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Kyoto Tourist Promotion Project

Japanese 11 - Japan Tourist Promototion Project

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on 14 March 2013

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A visually comprehensive guide Getting to your hotel Popular Landmarks
Famous Destinations Kyoto temples, shrines
and attractions. There are many temples and temples within Kyoto. Almost 2.000
The majority of them are quite famous. Industries
Products, etc. Your Guide to Kyoto A few examples of Northern Attractions: http://www.limousinebus.co.jp/en/bus_services/narita/tokyo_nihonbashi.html Kyoto Awaits You Shugakuin Imperial Villa Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion) Ninnaji Temple Festivals Tsuji, Ayano Irifune Restaurant See you in Kyoto! Weeping Willow Japanese Maple Katsura (Tree) Azalea Camellia つばき 椿 イロハモミジ モミジ 紅葉 桂 かつら Kinki region Kansai region Kansai-chihō 関西地方 かんさいちほう きんきちほう Kinki-chihō 近畿地方 京都府 きょうとふ Kyōto-fu Koda Kumi 倖田 來未 a Zen temple in northern Kyoto top two floors are completely
covered in gold leaf temple's tea garden Fudo Hall tea time Western Attractions Arashiyama Togetsukyo Bridge Bamboo Groves Okochi Sanso Villa Monkey Park Iwatayama Saga-Toriimoto Preserved Street Rakushisha Residence Tenryuji Temple Daikakuji Temple Nisonin Temple Jojakkoji Temple Gioji Temple Adashino Nenbutsuji Temple Otagi Nenbutsuji Temple Temples Southern Kyoto Fushimi Inari Shrine Byodoin Temple Tofukuji Daigoji Toji Temple a blizzard of falling petals 櫻 桜 さくら Eastern Parts Kiyomizudera Ginkakuji Gion Higashiyama District Kiyomizudera Temple Kodaiji Temple Yasaka Pagoda Yasaka Shrine Maruyama Park Others Pure Water Temple Otowa Waterfall is located at
the base of Kiyomizudera's
main hall Nijo Castle Kyoto Imperial Palace Kyoto International
Manga Museum Kyoto Tower Kyoto Station Central Kyoto Landmarks HISTORY はなふぶき はなみ Cherry Blossom Viewing Kyoto is a city in the central part
of the island of Honshu, Japan. Formerly the imperial capital of Japan Kyoto is one of the oldest and most
famous Asian metropolises Extensive destruction in
the Ōnin War of 1467-1477 United States were targeting
Kyoto with an atomic bomb おうにん 日本 京都 本州、日本 京都 Pottery- Common craft throughout Japan, Kyoto’s specialty.
Kimono- Native to Kyoto. Two varieties of craft, which differentiate between silk waving and silk dying
Folding fans
Lacquer Ware- Kyoto variety, Kyo-Shikki, is popular. Frequently used in tea ceremonies. Lacquer Ware is the covering of a surface with a varnish and then either carving or inlaying it with a patter. Commonly used on boxes tables and coffins. ~Craft/Products~ Torii- Gata Hidari-Diamonji Funagata Can be enjoyed while staying at Ryokan, or a restaurant.
Restaurants are found ion Pontocho and Gion districts of Kyoto.
Good Kaiseki meal costs around 10,000 yen per person.
Can go up to as high as 30,000 yen or as low as 6000 yen. Kaiseki Ryori: Where? Food, Festivals, Craft, Product, and Industries. KYOTO Myoho Daimonji 8pm, August 16th
Halfway up the mountains that surround the
city of Kyoto, Beds of fire are prepared and lit.
One of the most magnificent of Kyoto’s August Obon festivals
Originated form when the monk Kono-Daishi, lit up the character representing “large” flame, in prayer for the end of the plague.
Five fires on Gozan- Daimonji, Myoho, Funagata, Hidari- Diamonji and Torii- Gata
One of the most memorable scenes Gozan Fire Festival 1-31 of July
One of the three largest in Japan (along with Kanda festival [in Japan], and Tenjin festival [in Osaka])
Festival began 1100 years ago as a prayer for the end
of the plague.
(washing of
shrines) Gion Festival May 15th
Also known as Kamo festival.
Held at both Kamigomo and Shimogamo shrine.
Dates back to the time of Kinmei Emperor (approximately 1400 years ago)
Festivities include decorated temples, Elegant
costumes, and parade through old style Kyoto. Aoi Festival The summer past time of dining outdoors on temporarily built platforms over running water

Developed to beat the summer heat.

A wonderful way to indulge in Kyoto cuisine while absorbing the delightful summer atmosphere. Kawayaka/kuwadoko Originated from the traditional tea ceremony

this course style dinner evolved into the elaborate dinning style which is rather popular among aristocrats.

The meal is split up into courses

Order determined by the cooking
method of each dish.

Meals often emphasize subtle
flavors and local seasonal
ingredients. Kaiseki Ryori Traditional Japanese industries continue to play an
important role in Kyoto’s economy. Crafts, kimono
manufacturers and sake brewing are all prominent
industries in Kyoto.
Notable companies based in Kyoto:
Intelligent Systems
OMRON ~Industries~ October 22nd
started in the 28th year of the Meiji era (1895)
1100th anniversary of Heian Sento (the relocation of the capital)
era parade through the
city, representing
each era with evolution
of cultural items and
clothing over1000 years
is recreated. Jidai Festival Developed from monks (Buddhist monks)
No meat or fish, strictly vegetarian
Commonly includes tofu
(otherwise known at “tofu Ryori”
or “tofu cuisine”)
Ex. Yodofu=soft tofu, simmered with veggies & broth
Cost of Yodofu is usually
1500 to 2000 yen,
Depending on restaurant
and type. Shojin Ryori Obanzai  The rich culinary traditions of Kyoto range from the Aristocratic Kaiseki Ryori course dinners, the vegetarian Shoji Ryori of monks to the simple Obanzai home style cooking. ~Food~  Lanterns Aoi festival, Gion festival, Jidai festival and Gozan Fire festival are the for most popular festivals in Kyoto. ~Festivals~
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