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It's not just provocative rocks!
Highly recommended is the 5-hour walking tour that leaves from in front of the station, guided by an incredibly interesting Kyoto native calling himself Johnnie Hillwalker. A rare opportunity to stroll through Kyoto's history with an enchanting eye-witness. Excellent and varied Yaki Tori can be found at Agatha. Both Johnnie and Agatha advertise in the excellent Kyoto magazine for tourists, which not surprisingly can be found at the Tourist Information Centre across from the station. They also make hotel and other reservations. Just as helpful as their Tokyo counterparts. A B&B called Crossroads, reserved through the T.I.C. delighted the travellers. So did its price.