관광명소

교토에 도착하면 가장 먼저 방문하고 싶은 곳이 교토를 대표하는 사찰이나 성이겠죠. 옛날에 일본의 수도로서 번창했던 교토에는 그 당시의 모습이 거의 그대로 남아 있고, 방문객들을 과거의 세계로 이끌어 줍니다. 현대 사회의 소란으로부터 벗어나 아름다운 정원과 건축물을 바라보면서 옛 시대를 피부로 느껴 보세요. 이 페이지에서는 세계문화유산으로 지정받은 신사와 사찰을 중심으로 소개해 드립니다. 계절 마다 아름다운 모습을 보이는 풀꽃과 나무, 좌선이나 사경 체험을 할 수 있는 사찰, 그리고 예쁜 부적을 살 수 있는 신사 등에 대한 정보도 놓치지 마세요!
또한, 사원 및 신사 구내에서는 전혀 흡연을 할 수 없으니 유의하여 주시기 바랍니다.

세계유산

지금부터 약 1200년전인 헤이안 시대에 수도로서 번창했던 교토는 세계 유산의 보고입니다. 킨카쿠지나 기요미즈테라 등 일본을 대표하는 이러한 명찰은 모두 1994년, 유네스코 세계 유산에 ‘옛 도읍 교토의 세계 유산’으로 등록되어 있습니다. 가까운 거리에 세계 유산이 많이 점재하는 교토는 확실히 세계 유산과 함께 사는 도시입니다.

The area of North Kyoto, also known as the old capital’s “Back Parlor,” is known for the mysterious aura that permeates its shrines and temples, and boasts one of the oldest shrines in all of Japan. Even though it is easily accessed from the main city, the mountains of North Kyoto are characteristically cool and refreshing all year round, making this area especially attractive to summertime visitors.

동쪽

The Higashiyama area is one of the most “Kyoto-like” areas in Kyoto and is steeped in history. It is the home to Kiyomizu-dera Temple, a World Heritage Site, as well as many famous landmarks and sights that attract visitors from across Japan and around the world.
This area begins at the colorful Heian-jingu Shrine and ends at the Metropolitan Museum. It includes sites such as Kiyomizu-dera Temple and its Otowa-no-Taki, the “Sound of Feathers Waterfall.”

서쪽

This area features the Golden Pavilion and Arashiyama, unquestionably the most popular sightseeing spots in Kyoto. It attracts both Japanese and tourists from overseas in droves.

중심의

This area focuses on the center of the city. It is ideal for those with limited time thanks to the efficient and convenient transportation system.

남쪽

This area is located 20 to 30 minutes from the city center. It includes such prominent temples as Tofuku-ji Temple and Daigo-ji Temple and Fushimi Inari-Taisha Shrine (O-Inari-san).

다른

These areas comprise a selection of sites other than those listed above, including a number of "don’t miss" World Heritage sites in the areas of Ohara, Takao, Matsuo, Uji and Ohara-no.

Ohara is located in northern Kyoto City, and is also known as “Ohara Village”. Millions of people visit Nanzen-ji and Jakko-in Temples in the Ohara area annually. Ohara receives much more snow than the Kyoto City proper and is breathtaking in any season. Takao is located about an hour west of Kyoto City. Kozan-ji Temple, a World Heritage Site, is a well-known stop for autumn tourists. Other temples in the area include Jingo-ji and Saimyo-ji Temples. Matsuo is a lush, green region located in western Kyoto near Arashiyama and Koke-dera Temple, a World Heritage Site. Uji lies south of Kyoto City, and is home to Byodo-in Temple, the temple on the back of the ten-yen coin. It is also home to some of Japan’s most famous green teas, including Uji tea. Oharano is located in lush southeastern Kyoto, and is famous for Kippo-ji, Shoji-ji, and Jurin-ji Temples.