Two cities, the home of a certain general (Tokugawa), and the rest of them do not know, nor do they intend to know, nor do they need the guide nagging around the explanation, we just want to walk around freely, see the beautiful scenery, take photos. Two cities are good places to enjoy night cherry at night. When we came, there were no cherry blossoms, but there were pieces of yellow, red, green and brown maple leaves. They were also very good for tourists, but they were not crowded. With the one-day ticket of Kyoto Metro, there is a discount. If you are in a hurry and stop a taxi casually, it is reasonable to say that the price of coming to the two cities is reasonable. Anyway, Kyoto scenic spots are surrounded by a "circle". As long as you don't go back, it can be solved in one or two days. No photos are allowed indoors or outdoors. As long as you don't pick flowers and grass, climb up the tree in Biyeah, carve cherry blossoms or maple leaves on the tree trunk, you can sway them as you like and take pictures as you like.