Here are a few practical pieces of information that we hope will be useful to you both for the preparation of your trip and during your stay in Kyoto. Do not hesitate to contact us if you don’t find what you are looking for.
The Photographer’s Guide to KYOTO — A 94-page e-book giving you the best and broadest coverage of Kyoto’s most photogenic locations. The book includes a Bucket List locations and includes over 100 photographs, maps, suggested itineraries and planning essentials . . .read more
Getting a free Wi-Fi connection in Kyoto is not that difficult. Here are a number of options available around the city. This information is given as a service and was correct at the time of writing. We highly recommend you to confirm it before coming to the city.read more
While we have not actually use this bus ourselves, we thought this information could be of interest to a number of our guests. This may be a good option to easily get to see a number of these Unesco sites. Read on!read more
Kyoto is not such a large city (mainly compared to Tokyo or Osaka), and quite a lot can be visited on foot. But you will need to use other means of transportation from time to time. The city was build 1,300 years ago,read more
After a long day visiting temples and gardens, or walking shopping, there is nothing more soothing and relaxing than a good massage. When traveling, the problem is often to know where to go! Well, we may just have a good address for you: Yuga, Refresh Salonread more