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Kyoto Travel Guide

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Japan Travel Vlog | Part 4 | Kyoto |
Fushimi Inari | Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama | Arashiyama Bamboo Forest

Welcome back to Part 4 of my Japan Travel Vlog series. In this video we explore the beautiful city of Kyoto! Kyoto was at the top of my list of places I wanted to see in Japan and it was everything I could’ve hoped for!

We managed to fit so much into our time in Kyoto. Watch us wander through the famous Fushimi Inari. We walked to the top of this mountain through all the beautiful red torri gates. We then went to Arashiyama Monkey Park where we trekked up another mountain! When we got to the top we got to feed the cutest monkeys ever, so it was so worth it! We also explored the famous Bamboo Forest in Arashiyama.

Kyoto is a beautiful and very popular city, filled with many tourists! A big tip from us is if you want to get great photos and take the city in, then get up early.. like 5am/6am… yup! You’ll have the place somewhat to yourself and beat the crazy crowds! It’s so worth it!

In the next video we travel to Hakone where we have our first bullet train experience, catch a glimpse of Mt. Fuji, take a pirate ship across Lake Ashi and much more! 😀

Entire video was filmed on my iPhone 8!

In this video you’ll see Liam speaking some Gaeilge. We are both learning the language and tried to practice it as much as possible whilst travelling! 😀 Some of it made it into the vlogs!

Tá súil agam go mbainfidh tú taitneamh as!

Japan Travel Vlog Series:

Watch PART 1 – Travelling to Osaka:

Watch PART 2 – Universal Stuidos Osaka:

Watch PART 3 – Exploring Nara | Bowing Deer of Nara:


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