Check out the climate diagram for Kyoto Prefecture. In August maximum temperatures go higher than 33°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. It may rain 14 days in June while it typically rains only 10 days in May.
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Book a stay in a traditional Kyoto Ryokan
Kyoto's accommodation offers the best of Japanese minimalism, with vacation rentals that emphasize space and symmetry. The houses here are more traditional than you would find in larger Japanese cities, and you can get to grips with the interesting design of Japanese architecture.
Ramen has become a national staple in Japan and this can be seen in Ramen Sen No Kaze. They serve ramen in Tonkotsu Broth made from pork broth that slips down your neck like butter. Make sure you get there in good time as there is usually a queue to get in!
Okonomiyaki Katsu serves Okonomiyaki, a savory version of a Japanese pancake that is made with flour, shredded cabbage, and eggs. Their cheese and squid Okonomiyaki is particularly unique.
Art and Gods
Sumiya Motenashi Cultural and Art Museum is a building that has been preserved by the same family since the 1700s. It was a former 'Entertainment House' that has since been converted into a fascinating museum showcasing the history of the Geisha in Japan.
Kiyomizu-dera Temple is equal parts a historic landmark and the perfect spot the view the city from. It was built to honor the Goddess of Mercy, Kannon, and it provides a viewing platform to take in Kyoto's beautiful surroundings.
Tours of Kyoto
A Japanese Tea Ceremony with a Tea Master is a great way to try this traditional Japanese pastime. It takes place in a typical Machiya house, and they will even teach you how to put on and wear a kimono correctly.
Cycle Kyoto lets you see the city by bike, taking you past such landmarks as Toji Temple and the Fushimi Inari Shrine. You will be guided by a knowledgable local who will be fluent in both Mandarin and English.
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