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“Arashiyama (嵐山) is a pleasant, touristy district in the western outskirts of Kyoto. The area has been a popular destination since the Heian Period (794-1185), when nobles would enjoy its natural setting. Arashiyama is particularly popular during the cherry blossom and fall color seasons. The Togetsukyo Bridge is Arashiyama's well known, central landmark. Many small shops, restaurants and other attractions are found nearby, including Tenryuji Temple, Arashiyama's famous bamboo groves and pleasure boats that are available for rent on the river. North of central Arashiyama the atmosphere becomes less touristy and more rural, with several small temples scattered along the base of the wooded mountains. The area north of the Togetsukyo Bridge is also known as Sagano, while the name "Arashiyama" technically just refers to the mountains on the southern bank of the river but is commonly used to name the entire district.”
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Theme Park
“Toei Kyoto Studio Park is the only theme park in Japan where you can observe the filming of period dramas (jidaigeki films). Here you can walk freely around the Toei Kyoto Studio film set. This set depicts a street from the Edo period, and is used to shoot more than 200 films per year. Enjoy the atmosphere of ancient Japan by taking in a ninja show maybe even dressing up as a geisha or samurai. You will find all kinds of entertainment for both the young and the old, in this world of imagination and creation. Have a great time!”
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Place of Worship
“Saihoji (西芳寺, Saihōji), more commonly known as Kokedera (苔寺), is one of Kyoto's Unesco World Heritage Sites. Entrance to this temple requires a reservation made well in advance by mail.”
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“the Katsura Imperial Villa is home to splendid historic architecture and one of Japan's most famous historic gardens.”
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“Iwatayama Monkey Park (Japanese: 嵐山モンキーパーク, Arashiyama Monkī Pāku) is a commercial park located in Arashiyama in Kyoto, Japan. The park is on Mt Arashiyama, on the same side of the Oi River as the train station. It is inhabited by a troop of over 170 Japanese macaque monkeys. The animals are wild but can be fed food purchased at the site.”
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“The famous bamboo grove in Kyoto. Transportation: 1)take a train from JR tanbaguchi to JR Arashiyama///// OR ///// 2) take Kyoto bus from Shijonakashinmichi bus stop to Arashiyama bus stop.”
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Place of Worship
“Gio-ji Temple is a quiet temple surrounded by trees and a luxuriant moss garden ”
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Place of Worship
“Taizo-in Temple is a small Zen temple located on the spacious grounds of Myoshin-ji Temple. ”
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Train Station
“Arashiyama is one of the most popular tourist spots located in Western Kyoto. There are lots of souvenir shops and restaurants. You can see the fantastic view from Togetsu-bashi bridge. It is located in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi. ”
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Place of Worship
“A temple with a beautiful garden.All season recommended.It is a wonderful architectual style. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“正式名称は「華厳寺」であるが、四季を通してスズムシを飼育しているため、通称「鈴虫寺」と呼ばれている。 KEGONJI TEMPLE got its nick name "suzumushi dera" which literally means cricket temple, because the monks of the temple raise bell crickets and they sing all year round.”
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Buddhist Temple
“Myoshinji Temple: Myoshinji (妙心寺, Myōshinji) is a large temple complex in northwestern Kyoto which includes about 50 subtemples in addition to its main buildings. 日本最大の禅寺|京都花園 臨済宗大本山 妙心寺 ”
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Place of Worship
“Yoshiminedera is a temple of the Tendai sect of Japanese Buddhism located in Kyoto's western mountains. Similar to Kiyomizudera on the opposite side of town”
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Place of Worship
“MATSUO TAISHA SHRINE (Open 5:00 - 18:00, free admission, special garden - 500 yen) A famous shrine built in 701 and is known for its connections with Sake. There is a sacred well known as Kame no I located in the shrine, where sake brewers used to take water to brew their sake.”
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“Kōryū-ji is said to be the oldest temple in Kyoto, having been constructed in 603 ”
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“Rakushisha, the "Hut of Fallen Persimmons," is a famous landmark in the world of haiku poetry.”
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