Muko Vacations

Muko is in Kyoto, a city with 1,500,000 people. This popular area sits 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the northeast of Kobe Airport, and just 6 miles (10 kilometers) from the city's central business district area.

Muko is within easy reach of a diverse collection of Kyoto’s more popular attractions. Two of the places not to miss are the marvelous Katsura Imperial Villa and the remarkable Arashiyama Monkey Park. If time permits, be sure to also visit Fushimi Castle and Togetsukyo Bridge.

To really understand Kyoto, visit one of its fabulous cultural destinations. Find the treasures kept in the many fascinating museums such as Costume Museum.

Hang out with the kids at the Kyoto Studio Park and Shigureden. Experience some of the Earth’s most remarkable creatures at Kyoto Aquarium.

If the weather is good get into the great outdoors and appreciate the nearby parks and reserves. Enjoy some of the scenic city parks such as Shoseien Garden.

Kyoto offers a range of unique sights including the Fushimi Inari Shrine, Tenryuji Temple and Shunkoin Temple. For history lovers, the area’s past has been beautifully preserved at Nijo Castle.

Watch popular sporting heroes, the Kyoto Sanga FC, battle their opponents at the iconic Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium. If you want to endear yourself with the locals, wear purple and white, the colors of the Kyoto Sanga FC.

When it’s time to wind down after enjoying the many charms of Muko, check in to one of the area’s convenient accommodation options. The Hotel Keihan Kyoto, the Hotel Granvia Kyoto and the Hotel Monterey Kyoto are just three of the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.


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