Tours for Torito
About Torito, Kyoto
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Overview of Torito
Walking past the city of Kyoto, you will come across Torito. Although listed here, Torito is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Kyoto.
Most of the Kyoto tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit Torito.
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Book Torito Tickets And Tours
Soak up temple and palace sights on this half-day guided city tour, great for those who want to see Kyoto’s top attractions in a short time. Travel by coach in the morning and visit UNESCO-listed Nijo Castle and the gold-covered Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion) with an informative guide. Then wander through the Kyoto Imperial Palace — home to the emperor until 1868 — and see how royalty lived.
Venture to Nara from Kyoto for the afternoon. Due to its past as the first permanent capital of Japan, Nara remains full of historic treasures, including some of Japan's oldest Buddhist temples. Accompanied by your local guide, you'll visit the Todaiji Temple to see Japan's largest Buddha, Deer Park - home to hundreds of freely roaming deer, and Kasuga Shrine - Nara's most celebrated shrine.
Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of Kyoto on an afternoon guided tour through the former capitol’s vibrant shrines and temples. Admire the alluring green and red Heian Shrine. Stroll Sanjusangendo Hall with its 1,001 Kannon statues and the Kiyomizu Temple where you’ll enjoy sweeping city views from the large terrace. All entry fees are included.
Enjoy the sights of Kyoto on a sightseeing tour to Nijo Castle, Kinkaku-ji Temple (Golden Pavilion), Kyoto Imperial Palace and the Kyoto Handicraft Center. You'll learn about Kyoto’s rich history and culture from your guide as you take in some of the city’s favorite landmarks, then get a hands-on experience of traditional Japanese crafts during a workshop with a professional craftsman at Kyoto Handicraft Center. Your tour includes an expert guide, lunch, transportation, and hotel pickup at selected hotels in central Kyoto.
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Arrived at 5.30pm without reservation on a Saturday but thankfully was given a seating for 2 persons with the undertaking to leave by 7pm...the few groups (2-3 pax) shortly after us were not as lucky and were turned away. Standard yakitori fare and with 2 beers, bill came up to ¥6.8k in total for 2 pax.
Great yakitori! Friendly staff, English menu and delicious food.
We tried fried cucumber and mashed potato with cheese which are both great. There is no other menu for vegetarian.
We showed up at 8:30pm and they turned us away. We told them we could wait and they still said no. They close at 12am, 3.5hrs remaining. There were no people waiting outside the restaraunt or inside. It felt like maybe a bias against foreigners. The lady was rude
Came here on a cold and wet night. The food was alright - the meatballs were tasty, but we didn't enjoy the rest that much. They don't seem too particularly concerned about hygiene either - one of the guys preparing our food was using a phone, then helping a customer hang his jacket, and went right back to preparing our food with his bare hands without washing them.
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