Fushimi Inari

Kyoto Afternoon Tour

Duration Half Day (13:30 – 18:30)
Price Adult $103     Child (6 – 11 years old) $86

Visit some of the most popular and exquisite landmarks on the Kyoto afternoon tour. Amble through Fushimi Inari Taisha and be amazed at the thousands of vermillion torii gates. Be mesmerised by 1,001 hand-carved wooden Kannon statues in Sanjusangendo, a nondescript wooden hall housing overwhelming beauty. Browse through specialty shops on the slopes up to Kiyomizudera Temple, an excellent location to enjoy the beauty of nature in all four seasons.


13:30 AVANTI Sunrise Tours Desk (Kyoto Station)

Fushimi Inari Taisha (30 min)
One of Japan’s oldest and most important Shinto shrines. You’ll be captivated by the thousands of vermillion torii gates.

Sanjusangendo Temple (30 min)
The main hall contains 1,001 life-sized, hand-carved wooden statues of Kannon, the goddess of mercy with 11 faces and a thousand arms. See an extraordinary level of craftsmanship. The main hall itself, with a length of 120 metres, is the longest wooden structure in Japan.

Kiyomizudera Temple (70 min)
Kiyomizudera Temple, founded in 780, is well known for its wooden stage in the front of the main hall which extends out over the cliff. Its excellent location provides you with a sweeping view of Kyoto.

17:30 ~ 18:30 The tour will finish at Kyoto Station.


– Fushimi Inari Taisha
– Sanjusangendo Temple
– Kiyomizudera Temple

Tour Inclusions:

– English-speaking guide
– All transportation
– Admission fees

Tour Details:

Pick up service Available
Guide service English-speaking guide included
Drop off service Available
Meals No meals included
Participants Minimum 1 guest
Price Adult $103     Child (6 – 11 years old) $86
1. Drop off service to Karasuma Kyoto Hotel and Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto cannot be provided during the Gion Festival (July 15 – 16) due to traffic restrictions.
2. Connection to the Kyoto Maiko Dinner or the Kyoto Night Tour is available at Kyoto Hotel Okura.
3. Please note that due to repair and restoration work, part of the main hall of Kiyomizudera Temple may not be visible.