Kyoto Fushimi 1-day Tour with sake tasting

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Overview:

In this tour you will visit Kyotos southern district Fushimi and see the unique Fushimi Inari Shrine with its countless vermillion gates. You will ride a traditional boat and will visit famous local sake breweries to taste locally made sake!n ”

Highlights:

See Fushimi Inari Shrine and its many gates * Take a boat trip along the canal between the old cellars and sake breweries * Visit a famous sake brewery and taste sake

Descriptions:

In this tour you will first go to Fushimi Inari Shrine – the central of all Inari shrines around Japan where the spirit of the fox is enshrined. Fushimi Inari is known for hundreds of vermillion gates going up the sacred mountain. * Next you will visit Chokenji Temple which will fascinate you with its architecture and massive walls. The atmosphere here is mystical and special. * You will then ride a traditional Japanese boat along the river that flows between the small sake cellars, breweries and shops which have remained from the old centuries. Your tour will continue to some of the famous breweries which are open for visitors and you will even have the opportunity to taste several locally made sake products. The sake brewing in Fushimi flourished during the old centuries because of the fresh and high-quality water springing from the mountain. * Note: The boat ride is subject to availability. In high season it might be possible to wait before boarding the boat. * In case you you book the hotel pick up option,your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in central Kyoto. The picking applicable hotels are limited to the hotels between Higashi-oji-dori and Nishi-oji-dori (to the east and west) and Imadegawa-dori and Jujo-dori(to the north and south). At the end of the tour the guide will assist you in finding the transportation for your next destination or hotel. * This tour runs between April and November when the boats operate.n

Price:

4583 USD

Rating:

5

Address:

JR Inari Station

Reservation

 

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