Hungry? Why not have some okonomiyaki? Also check out this gyoza! Good spot for lunch or dinner at Kyoto station (or wherever this chain can be found).
I visited the oldest tea house in Japan for lunch.
A chain that specializes in soup and curries that gives off a nice homey feel in a to-go busy environment.
A nice cafe and bakery to grab a sweet.
The end of our tour, while a bit bitter about the entire thing I did enjoy the beauty of the kimono forest and it's hidden dragon.
The beautiful villa of Ōkōchi Sansō, a famous Japanese actor.
A quick run up to the Monkey Park (mountain).
A bowl restaurant that serves sets in Kyoto station.
The Kyoto Imperial Palace is located within the Imperial Park which is huge and both are free to visit.
The hotel we stayed at in Kyoto that we loved.