Details: Upon arrival at your first stop around 10:00am, the Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine, you will tour for about an hour. The Fushimi Inari Shrine is the head shrine for some 30,000 Inari shrines all across Japan. It is especially famous for its seemingly endless 1,000 vermilion shrine torii (gates). Fushimi Inari was dedicated to the Gods of agriculture. Afterward, you will head toward the Kiyomizu temple at 11:20.
Duration: 1 hour(s) 20 min(s)
Stop at: Kinkakuji Temple
Details: After lunch, you will tour the Kinkaku-ji temple from 2:10pm until 02:55 pm. Kinkaku, a pagoda made to house the sacred relics of the Buddha, has given this temple the popular name of Kinkaku-ji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion). But the official name of this branch temple of the Rinzai sect Zen temple of Shokoku-ji is Rokuon-ji. The view of Kinkaku which is reflected in the Kyoko-chi (Mirror Pond) is very beautiful. This was built by the third Ashikaga Shogun Yoshimitsu for his own villa but turned into a temple after his death. This temple was rebuilt in 1955.
Duration: 45 min(s)
Admission Ticket Included
Stop at: Kiyomizu-dera Temple
Details: *You might transfer from Fushimi Inari to Kiyomizudera by taxi in the high season.* There is a Japanese proverb regarding "jumping off of the stage at Kiyomizu." This is the Japanese equivalent of the English expression "to take the plunge." Here in the Main Hall, there is a large wooden stage that juts out over the hillside. It was built without using a single nail and is supported by 139 pillars. The view of the city of Kyoto from this Kiyomizu Stage is magnificent. The Kiyomizu-dera (the temple of clear water) was named after the Otowa Waterfall which is said to be good for your longevity, health, and study if you drink from it. This temple is famous for the cherry blossoms in spring and the foliage in autumn.
Duration: 1 hour(s) 40 min(s)
Admission Ticket Included
Stop at: Arashiyama
Details: The final destination is Arashiyama district, located in the Western part of Kyoto. This area becomes most attractive around early April and late November when the cherry blossoms bloom and the colors of the fall seasons usually peak. During the summer months, traditional cormorant fishing is practiced on the Hozu River for tourists to watch. One highly recommended spot is the Sagano Bamboo Forest. It is a pleasantly cool 100 meter long walkway that begins from the side of the world heritage Tenryuji Temple. You'll spend time here from 03:30 pm - 04:50 pm, and then head back to Kyoto Station or Osaka.
Duration: 1 hour(s) 20 min(s)
- JR train tickets (Kyoto departure only)
- Accompanied by English speaking tour guide
- Drop-off near designated meeting points
- Pickup at designated meeting points
- Round-trip bus fare
- Local taxes
- Leaflet of detailed Itinerary and tour point description
- Deluxe or Standard Japanese Style Lunch (if meal is selected)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
Change & Refund Policies
- Free cancellation at or before 00:00 at least 1 day before the date of use
- Cancellations made after 00:00 at least 1 day before the date of use will incur a cancellation fee of 100%
- Partial cancellation of this booking is not permitted
How to Use It
- Mobile or paper ticket accepted
- If you face any difficulties while going to the meeting point, you can access this link below
- https://limonbus.livecall.jp/?locale=en (English, Chinese, Korean available).
- Our emergency call center available from 30 minutes before the departure time until 18:30 everyday.
- Since we only have 1 line for each language,
- there's a high possibility that our call center will be busy during the departure time.
- Therefore, please come to the pick up point with a spare time.
- Meeting point:
- Details: Depart from Osaka Namba OCAT
- Meeting time: 8:50 am
- Departure time 09:00 am
- Please look for the yellow sign "LIMON" at pickup point.
- End point:
- Details: You'll be dropped off in Namba area, near Osaka Metro's Midosuji Line Namba Station
- Kyoto Station
- Your voucher will be sent to your email after your booking is confirmed. Please check the usage instructions on your voucher for more info about how to use it.
- Any traveler groups not mentioned in the booking options are not applicable for voucher use.
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- 1. Tour-specific inquiries (including the itinerary and transport): Please refer to the Tour-Specific Inquiries section of your e-voucher to find the relevant tour organizer's details.
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Adult: Age 13–99
Child: Age 3–12
Infant: Age 2 and under
Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
Public transportation options are available nearby
Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Infant meals not included
Please note: your tour guide will manage the meeting time of each location as well as the amount of time spent at each location
[IMPORTANT] The bus will leave as scheduled and will not wait for late arrivals. Please be on time.
Meeting Time at Umeda, Hearton Hotel Nishi-Umeda: 8:20 AM
Meeting Time at Nippombashi (in front of Tsurutontan Soemoncho Udon Restaurant: 8:25 AM
Meeting Time at Namba, OCAT: 8:50 AM
Emergency call center available from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm everyday
Only collapsible strollers are acceptable. They will be put in the luggage space while on the bus.
Deluxe or Standard Japanese Style Lunch (if meal is selected; vegetarian option available upon request 3 days before departure at the latest)
Meeting Time at Kyoto Station: 9:05 AM
Tourists for Kyoto Departure: From Arashiyama back to JR Kyoto station, no guide will accompany the tour on the train, so you will travel on your own (ticket included).
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Face masks provided for travelers
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Regular temperature checks for staff
Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons