Oct. 12, 2017 UPDATE

Exploring Kyoto in autumn!

Autumn is fast closing in on Kyoto, and soon the leaves of the maple trees will turn into vivid shades of red and yellow. In this article, you get to read about three wonderful itineraries for viewing autumn leaves in Kyoto, and in part four you even get to know about autumn leaves night illumination events that take place here in the old capital of Japan.
Part 1Amazing autumn leaves itinerary along the Philosopher’s Path
People from all over the world gather to Kyoto in autumn to see the famous autumn leaves of this ancient capital. But there are so many places in Kyoto to see autumn leaves that sometimes it’s hard to decide where to go to, but luckily Sharing Kyoto is here to help …
Part 2Itinerary for autumn leaves around Kyoto Station
Most of us want to have fun around Kyoto Station, and as expected, it can get pretty crowded during the autumn leaves season. But it’s still all worth it because the temples around the station are not only historically important but also incredibly beautiful. So …
Part 3Itinerary for autumn leaves in eastern Kyoto around Kiyomizu Temple
Autumn leaves in Kyoto for many people means a visit to Kiyomizu Temple. For this reason the temple gets even more crowded than usual around this time, but many people don’t know that the temple actually opens its doors at 6 a.m. so if you …
Part 4Mystical autumn illumination events in Kyoto
In this last part, we have some great illumination events that take place in Kyoto between October and December. This is your chance to see Kyoto and the autumn leaves like you have never seen them before: at night! The illuminations take place at temples and …
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