The Kyoto walking map shows all the walking routes to visit the monuments of Kyoto. This walk map of Kyoto will allow you to easily plan your walking tours through the streets of Kyoto in Kansai - Japan. The walking map of Kyoto is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Discover Kyoto magical Gion district, which is known for being the city Geisha area as you can see in Kyoto walking tour map. Do not worry about language barriers, as a guide is there to help you translate and explain the difference between maiko, geiko, and other Japanese words. The unmarked narrow streets of Gion can make it easy to get lost at night, but this is not a problem with a guide to navigate and lead the way. Upgrade to a longer, private tour for a closer look at Geisha culture. No getting lost—a guide navigates down Gion narrow alleyways Learn where to find hidden places in the Geisha district Go to areas when 'Memoirs of a Geisha' was filmed Learn about Geiko and Maiko from your guide, on this Gion walking tour. Join one of the most popular walking tours conducted by well-educated English-speaking guides in Japan with approximately 5000 guests a year. You will start exploring the hidden street of the Geisha district during the 100 minutes-tour.
Experience one of the most popular walking tours in Kyoto, joined by nearly 5,000 guests annually. This 100-minute guided walk is led by a licensed English-speaking guide and takes you through nighttime Gion. The tour begins at Gion Omoide Museum, connected to a traditional pastry shop as its shown in Kyoto walking tour map. Walk down the classic cobblestoned streets next to the Shirakawa River, and admire the scenery that was featured in the book and film, Memoirs of a Geisha. As you walk beside this beautiful stream, the guide will tell you about the history of geisha and give you a detailed explanation in regards to their kimono, hairstyle, traditional rules, and what their daily life is like. Although it is not guaranteed, during the walking tour guests often encounter geisha walking along the street
The Nanzen-ji Temple to Yoshida-jinja Shrine walking tour starts near the Westin Miyako Hotel (Keage on the Tozai Subway Line) and heads via back way to Nanzen-ji Temple. Your walking tour guide will lead you to explore a secret grotto here, then head to Yoshida-yama Hill, where you will enjoy two seldom-visited but beautiful temples: Kurodani Temple and Shinyo-do Temple as its mentioned in Kyoto walking tour map. You will finish up at atmospheric Yoshida-jinja Shrine. Do not forget this is a private walking tour, just for you and your friends and family. There will be no-one else on the tour with you, so you have the guide to yourself. We have some of Kyoto best English-speaking guides, helping you maximise your time and enjoyment of the city and also get a deeper understanding of the history and significance of each place you visit. The tour price is for the whole group, not per person.