Golden Pavilion of Kinkaku-ji:
A temple where the two top floors are completely covered in gold leaf. It was burnt down in 1950 by an obsessed Monk and rebuilt in 1955. It is a Japanese masterpiece overlooking a scenic pond.
Explore the most impressive sight in Kyoto. The most important of the thousands of shrines dedicated to the Shinto god of rice. Travel through the countless arcades of vermilion tori (shrine gates) winding through a heavily vegetated mountain.