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The rooms combine a refined elegance with modern practical amenities for a relaxing and comfortable stay.

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DINING

Please take advantage of our restaurant's exceptional service and cuisine, be it for an important business engagement, a special occasion or simply for a relaxing meal with family and friends.

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    Fushimi Inari Shrine

    Fushimi Inari is the head shrine of a network said to number over thirty thousand that are dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. People have been coming here for over 1,300 years to worship for good harvests, business prosperity, and general family well-being. One of the highlights is the walk through the 10,000 red torii gates leading up to the top of the mountain behind the main shrine. This has made it a popular sightseeing spot for foreign tourists in recent years.
    [About 30 minutes by train from Hotel Monterey Kyoto]

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    Kinkakuji Golden Pavilion (World Heritage Site)

    One of the most prominent sightseeing spots in Kyoto, the golden pavilion is particularly beautiful when viewed in the early morning or evening time, when its gold walls seems to glitter in the sunrays. Whatever time of year you visit, it is sure not to disappoint, but for a unique memory it is especially beautiful to view it in the snow.
    [About 30 minutes by bus from Hotel Monterey Kyoto]

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    Togetsu Bridge in Arashiyama

    Arashiyama is a scenic spot located in the west area of Kyoto city. One of its standout features is Togetsu Bridge. Meaning 'moon crossing', this elegant bridge spans an impressive 155 meters in length, while Mt. Arashiyama provides a stunning, scenic backdrop: cherry blossom in spring, forest green in summer, autumn leaves in fall, and snow scenes in winter. It truly does look like a painting come to life. A short distance from the Togetsu Bridge is the magnificent strolling-pond garden at Tenryu-ji Temple, and right next to that is Arashiyama’s famous Bamboo Grove.
    [(About 30 minutes by train from Hotel Monterey Kyoto)]

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    Kiyomizu Temple (World Heritage Site)

    Kiyomizudera is famous for its wooden stage that juts out from the main hall. After climbing the narrow path up to the temple, and then looking out over the beautiful scenery from the stage, visitors can truly feel they have arrived in Kyoto. After viewing the temple, it is recommended to walk along the charming streets called Sannenzaka and Ninenzaka which take you to Gion. These winding, narrow streets are lined with old wooden houses, Japanese sweet shops, restaurants, and souvenir shops selling traditional items.
    [About 20 minutes by bus from Hotel Monterey Kyoto]

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    Ginkakuji Silver Temple (World Heritage Site)

    Ginkakuji is an example of the architecture and Higashiyama culture that flourished in the late Muromachi period. It is famous for the circular walk around its grounds that offers nice views of the gardens and buildings. Right in front of Ginkakuji is the Philosophers' Walk that leads to Nanzenji Temple. The walk is particularly beautiful when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom during spring time.
    [About 30 minutes by bus from Hotel Monterey Kyoto]

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    Shimogamo Shrine (World Heritage Site)

    One of the oldest Shinto shrines in Japan, the grounds of Shimogamo Shrine also contain many smaller shrines including ones dedicated to the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac, and to Aioi-sha, a god of marriage. To the south of the shrine is a vast, sacred forest (Tadasu no Mori) that is a great place to re-connect with nature. This area is a well-known power spot thanks to its holy, celestial atmosphere.
    [About 25 minutes by bus from Hotel Monterey Kyoto]

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