Once it’s winter in Kyoto, even the Japanese people start feeling cold. The good thing is that the buildings and even the trains have heating. Because when sightseeing you’re going to spend a lot of time outside, it’s important to wear warm clothing, but it would also be nice if you were not mistaken for the Michelin man with all your clothes. But don’t worry! Vanessa is going to tell you how to spend the winter in Kyoto in style!