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Kyoto's Philosopher's Walk is a beautiful path lined with cherry trees.

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This series takes you on a virtual walking tour of Eastern Kyoto. Lots of ideas for your own exploration & photo glimpses of this beautiful historical city

This post offers tips for one of our absolute favorite (and free!) experiences in Kyoto: the Philosopher’s Walk. Unlike other points of interest in Japan, this one doesn’t feature a centuries-old cultural or spiritual icon. It is not a UNESCO World Site and it isn’t even marked with a clear entrance. It’s literally a path, but … … Continue reading →

Walking the Philosopher's Path in Kyoto, Japan

An excellent plan for a self-guided walking tour of Kyoto, Japan during cherry blossom season.

Philosopher's Walk in Kyoto, Japan Cherry Blossom Season

Kyoto, Japan: Kinkaku-ji, Philosopher's Walk, Kiyomizu Temple, Gion

Japan's Nakasendo Walk

Photographer Kevin Kelly says: "The Nakasendo is an old road in Japan that connects Kyoto to Tokyo. It was once a major foot highway, but today small sections retain some of its historical feel.

I spent a couple of pleasant days photographing along and around Kyoto's Philosopher's Walk (or Path). The path can be walked in an hour or so if you only

I spent a couple of pleasant days photographing along and around Kyoto's Philosopher's Walk (or Path). The path can be walked in an hour or so if you only

A self guided walking tour through central Kyoto in Japan | Japan Travel | Kyoto Travel via @2aussietravellers

A self guided walking tour through central Kyoto

A self guided walking tour through central Kyoto in Japan Japan Travel Kyoto Travel

Your guide to the 5 hanamachi or Geisha districts of Kyoto.  Walk the historic streets, in the evening you might even spot one of Kyoto's Maiko or Geiko on their way to work.

Exploring the geisha districts of Kyoto

Your guide to the 5 hanamachi or Geisha districts of Kyoto. Walk the historic streets, in the evening you might even spot one of Kyoto's Maiko or Geiko on their way to work.

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