Best Spots For Japanese Traditional Wear Yukata & Kimono In Kyoto Prefecture

Here're best tourist spots where people enjoy wearing Japanese traditional 'yukata' and 'kimono'. We selected top ones from 'special places to travel in Japan' posted in City's Pride by travelers and the locals who have actually been there. And released a ranking for places to go.

Best Spots For Japanese Traditional Wear Yukata & Kimono In Kyoto Prefecture [1-7]

1Yasaka Koshin-do Temple

The Colorful World Of Lucky Charm Balls

I wrote my wish on a colorful ball at Yasaka Koshin-do Temple in Kyoto. It's a nice place my heart leaps up just looking at them. Your Instagram must be able to get many likes!

2Adashino'nembutsu-ji Temple

Kyoto Bamboo Grove You Can Have Enough Time To Take Pictures Without The Crowd

I could take pictures of Japanese traditional outfits kimono and bamboo grove without the crowd. Here's the best place in Arashiyama, to take pictures with beautiful bamboo grove.

3Ninenzaka Street

A Stone Paved Slope 'Ninenzaka' With Many Tasteful Shops In Kyoto

There're tasteful houses standing along the slope, you can enjoy seeing the townscape of Kyoto just the same as you associate. Even Starbucks opens in Kyoto style. Now, this area is designated as Kyoto's important preservation district of historic buildings.

4Keage Incline

Keage Incline In Summer

Keage Incline has beautiful lush greens in summer. Also, you can see the wonderful scenery every season such as autumn colored leaves and cherry blossoms in spring. For the retro atmosphere, Japanese traditional outfits Kimono and Yukata are excellent with the scenery.

5Yasaka Pagoda (Hokan-ji Temple)

This Is The Scenery Of Kyoto

This slope where we can see Yasaka Pagoda, is very famous spot in Kyoto. It has the various atmosphere in each time. Specially, after the evening glow. many tourists get together to take pictures.

6Kyoto Ohara Sanzen-in Temple

Hydrangea You Can See Leisurely Without Crowd

There're fewer people than other temples and shrines, you can see beautiful hydrangea leisurely. What's more, there're benches to take a rest, and you can feel relief to the distributed Une-kombu tea.

7Kifune Shrine

Lighted Approach Of Stone Steps Lined With Lanterns

In this season, there were fewer people there than I expected, and I could take enough time to see around. I want to visit again in winter.