Visit local street and old bars area and know the history of Kyoto.
This tour shows you local side of Kyoto where you can feel different mood from the main area.
You could have a chance to explore the local street.
Kyoto's traditional geisha area in front of Yasaka Shrine. It eventually evolved to become one of the most exclusive and well-known geisha districts in all of Japan.
lined with tea-houses.
If you are lucky, you can see maiko or geisya on her way to tea house.
It is one of Kyoto's five flower streets, and it is a street less than 550 meters long and less than 2 meters wide. In English "Point" and in Portuguese "Point" are the origin and represent the narrow path ahead. Old-fashioned restaurants and tea-houses are lined up, and the lively atmosphere of Shijokawaramachi is a completely different and moist mood. At dusk, when a light turns on an alley, you can see maiko or geisya. The floor that overhangs the Kamogawa is a summer feature. You can enjoy a lot of Kyoto sentiment just by walking.
What's you should know
・Children must be accompanied by an adult.
・Infant are free
・A small amount of walking is involved about 1 mile
・Wheelchair not accessible
・Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately