Kyoto Day tours - Kyoto Night Tour

Kyoto Night Tour

Duration 17:00 – 21:00
Price Adult $216     Child (6 – 11 years old) $216

The Kyoto Night tour allows you to enjoy traditional Japanese performances such as a Maiko dance, Kyogen, Bunraku puppet theatre etc. Take a stroll around the Gion Historical Preservation District while heading to the Yoshi-ima Ryokan. Enjoy an exclusive private evening tea ceremony and Zen dining under candlelight at Yoshi-ima Ryokan’s tea ceremony room, Kurenaitei.


17:00 Pick up service is available.

Gion Corner (50 min)

Experience traditional Japanese entertainment such as a Maiko dance, Kyogen and Bunraku Puppet theatre.

Yoshi-Ima Inn (70 min)

Wander through the Gion Preservation District to Yoshi-Ima Inn for a private tea ceremony and Zen dining.

21:00 ~ 21:30 Drop off services to designated hotels in Kyoto are available.


– Traditional Maiko Dance
– Kyogen, Bunraku puppet theatre
– Stroll around Gion’s Preservation District
– Private tea ceremony & Vegetarian Zen dining

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 Dinner
Participants Minimum 2 guests
Price Adult $216     Child (6 – 11 years old) $216
1. If the minimum number of participants (2) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be cancelled.
2. This tour can be booked on the same day as the Kyoto Afternoon Tour and the Kyoto 1-Day Tour. Connections will be made either at the Kyoto Hotel Okura.
3. Connections to this tour from the Nara Afternoon Tour,  the Kyoto & Nara 1-Day Tour and the Uji & Nara 1-Day Tour are not possible due to time constraints.
4. Customers under 6 years of age are not permitted. Thank you for your understanding.
5. Please be aware that at Gion Corner, participants may have to watch while standing if it is crowded.
6. Buddhist vegetarian cuisine is served for dinner, so we welcome vegetarian participants. However, bonito stock is used in the tempura dipping sauce. Salt can be used instead of the tempura dipping sauce.
The ingredients of tempura are tofu, namafu wheat gluten, yuba tofu skin, and vegetables in season, such as eggplants, lotus root, ginger, and shiitake mushrooms. Miso soup and rice are also served.