The best souvenirs from Japan come from its historic and cultural center, Kyoto.
Without a doubt, ninjas stand out as one of the most enthralling aspects of Japan’s feudal history. To this day, reenactments, restoration of ninja towns, and films portraying the stealthy warriors remain prevalent in Japan and around the world. Ninja martial arts training, battles, and weapons capture the imagination of tourists
Buried beneath the elevated taste and well-preserved temples and shrines, deep in neighborhood backstreets, Kyoto reveals a sense of humor and a penchant for the quirky and strange. These quirky museums in Kyoto are worth a visit to see a different side of the esteemed city
Yabusame, a traditional Japanese form of mounted archery, dates back more than 800 years to the Kamakura Period. Highly skilled archers ride horse back at at full speed and shoot arrows at three consecutive targets.