21st International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security
| 19-22 June, 2023
Kyoto TERRSA 70 Higashikujo Shimotonoda-cho, Minami-ku, Kyoto, Japan (within Kyoto Citizen’s Amenity Plaza)
Kyoto has been the capital city of Japan since 794, the capital has been located there for more than 1,000 years and has flourished as the center of Japan throughout its history. Many famous shrines, Buddhist temples, historic sites, and elegant culture still remain strong in this city, which attracts people from all over the world every year. No matter when you visit, you can enjoy the seasonal atmosphere of this place.
Kyoto city official travel guide
Kyoto: Getting there and around
The ancient capital of Kyoto, with its rich history, offers a variety of attractions. As is evident from the fact that 17 World Heritage sites have been registered, the city is attracting attention from around the world as a city of high historical value. Here we introduce a selection of spots that you must visit when you visit Kyoto.
Kiyomizu Temple is famous for the saying, "Jump off the stage at Kiyomizu. The 13-meter-high stage in front of the main hall of Kiyomizu-dera Temple is built against the cliff, and when you stand on it, you will be overwhelmed by the height and the wonderful view.
Toji Temple is famous as the site of the five-story pagoda, a famous tourist attraction in Kyoto, the five-story pagoda is about 55 meters high, making it the tallest old wooden pagoda in Japan. Its beauty and solemnity are overwhelming.
Byodoin, a temple associated with the Fujiwara clan with a history of over 950 years. The Phoenix Hall, built on the middle island of the pond, is nationally famous for its beautiful image, which is depicted on the reverse side of the 10-Yen coin, and is one of the components of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage "Ancient Capital of Kyoto".