Gion District
Quaint streets, narrow alleys, and an occasional Geiko (Geisha) sighting make up this area. This history can be felt through the small, simple but well-kept homes and business that line the streets.

During our visit to Kyoto, we stayed in a Ryokan, which is a traditional Japanese Inn. The hospitality of the small family-run business is like no other. Each night, they prepared a home cooked meal which was one of the most memorable parts of the trip.

Nara Deer Park
One of the oldest parks in Japan and home to around a thousand friendly deers. 

 Kyoto Tower, Nishiki Market, Fushimi Inari-Taisha, Hongan-Ji Temple