Kyoto Prefecture, Japan We’ve said it before: the popular image of Tokyo as the futuristic capital and Kyoto as its ultra-traditional counterpart is only true to a first approximation. But exceptions what
Kosoan teahouse Tea is indispensable in Japanese life. One of my favourite cafes is Kosoan, set in a traditional house built over a century ago – the antique furniture adds to the refined decor. Busy feels
To celebrate some of the most mouth-watering foodie experiences around the world, Lonely Planet has ranked 500 delicious dishes based on their taste, cultural importance, and the atmosphere of the location.
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If you feel like you need to disconnect and recalibrate—and have a few days to do it—then look into booking a couple of nights at a Japanese ryokan. These traditional inns date back to the 8th century
Here's how and what to eat in Kyoto if you're traveling on a budget. While Tokyo is Japan’s fast-paced modern metropolis, Kyoto is a great place to get a sense of traditional and ancient Japanese culture.