This shrine, halfway up the valley-town of Kibune, is worth a quick look, particularly if you can ignore the unfortunate plastic horse...
This small hall on the trail to Kibune is a good spot to rest tired knees.
This small subtemple on the descent to Kibune enshrines a figure of Fudō, one of the myōō (Buddhist Kings of Light).
The exposed wooden beams and open, airy feel of this rustic cafe make it a great spot to stop for a cuppa while exploring Kibune. In...
87 Kibune-chō, Kurama, Sakyō-ku · interesting places nearby
This is a good place to sample riverside or 'above-river' dining in Kibune. There's a friendly crew of ladies here who run the show and the food is quite good. Note that it does not accept solo diners for kaiseki courses (but you can have noodles). Look for the black-and-white sign and the lantern. Reserve for dinner.