Arashiyama is undeniably one of the favorite tourist destinations in the Land of the Rising Sun. When we visit Japan, Arashiyama is one of the destinations that must be on the list. Because the place is not just an iconic bamboo forest, but a beautiful place that offers many other interesting things.
Arashiyama in Kyoto is one of the most memorable places for travelers, there are many shops that are so traditional and authentic. In fact, when you just enter the Arashiyama Forest area, it feels very much different compared to the atmosphere in Osaka, especially Tokyo. The atmosphere there is so calm, and more traditional, Old Age Japan.
Furthermore, the beautiful shades and yellow leaves that are typical of autumn are scattered in the Arashiyama area. In addition, there are many Japanese food and souvenir vendors on the right and left of the road. Thousands of bamboo trees are lined up neatly, also so spoil the eyes, do not forget there is also the iconic Nonomiya temple.
The shops that are neatly lined up and offer a variety of foods and fruits are also very attractive, the article they set an affordable price.
Interestingly, about 30 minutes from the location of Hutam Arashiyama, there is a halal food restaurant, Restaurant Yoshiya Arashiyama.
Not a few foreign tourists who also take advantage of the experience of walking through the Arashiyama forest that is so natural using traditional Japanese traditional clothing. The atmosphere becomes more similar to the countryside that is so beautiful.
After settling down through the Arashiyama forest, don’t forget to try the sensation of walking along the Katsura River and the beautiful Togetsukyo Bridge adorned with mountains in the colors of autumn, looking like a fusion that is so enthralling to anyone who approaches the place.
To be able to go along the Katsura River, you can also rent a boat, it will feel a sensation like in rural Japan in the past. In fact, some people consider the scenery along the Katsura River to be the best scenery encountered in Japan. So what are you waiting for, if you really have a year-end vacation plan in Japan, don’t forget to visit the Arashiyama Bamboo Forest.