[Klook Exclusive] Amanohashidate, Ine no Funaya, and Miyama Village Day Trip in Northern Kyoto
- Take the monorail or chairlift and get a sweeping view of Amanohashidate from the mountaintop!
- Take a 25-minute cruise around Ine Bay and admire the rarely seen boat houses (also called funaya)
- Stroll around Miyama Kayabuki no Sato for original Japanese scenery!
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What to expect
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city center and hop on a trip to explore Amanohashidate and the quaint villages of Northern Kyoto! On this trip, your first stop is Miyama Village a remote, rural area in the mountains 30 kilometers north of central Kyoto. Experience its traditional village atmosphere, and admire the many hamlets nestled between mountains. Then take a boat ride through Ine no Funaya. This coastal town is famous for its traditional wooden boat houses called 'funaya', which line next to each other along the bay. From the boat, see the dwellings up close. Take a break with a buffet lunch at Amanohashidate Winery! Your last stop is the stunning sandbar of Amanohashidate. This thin strip of land is part of the Tango-Amanohashidate-Oeyama Quasi-National Park, and is named one of the 'Three Views of Japan' and 'Kyoto by the Sea'. Marvel at the 7,000 pine trees decorating the strip, as well as the snow-capped mountains in the distance.This trip is perfect for travelers who wish to explore the highlights of northern Kyoto but find it hard to travel to independently.