1day trip to Kyoto
Arashiyama – Monkey Park
Sagano Sightseeing Train10:00 – 10:40
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest10:50 – 11:30
Tenryuji Temple11:40 – 13:00
Lunch13:00 – 14:00
Togetsukyou Bridge14:00 – 14:30
Iwatayama Monkey Park15:00 – 16:00
Arashiyama Shopping16:30 – 17:00
Osaka Station is representative station in Osaka. There are many train line such as JR Osaka Loop line, JR Yamatoji line, JR Hanwa line, JR Kansai Air Port line, JR Kobe line, JR Kyoto line, etc. Also you can transfer to the subway line. Let's meet here.
Sagano Sightseeing Train
Sagano Sightseeing Train is a sightseeing train line that runs along the Hozugawa River between Arashiyama and Kameoka. Its charming, old fashioned trains wind their way through the mountains at a relatively slow pace, taking about 25 minutes to make the seven kilometer journey and giving passengers a pleasant view of the scenery as they travel from Arashiyama through the forested ravine and into rural Kameoka.
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest
Arashiyama is a pleasant, touristy district in the western outskirts of Kyoto. The area has been a popular destination since the Heian Period (794-1185), when nobles would enjoy its natural setting. Arashiyama is particularly popular during the cherry blossom and fall color seasons.
Tenryuji Temple is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.
The Togetsukyo Bridge is Arashiyama's well known, central landmark. Many small shops, restaurants and other attractions are found nearby, including Tenryuji Temple, Arashiyama's famous bamboo groves and pleasure boats that are available for rent on the river.
Iwatayama Monkey Park
Located in the Arashiyama mountains, the entrance to the monkey park can be found just south of the Togetsukyo Bridge. After hiking uphill for about ten minutes, visitors will find an open area with over a hundred monkeys roaming freely. There are also nice views down onto the city.
Much of this street along the way has been preserved in the style of the Meiji Period (1868-1912). Many of the buildings are traditional machiya ("town houses") that served as private residences but have since been converted into shops and restaurants.
Of course I can arrange many other plans if you tell me your preferences in advance.
As a professional local tour guide, I will take care of everything you want to do here in Japan, with lots of smile and hospitality!