An old site that was established in 656, praying for the devastation of natural disasters and plague that hit various areas during the Heian era.
The Gion Festival held in July is famous as one of the three biggest festivals in Japan.
Among them, the Yamahori parade held on July 17 is a full spectacle.
||Gion / Yasaka Shrine
||· About 1 minute from "Karasuma Oike" station by subway Karasuma Line to "Shijo" station
→ About 2 minutes from "Karasuma" station on Hankyu Kyoto Line to "Kawaramachi" station
→ 15 minutes on foot from "Kawaramachi" station
||Japan Kyoto City, Higashiyama-ku Gion machi, Kitagawa 625
Flower area "Gion". Do you know "ghosts" in the flower street?
Setsubun's evening flower street is different from usual ...? (Setsubun is a holiday to celebrate the coming of spring.)