Kinkaku-ji, Kyoto, Japan

19 Mentions on Trippy

Kinkaku-ji

Japan, 京都府京都市北区金閣寺町1

Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 603-8361 JP

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075-461-0013

  • 3 mentions in What are the best places to visit in Japan?

    • Lorraine M.

      Lorraine M. said, "...to the ferry and go to Miyajima, In Kyoto, make sure you walk through the bamboo forest-amazing temples in Kyoto (eg Kinkaku-ji and Ninna-ji) and you will be sure to see geishas and maikos around Gion Street. For an interesting experience..." See More

    • Cherie Y.

      Cherie Y. said, "...to see and many of the attractions are located all over the city. Here are just a few of the highlights: Kinkaku-ji: The postcard picture perfect Golden Pavilion is what many think of when they think of Kyoto. Ryoan-ji Temple:..." See More

    • Seoulsfgirl :.

      Seoulsfgirl :. said, "...Kyoto. You can stay in a traditional Japan style home for cheap and see amazing temples. Check out the gold one... Kinkaku-ji and Osaka Castle castle. Loved Kyoto-small and easy to get around with no Japanese skills...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Favorite place in Japan?

    • ligaya t.

      ligaya t. said, "...Incredible temples and art museums! Ryoan-ji Temple Kinkaku-ji Todai-ji Echigo-Tsumari Art Field Yumoto Choza 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art Studio Ghibli Museum - everything Miyazaki! Harajuku - be sure to visit on the weekends to see everyone in full costume..." See More

    • Arti S.

      Arti S. said, "...as the highest wooden structure in the world. In Kyoto Visit the famed Temple of Golden Pavillion (also known as the Kinkaku-ji and which dates back to (1185 – 1332)). In Tokyo Visiting the Tokyo Tower (Tokyo Tower resembles the Eiffel..." See More

  • 2 mentions in 10 days in Japan in December

    • Stefanie W.

      Stefanie W. said, "...Taisha to avoid the crowds and have the place to yourself; Kyoto is famous for tofu; No shortage of temples but Kinkaku-ji the golden pavillion is beautiful; Take a day trip out to Nara to see Todai-ji and the deer -..." See More

    • kim s.

      kim s. said, "...was so cool. The trip up and around the mountain is pretty long, but we thought it was worth the hike. Kinkaku-ji was NOT worth the time. It was so crowded with school children and other tourists we felt like we..." See More

  • 1 mention in What can I do during 3 weeks (March) in Tokyo?

    • Toufic T.

      Toufic T. said, "...Taisha for a hike up the hill through these orange arches, an out of this world experience.. See the golden temple Kinkaku-ji careful with tourist traps in Kyoto, restaurants can be expensive...." See More

  • 1 mention in One week in Kyoto enough?

    • Michael K.

      Michael K. said, "...Temples (Buddhist), so definitely the place to be if you need to find some inner peace. The typical touristy stuff like Kinkaku-ji GinkakujiNijo Castle are worth visiting. It's the old capitol so there's plenty of history to be explored. We found..." See More

  • 1 mention in Day trip from Tokyo to Kyoto?

    • BLOGGER e.

      BLOGGER e. said, "...Totally worth it! You should visit the Golden Temple Kinkaku-ji and Ishimaru Shohten a cosy, welcoming bar...." See More

  • 1 mention in One week in Kyoto, Nagoya and surroundings.

    • Jorge G.

      Jorge G. said, "...Kōdai-ji, Jingo-ji, Kiyomizu-Dera. Google them and choose the ones you think you will enjoy most. I personally recommend Kiyomizu-Dera, Gold castle( Kinkaku-ji) and Shintoist shrine at Fujimae, all different styles within Kyoto area. If you have a chance, change Nagoya..." See More

  • 1 mention in In Kyoto for Two Days: what to do & where to eat?

    • Ebe R.

      Ebe R. said, "...Hello, you should go to Kiyomizu-dera Temple and Kinkaku-ji ...They are nice places to visit....and there are a lot of nice restaurants around them... Hav a nice trip..." See More

  • 1 mention in Cool places to visit accessible via rail pass during winter in Japan?

    • Cameron S.

      Cameron S. said, "...it is a couple hours, so I would recommend at least an overnight stay - if not a couple nights. The Kinkaku-ji shrine is a must visit in Kyoto, as is the Nijo Castle . I also am a huge fan..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best way to visit Kyoto and Osaka?

    • Yukiko I.

      Yukiko I. said, "...the best option in Kyoto. it is not that expensive and easy to go around (bus and train are not convenient). Kinkaku-ji and Kiyomizu-Dera are pretty popular among tourists, but i recommend Rengeoin Sanjusangendo-temple...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best places to go in Japan? 2 week itinerary

    • Arti S.

      Arti S. said, "...listed in the UNESCO heritage list like the Todai-ji Temple. A side trip to Kyoto. A lot of temples there too. Kinkaku-ji the golden marvel is a must see. If possible, do Mount Fuji and take a ride in the bullet..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best places to visit and stay in Japan?

    • Luciana M.

      Luciana M. said, "...Museum are fantastic. Then we went to Kyoto , spent 3 days exploring the amazing temples, such as Kiyomizu-dera Temple , Kinkaku-ji, 大徳寺 Daitoku-ji Temple , Nijo Castle and watched the Geisha perform their Spring Dance at the Gion Kaburenjo..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are must see's in Osaka & Kyoto in Ocotber?

    • Toufic T.

      Toufic T. said, "...the most famous temple to see in kyoto is Kinkaku-ji the golden temple, but the best experience would be Fushimi Inari Taisha climb the hill through the arches its an out of this world experience and well worth it. Gion is..." See More

  • 1 mention in Interesting places in Japan

    • Arti S.

      Arti S. said, "...structure in the world or take a stroll in the Yoshikien Garden (Yoshekien Gardens). In Kyoto you can visit the famed Kinkaku-ji (Golden Temple) or visit the Nijo Castle, just roaming the streets of this old town the experience is sublime...." See More

  • 1 mention in The best place to visit in Japan

    • Arti S.

      Arti S. said, "...structure in the world or take a stroll in the Yoshikien Garden (Yoshekien Gardens). In Kyoto you can visit the famed Kinkaku-ji (Golden Temple) or visit the Nijo Castle, just roaming the streets of this old town the experience is sublime...." See More