|Depart From||Kyoto , Kyoto|
|Meeting Point||At the ticket gates of subway Kyotoshiyakushomae station|
|Ending Point||subway Kyotoshiyakushomae station|
|Departure||18:30 PM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Languages||English (License) , Chinese ( Cantonese ) (Beginner) , Korean (Beginner) , Swedish (Beginner)|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 10|
Kyoto had been the capital of Japan for about 1,200 years. This truly historical city has enchantments both of daytime and nighttime. You can feel the depth of this city only by walking in the nighttime. The image of the city is completely different between day and night. But walking in the nighttime is a bit tricky as it is sometimes too dark to see signs and posts to get one's bearings and know whereabouts.
But rest assured! I will guide you in the city's boisterous district as well as quiet and quaint area where you feel the ancient ambiance and sense its aesthetic beauty. The tour will finish up with a secret and special Japanese garden open in the nighttime known only by few.
We had a great time with Ryoji. His English is very good. He was very interesting and accommodating--we were late arriving from Tokyo and he patiently waited for us. Very interesting to see the city at night--especially the Gion area.
Ryoji-san provided an excellent introduction to the beauty of nighttime Kyoto during the beautiful autumn leave illumination time. Ryoji customized our walk to incorporate highlights of the autumn leaves. When in Kyoto I highly recommend Ryoji to help make your visit very special.
My wife, son (13) and I spent an evening with Ryoji in Kyoto in late October. My goal was to see the off the beaten track Kyoto and really get to know the city through a local. Ryoji met us for an evening tour, took all of our requests in and showed us some great things in Kyoto. What I/my family like the most was a dinner we had together at the end of the tour. We talked about real life in Kyoto/Tokyo/Japan and he gave us a real sense of what his life was like on a day to day level. Exactly what I wanted my 13 son to to understand. Great guy, took care of us, decent English speaker and willing to talk about real things.
Ryoji is a very knowledgable and engaging guide. He was responsive to our requests by selecting the types of places that we wanted to see. He also answered our many questions about Japanese culture. Very enjoyable experience and worth the money
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