Nara & Kyoto Full-Day Tour - Child

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TOP Kiyomizu Temple, Kyoto

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  • 8 or more days prior to the date: No charge.
  • 7 days to 2 days prior to the tour date: 10% of the tour fare.
  • 1 day prior to the tour date: 20% of the tour fare.
  • Prior to the starting time of the tour: 50% of the tour fare.
  • On or after the tour date: 100% of the tour fare.


Enjoy Nara and Kyoto all day. This is a combination of our Nara Morning & Kyoto Afternoon tours.

Basic Information

  • Daily (Except for Jan 1 - 3, 2018)
  • Start 08:30 to Approx. 18:00
  • 8km walking
  • English speaking guide service is included
  • Pick-up service is not available
  • Tour operated for minimum of 1 person


Assemble at the Nippon Travel Agency office in Kyoto Station
Take a public bus from Kyoto Station to the Higashiyama area
This tour involves substantial walking over steep terrain
Round trip by Kintetsu Express Train to Nara, the Imperial capital of Japan in the 8th century.

#Tour Highlight
Todaiji Temple
  • The temple has an enormous bronze Buddha statue within its Daibutusden Hall, one of the largest wooden structures in the world.
Nara Park (Deer Park)
  • Walk among the 1,100 or so tame deer roaming about the park
  • They are considered divine messengers
Kofukuji Temple
  • This temple was transferred from Kyoto in 710.
  • It has a five-story pagoda, the second highest in Japan
Kiyomizu Temple
  • This architecturally unique temple has a main hall located on a steep slope with its wooden platform supported by pillars, from which a panoramic view of Kyoto can be enjoyed
Kodaiji Temple
  • This temple commemorates Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a great general in the 16th century
  • This temple was founded by the widow of Toyotomi Hideyoshi
Yasaka Shirine
  • This shrine is known as the central site for the Gion-Matsuri Festival that is held in summer
Gion District
  • Gion is one of the famous entertainment and geisha quarters, with traditional restaurants and tea-houses
  • In the Edo Period, ochaya (geisha houses) were built in this area
  • It still retains its tranquil, old-fashioned charm

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