandma feeding wild ducks, we also feed pigeons. As long as you have something to eat, pigeons will naturally be close to you. Yachuan is really beautiful. Why didn't I find it when I came to Kyoto before? The river is still in full bloom, the river is quietly flowing, ducks and fish are playing in the water, and occasionally a few egrets will fly, such a picture, I feel it.
It seems to be a very ordinary river, if placed in the suburbs do not feel like this, like Beijing suburbs Huairou Mentougou have similar rivers, but the river across the city center of Kyoto, it is very rare. There are many cherry blossoms on both sides of the Taiwan Strait. If it is the flowering season, it should be very beautiful. There are many wild ducks and waterbirds on the river. Large fish can be seen in the clear water. There are also many pigeons on the river. The hotel is less than two kilometers away from here. I'm going to come back tomorrow to feed the pigeons.
Yachuan is the first-class River in Kyoto, which is 31 kilometers long. Its water is very clear and flows through the center of Kyoto. Yachuan is not big and the water is not deep. You can walk through it by pulling up your pants, but it is the life river of Kyoto. It looks very ordinary. It is estimated that cherry blossom season will be very beautiful. There are footpaths and single lanes on both sides of Sichuan. In the evening, there will be many tourists and locals taking a walk and looking at the scenery.
Yachuan is next to the busiest shopping mall in Kyoto (shopping area), and there is a bus station nearby. It is clearly a "river". I don't know why it is named "river". Because there are often three or five groups of ducks swimming across the river, it is "Yachuan". This Yachuan is the "mother river" of Kyoto people. Although the water level is not high, it is very clean, and both sides are high-end restaurants with high consumption. There are also many unexpected diners. This is the last stop of our trip to Kyoto. We had no time to walk slowly and left in a hurry after 20 minutes because we still had to avoid the time of "heavy crowds" to get back to Osaka.
Yachuan's water is very clear. It runs through Kyoto City. It's really not easy to get such clear water in the city. Even people born in a city with a good environment are envious of it. In the evening, Yachuan is very beautiful. Many people take a walk or sit on the river bank to chat. I think it's good to come for a walk if you're free after dinner. It also feels that it carries the history and culture of Kyoto for thousands of years, and feels more beautiful.
Yachuan is a very small river. This Japanese tourist hotel is nearby. The water in the river is clear and super clean. There are many old Japanese houses on both sides. Early in the morning, many people were running on the edge of Yachuan, and the children had short-sleeved shorts. Awesome! A bridge spans Yachuan and runs through the West Bank and the South Bank. There's a subway nearby. Forget what it's called.
Yachuan is the life river of Kyoto and one of the scenic spots in Kyoto. It usually comes here in the evening to have dinner and just go for a stroll. The river is very clear. It runs through the central part of Kyoto. There are traditional houses on both sides of the river, as well as various snack shops and shops. Riverside is also a recreational avenue for Kyoto people. The ecology is very good. There are wild ducks and birds looking for food on the bank. There are also people reading and jogging on the bank. There are many bridges connecting the whole Yachuan River, which is also a rare landscape.
Yachuan is a very clear river. It's a little mother river in Kyoto. In summer, restaurants on both sides will have a cool mat. The three bridges on Yachuan are next to the three stations of the Beijing-Osaka Tram. Every night outside the station, young people will play and sing there. There will also be a group of Cherry Blossom girls sitting there listening to the applause carefully, just like small fans. It's not far from here to Yiyuan and Gaotai Temple. In the morning, somebody runs beside Yachuan. It's very leisurely. There are many ducks in Yachuan. They can fly higher than buildings. In addition to ducks, there are big crows parked in the pole tree. What surprised me most was that I saw the eagle hovering in the air and sighed that Kyoto's ecology was too good.