Numerous towns and shrines that feel history. A popular tourist destination where you can feel the goodness of Japan. Why don’t you discover a new side of Kyoto and spots that are new to Kyoto. [KANAU] will tell you spots where you can “see,” “listen,” and “experience.” Please take a look at the charms of Japan.
Minpaku Nagaya Street BusinessMinpaku Nagaya Street Business
・ Improve vacant houses and improve the decline of regional exchange due to aging.
・ Create accommodation (Minpaku Nagaya Street) in close contact with local people.
■As a way in detail.
・ Recruit hosts who live in unoccupied houses, have them live in unoccupied houses, and run homestay-type private lodgings that rent out one room where you live. Pay the host a salary.
・ Have existing residents of Minpaku Nagaya Street operate a homestay-type private stay that rents a room where they live.
・ Regularly hold events for tourists and local residents (Japanese cultural events, BBQ parties, etc.)
Smart travel businessSmart travel business
・ Increase the actual situation of tourism pollution to understand and improve the situation.
There are problems with nighttime noises and photography that violates privacy (such as taking a picture of a maiko standing behind, taking pictures of a private house, etc.).
Gather information and explain to guests to cooperate.
・Reservation is increased by cooperation with an office of tourism with an area (offices of tourism in Kyoto-fu, Shiga-ken and Okinawa-ken). A guest is introduced each other.
Kenninji, the oldest Zen temple in Kyoto.Kenninji Temple
Kenninji was erected in Kennin 2 (1202). It possesses many cultural properties, and you can see barrier paintings such as Tawaraya Sotatsu's folding screen of the god of the gods and the figure of Yun Ryu by Kaihoku Tomomatsu, and one of the highlights is the garden of Karesansui. At the top of the hall is a dragon figure by Atsushi Koizumi, and the magnificent ink painting of 108 tatami mats is worth a look. There is also a Zen training experience and a sutra experience.
The highlight is the traditional teahouse district with teahouses and restaurants south of Shijo-dori. The red-shelled lattice is lined with a teahouse with an atmosphere of Gion called Inurai, and it will give the visitors a nostalgic feeling. If you are lucky, you may see maiko and geisha heading to the teahouse.
Yasaka ShrineYasaka Shrine
It is also known as "Gion-san" in Kyoto, and is the headquarters of about 2,300 shrines dedicated to the Yasaka Shrine and Susano no Komi (Susano no Mikoto) nationwide. Known as a god of prosperity and evil. One of the highlights of the Gion Matsuri is the gorgeous Yamaboko cruise, which originated from Yasaka Shrine, and the three shrines gathered in front of the Nishirou gate on the evening of the 17th.