41 Nanzenjikusagawa-cho, Kyoto Sakyo-ku,Kyoto, 606-8437

By Public TransportationApprox. 25 mins

By Train
Kyoto Sta.(Subway)
Kyoto Sta.(Subway)
Subway Karasuma Line - 5 mins
Karasuma Oike Station
Subway Tozai Line - 7 mins
Keage Station
Walking - 7 mins
Kyoto Sta.(JR)
Kyoto Sta.(JR)
JR - 5mins
Yamanashi Station
Subway Tozai Line - 5mins
Keage Station
Walking - 7mins

By TaxiApprox. 20 mins

By Taxi
Kyoto Sta.
Kyoto Sta.
Taxi 20mins

  • Lake Biwa Canal

    Lake Biwa Canal

    The Lake Biwa Canal has been bringing the water to Kyoto for 130 years and is still in use today. The cherry blossoms that bloom along both banks in spring are a particular attraction, and it is also an excellent place to take a stroll near FUFU Kyoto.
    【Access】Adjacent to FUFU Kyoto
  • Murinan


    Murin-an used to be the villa of Aritomo Yamagata, a politician in the Meiji and Taisho eras (1868-1926). The garden is a masterpiece of a modern Japanese garden. The garden is a modern Japanese garden masterpiece created by master gardener Ogawa Jihei VII.
    【Access】Adjacent to FUFU Kyoto
  • Keage Incline

    Keage Incline

    Keage Incline (Canal inclined plane) is an inclined railroad laid out in the Meiji era (1868-1912). It is now maintained as a national historic site, and the approximately 100 cherry trees along the tracks are a popular spot in Kyoto in spring.
    【Access】5 minutes walk from FUFU Kyoto
  • Nanzenji Temple

    Nanzenji Temple

    Nanzenji Temple is the most prestigious temple among all Zen temples in Japan. It features Sanmon Gate, an important cultural asset, Suirokaku, which has a retro atmosphere, and Hojo, which expresses the world view of Zen. The temple is decorated with cherry blossoms in spring and autumn leaves in autumn.
    【Access】7 minutes walk from FUFU Kyoto
  • Eikando Temple

    Eikando Temple

    Eikando Temple(also known as Zenrinji Temple) has been famous for its autumn leaves. During the maple season, about 3,000 Japanese maple trees change their color vividly, and it becomes one of the most famous places to view the autumn leaves in Kyoto.
    【Access】12 minutes walk from FUFU Kyoto; 4 minutes walk from Nanzenji Temple
  • Philosopher's Path

    Philosopher's Path

    The Philosopher's Path is a 1.5km long walking path. It connects Eikando Temple and Nanzenji Temple in the south and Ginkakuji Temple in the north, and you can enjoy the scenery of each season. It was especially loved by Kitaro Nishida, a philosopher of the Meiji era (1868-1912), and thus came to be called Tetsugaku no Michi(Philosopher's Path).
    【Access】15 minutes walk from FUFU Kyoto; 9 minutes walk from Nanzenji Temple
  • Heian Shrine

    Heian Shrine

    Heian Shrine was built in 1895 to commemorate the 1100th anniversary of the transfer of the capital to Kyoto. The Ohtorii gate, white sand, and vermilion-lacquered shrine pavilions are beautiful and create an elegant atmosphere. Yaebenishidarezakura (double red weeping cherry trees) in spring and irises in summer are also worth seeing.
    【Access】10 minutes walk from FUFU Kyoto
  • Kyoto City Kyocera Museum of Art

    Kyoto City Kyocera Museum of Art

    Kyoto City Kyocera Museum of Art has a collection of about 3,000 pieces of Japanese and Western paintings and sculptures mainly from Kyoto and is famous for its various exhibitions. It is recommended to view the museum's main building, designed by architect Kenjiro Maeda in the imperial crown style, and its garden.
    【Access】7 minutes walk from FUFU Kyoto; 3 minutes walk from Heian Shrine
  • The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

    The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

    The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, is a famous museum that holds attractive special exhibitions throughout the year. The museum has about 12,000 works, including sculptures, prints, photographs, and ceramics, etc., mainly from the Kyoto art world and the Kansai Western art world.
    【Access】7 minutes walk from FUFU Kyoto k; 3 minutes walk from Heian Shrine.

  • Kinkakuji Temple

    Kinkakuji Temple

    Kinkakuji Temple (Rokuonji Temple) is one of Kyoto's most popular tourist attractions and is popular all year round. It is located in Kita-ku, a short distance from the center of the city, and takes about 40 minutes by bus from Kyoto Station.
    【Access】City bus: Kinkakuji-michi; FUFU Kyoto: 20 minutes by car
  • Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine

    Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine

    The beautiful "Senbon Torii (Thousand Torii Gate)" leading from the foot of Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine to the top of the mountain is so popular that it was chosen as one of the most representative views in Japan. It is convenient to take the subway or train from FUFU Kyoto.
    【Access】JR Inari Station; Keihan Fushimi Inari Station
  • Kiyomizudera Temple

    Kiyomizudera Temple

    Kiyomizudera Temple is one of the most iconic temples in Kyoto, and after undergoing a significant renovation in 2020, it has been reopened to the public. From FUFU Kyoto, it is recommended to take a cab or walk from Ninenzaka slope and Sannenzaka slope.
    【Access】City bus Gojo; FUFU Kyoto 12 minutes by car
  • Yasaka Shrine, Gion

    Yasaka Shrine, Gion

    Yasaka Shrine, also known as "Gion," is located in the center of Kyoto City and the Gion area, full of Kyoto's traditional atmosphere, spreads around this shrine. The streets of Hanamikouji Street and the Gion weeping cherry trees in Maruyama Park are recommended to view.
    【Access】City Bus Gion; FUFU Kyoto 7 minutes by car
  • Sanjusangendo


    Sanjusangendo is conveniently accessible from Kyoto Station. The main hall is said to be the longest historical wooden structure in Japan. The more than 1,000 statues of the thousand-armed Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) displayed in the hall are a sight to behold.
    【Access】City bus Hakubutukan, Sanjusangendo mae
  • Kyoto National Museum

    Kyoto National Museum

    Opened in 1897, the Kyoto National Museum has been a part of Kyoto's history. The museum has a collection of cultural assets related to Kyoto from the Heian period (794-1192) to the Edo period (1603-1868).
    【Access】City bus Hakubutukan, Sanjusangendo mae
  • Tofukuji Temple

    Tofukuji Temple

    Tofukuji Temple is one of Kyoto's most prestigious Zen temples and has flourished throughout the medieval and early modern periods. One of the highlights of the temple is the oldest and largest temple complex in Japan. It is also famous as one of Kyoto's most popular spots for viewing autumn leaves.
    【Access】JR/Keihan Tofukuji Station
  • Toji Temple

    Toji Temple

    Toji Temple is a temple associated with Kukai (Buddhist monk). The 55-meter-high Gojyunotou (five-story pagoda) is a symbol of the temple and is famous for its beautiful contrast with cherry blossoms in spring and maple leaves in autumn.
    【Access】Subway Toji Station
  • Nijo Castle

    Nijo Castle

    Nijo Castle is the place that witnessed the beginning and end of the Edo era (1603 -1868). It is also famous for its plum blossoms in early spring. It is conveniently accessible from FUFU Kyoto by subway.
    【Access】Subway Nijojo mae Station
  • Ginkakuji Temple

    Ginkakuji Temple

    Jishoji Temple symbolizes the Higashiyama culture that flourished in the late Muromachi period (1500-1573). It is now called Ginkakuji Temple, as opposed to Kinkakuji Temple, which is considered a symbol of Kitayama culture. A stroll along Tesugaku no Michi (Philosopher's Path) is recommended to access this temple.
    【Access】City bus Ginkakuji mae
  • Arashiyama


    The Arashiyama area is a little outside of Kyoto's city limits. It is worth spending a day enjoying Chikurin no Komichi (small path through the bamboo grove), Togetsukyo Bridge, Ryoanji Temple, Jojakkoji Temple, and the Sagano Romantic Train (trolley train), etc. From FUFU Kyoto, you can conveniently access the area by transferring between the subway and the train.
    【Access】JR Saga-Arashiyama Station; Hankyu Arashiyama Station; Randen Arashiyama Station


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