The ancient capital, Kyoto, is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. In addition to the Kinkakuji and Kiyomizu Temple, there are 17 other sites of temples, shrines, and castles that have been classified as the World Heritage Sites.
In this city with such a rich cultural heritage, many visitors choose to wear the traditional garment, Kimono, while visiting the sites in Kyoto, which can provide much more authentic experiences and an additional beauty to the photo album.
In addition, the Kyoto cuisine, “Wa-shoku,” which has been registered as UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage is also available for tasting and enjoyment.
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