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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
Shikoku-an Machiya Residence Inn
Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
Les Trois Maisons
Kyoto
 
 
The Screen
Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo
Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
naokonoza Bettei Kyoto Station
Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
   
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Kyoto
 
 
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Kyoto
   
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Itsutsuji-an
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Gosho Nishi Kyoto Heian Hotel
Kyoto
 

Aeropuertos cercanos a KIOTO a una distancia máxima de 250 Km del centro de KIOTO
ITM - Itami 37.08 Km del centro de KIOTO - Aeropuerto internacional
KIX - Kansai International 78.18 Km del centro de KIOTO - Aeropuerto internacional
NGO - Aeroporto Internacional de Chubu 98.31 Km del centro de KIOTO - Aeropuerto internacional
NKM - Nagoya Airfield 110.08 Km del centro de KIOTO - Aeropuerto internacional
TKS - Tokushima 141.55 Km del centro de KIOTO - Aeropuerto internacional
SHM - Shirahama 153.00 Km del centro de KIOTO - Aeropuerto internacional
TTJ - Tottori 155.11 Km del centro de KIOTO - Aeropuerto internacional
KMQ - Komatsu 166.97 Km del centro de KIOTO - Aeropuerto internacional
OKJ - Okayama Airport 175.08 Km del centro de KIOTO - Aeropuerto internacional

Información general sobre KIOTO
Quioto é uma cidade do Japão na província de homónima no centro sul do país. Fundada no século I, foi a capital do Japão Imperial, sendo substituída por Tóquio em 1868.

Com uma população estimada em quase 1,5 milhão de pessoas (2010), Kyoto forma, juntamente com as cidades de Osaka e Kobe, uma região metropolitana conhecida como Keihanshin, que abriga mais de 18,6 milhões de pessoas (dados de 2010), figurando como a segunda mais populosa região metropolitana do país, atrás apenas da Grande Tóquio. Foi em tempos conhecida no Ocidente por Meaco (japonês: 都; miyako), que significa, literalmente, "capital". Kyoto é ocasionalmente apelidada de "Velha Capital" e "Cidade dos Samurais".
Fuente: wikipedia
Turismo
Se Tóquio é o centro do poder político e económico japonês, Quioto é a alma e a essência da cultura japonesa. Da meditação zen à cerimônia do chá, da arquitetura refinada às gueixas finamente vestidas em quimonos de seda, a antiga capital é o bastião das tradições mais caras ao povo japonês. Dezenas de maravilhosos templos budistas e santuários xintoístas espalham-se pela cidade, alguns cênicos como o Kyomizudera, outros singelos como o pavilhão dourado Kinkakuji e alguns poucos espartanos como o jardim de pedra de Ryoanji. Esse impressionante conjunto valeu à cidade a inclusão na lista de patrimónios da humanidade da Unesco.

Capital do Japão por séculos, Kyoto abriga não só um dos palácios imperiais do Japão (o outro está em Tóquio), mas também joias arquitetônicas como a bucólica vila imperial de Katsura Rikyu e o castelo Nijo, onde os xoguns - os generais que detinham o poder de fato -, lançavam ordens para seus vassalos por todo arquipélago. A cidade também sedia três dos mais animados e coloridos festivais do país, os 'matsuris' Aoi (maio), Gion (julho) e Jidai (outubro) quando milhares de pessoas vestem-se com indumentárias tradicionais e desfilam pelas ruas e templos da cidade.

Uma das experiências fundamentais para o visitante de Kyoto é hospedar-se nos tradicionais ryokans, dormindo sobre futons em esteiras de tatami. Eles são a quintessência da hotelaria nipónica e aqui você encontrará alguns dos melhores de todo o país. A grande maioria deles serve o kaiseki, um banquete com uma elaborada sequência de pratos que se distinguem por seu sabor, ingredientes, formas de preparo e apresentação. Os menus são sazonais, com sabores ora delicados, ora pujantes.
Fuente: viajeaqui.abril
Gastronomia
As Japan's former capital and seat of the imperial court for over a thousand years, Kyoto offers a rich culinary tradition. The local food culture is diverse and ranges from aristocratic kaiseki ryori course dinners to the vegetarian shojin ryori of monks and the simple obanzai ryori home style cooking.

While some restaurants look to the past for inspiration, others experiment with new flavors. Fusion restaurants, that combine ingredients and techniques of Kyoto cuisine with cooking styles from other parts of the world, can also be found in the city. The Pontocho nightlife district is one of the best places to find good fusion restaurants alongside traditional establishments. Not far away, the Gion district also offers a wide range of interesting dining opportunities, as does the Kyoto Station area.

Regular Japanese food that is not necessarily associated with Kyoto in particular, such as ramen, sushi and udon, is also available across the city. Food fans should not miss a visit to the Nishiki Market in central Kyoto, which has been serving the city for many centuries.

Kaiseki Ryori

Kaiseki ryori has its origin in the traditional tea ceremony, but later evolved into an elaborate dining style popular among aristocratic circles. Kyoto style kaiseki ryori (kyo kaiseki) is particularly refined, placing an emphasis on subtle flavors and local and seasonal ingredients. A kaiseki meal has a prescribed order of courses which is determined by the cooking method of each dish.

A common way for travelers to enjoy kaiseki is by staying at a ryokan where a kaiseki dinner is included with the stay. But kaiseki meals can also be enjoyed at restaurants, including high end ryotei, many of which can be found in the Pontocho and Gion districts of Kyoto. A good kaiseki meal usually costs around 10,000 yen per person, but prices can go as high as 30,000 yen or as low as 6000 yen. Some restaurants depart from tradition and include elements of foreign cuisines.

Shojin Ryori

Whereas kaiseki developed out of the affluence of the aristocrats, shojin ryori developed from the austerity of Buddhist monks. Prohibited from taking the life of other living creatures, Buddhist monks had to make do without meat or fish in their diet. Consisting of strictly vegetarian dishes, shojin ryori can nonetheless be savory and filling. Travelers who spend the night at a temple lodging will be able to enjoy a meal as part of the stay.

A common ingredient in shojin ryori is tofu, which is a local specialty of Kyoto. The preparation of tofu is so common that it can also be referred to as Tofu Ryori ("tofu cuisine"). One popular dish that is widely served at restaurants is Yudofu, soft tofu simmered with vegetables in broth. A meal of Yudofu usually costs 1500 to 2000 yen, but the price can be higher or lower depending on the quality of the restaurant. The Nanzenji and Arashiyama districts are particularly famous for tofu cuisine.

Obanzai Ryori

Obanzai Ryori is the traditional home style cooking of Kyoto. It is made up of multiple small dishes that are usually quite simple to prepare. Local produce that is in season is best suited for the dishes. Although the cooking methods are usually not complicated, obanzai dishes can be made very rich by chefs skillfully bringing out the natural flavors of the ingredients.

Restaurants that serve obanzai ryori can be found all over Kyoto. Many of them have a relaxed and friendly atmosphere that reflects the home style of cooking. A full meal usually costs 2000 to 3000 yen, but can vary depending on the number and type of dishes ordered.

Kawayuka/Kawadoko

Kawayuka, or Kawadoko as it is known outside of central Kyoto, is the summer pasttime of dining outdoors on temporary platforms built over flowing water. Developed as a way to beat the summer heat, kawayuka is a great way to experience one of the traditional Kyoto cuisines listed above while taking in the cooling effects of the flowing water and lively summer atmosphere.

The most famous area to experience kawayuka is along the Kamogawa River in central Kyoto, especially around Pontocho. From May to September, restaurants here construct temporary wooden decks over the canal on the river's west bank. Many places serve kaiseki meals, however other types of cuisine are also available.

Kibune and Takao in the forested mountains just north of central Kyoto, are also popular places to try kawayuka, although here it is called kawadoko. In Kibune especially, the platforms are built just centimeters above the river and provide almost complete relief from the summer heat.
Fuente: japan-guide
Clima
Japan has four distinct seasons and Kyoto is one of a few places that have clearer differences than other places of the archipelago. Generally, it is very hot in summer and cold in winter. It is also humid in summer. They say that they have less wind in summer and feel hotter than the actual temperature, which can get close to 40 degrees C (the maximum temperature recorded in August, 2008 was 37.5 degrees C, or 99.5 degrees F). In winter, the temperature frequently goes below freezing and snow flies occasionally.
Fuente: kyoto.asanoxn
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