Reply To: What are some wheelchair accessible places to see the cherry blossoms in Kyoto?


    March 24, 2022 at 6:24 pm

    Hello, Josh-san. it’s [email protected] who is writing.

    Kyoto which is my home town has loads of places to go, inexhaustibly.

    You have been Fushimi Inari shrine, haven’t you.

    If you are interested in traditional ones, Daigo-ji temple is one of the most famous HANAMI point. and NIjo-jo which was once the Tokugawa’s castle is as well. Both gardens are accessible, although have some gravel paths. And Maruyama-koen park and Gyoen imperial palece are regular ones.

    And not only accessible temples, modern buildings like National Museum or City Museum recently renovated are recommended. Toji temple (if you can get inside the Ko-do it’s excellent), Eikan-do temple, Hongan-ji temples… each one is accessible for most part.

    There’s more to come, but that’s all for today. Thank you.

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