This bridge is the dominant landmark in Arashiyama and is just a few minutes on foot from either the Keifuku line or Hankyū line...
Renting a boat is a nice way to get a different view of Arashiyama. It's especially recommended for those with children in tow.
This fine temple has one of the most attractive stroll gardens in all of Kyoto, particularly during the spring cherry-blossom and...
The thing that distinguishes this place from its neighbours on the crowded main drag is its English menu and the fact that it is a...
20-24 Tsukurimichi-chō, Saga Tenryū-ji, Ukyō-ku · interesting places nearby
This quaint and friendly little teishoku-ya (set-meal restaurant) is the perfect place to grab a simple lunch while in Arashiyama. All the standard teishoku favourites are on offer, including dishes such as oyakodon (egg and chicken over a bowl of rice; ¥900).
You can also cool off with a refreshing uji kintoki (shaved ice with sweetened green tea; ¥600). There is no English sign; the restaurant is the first place south of the station and it has a rustic front.