In the heart of Japan lies Kyoto, a city alive with history and tradition. As autumn unfolds in vibrant hues of crimson and gold, Kyoto embraces the arrival of koyo—the mesmerizing transformation of autumn leaves.
Kyoto, once Japan’s capital, is home to a remarkable 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and countless national treasures. As if painted by the strokes of time, temples and shrines are scattered across the city, and its streets are a woven canvas of old-world architecture—a glimpse into ages past.
Streets of Gion
Long ago, amidst the embraces of Gion, kimonos rustled softly as tea ceremonies unfolded, and the gentle notes of traditional music wafted through the air, creating a symphony of timeless grace that enveloped all who were present.
In partnership with Kyoto Prefectural Government
This month, immerse yourself in the crimson beauty of the koyo season while indulging in delicacies that evoke the spirit of Kyoto’s rich history and culinary excellence.