Packages in Uzumasa
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Uzumasa Vacation Packages
Uzumasa Vacation Packages
Approximately 3 miles east of Uzumasa stands Kyōto.
Explore the region by heading southwest to Osaka, a highly-regarded tourist site, just 25 miles from Uzumasa. The Osaka Science Museum and Osaka Takoyaki Museum draw in bucket-listers from the city to the country.
Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium is located in Kyoto, 1 mile south of Uzumasa. It's the home of the Kyoto Sanga FC, and you'll want to get behind them on game day. Be sure to wear purple and white, the team colors.
While you're traveling in the area, make tracks to Arashiyama. It's approximately 2 miles away from Uzumasa, and is where you can see Rakushisha and the Horin-ji Temple. Another choice is to set aside a day to visit Kamigyo. It's about 3 miles away from Uzumasa and boasts Nashinoki Shrine and the Rozan-ji Temple.
To locate Kaleidoscope Museum of Kyoto, Seimei Shrine and Bukoji, you need to head east from Uzumasa for 3 miles to Central Kyoto. The Inabado Temple and Kyoto Municipal Museum Of School History are some more choices in the area.
Looking for something a bit more active? You might like to go mountain biking. Or, there's also hiking if that's more your thing.
Breathe deeply and feel your worries drift away as you discover the area's more soothing leisure activities, including cycling or bird watching.
Mix knowledge and adventure by getting involved in one of the region's group tours, including guided nature walks, city walking tours and culinary tours.
Try out hot air ballooning to glide over the contrasting landscapes of this area.
Rafting and canoeing are just a couple of the fun watersports you can try out in the region.
Spoil your tastebuds in the region's many dining establishments. Be sure to rub shoulders with the locals and try out some customary meals.
Plunge into the depths of the region's gastronomic landscape by starting a culinary adventure. You'll find that the local dishes often include beef and noodles.
Tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and yudofu (tofu simmered with kelp) are popular dishes for tourists and local foodies alike.
No culinary experience can be complete without something sweet. Anpan (sweet roll) is a go-to choice for locals and is guaranteed to satisfy your sweet cravings.
Kick back and enjoy an Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen while you are here. It is one of the area's most popular beverages.
Genmaicha (green tea with brown rice), a popular alcohol-free drink, is sure to please the tastebuds.
Grab a round of junmaishu. This is a popular spirit in the region.
Bid "Sayōnara" to Uzumasa, safe in the knowledge that this special part of the world will be waiting for you to return whenever you want.
If you plan on arriving and departing by plane, keep in mind that the nearest airport is 40 miles to the southwest of Uzumasa.
Accommodation in Uzumasa
Although Expedia's comprehensive booking website doesn't feature any accommodation in Uzumasa, it does have multiple listings in Arashiyama, 2 miles away. The Ryotei Rangetsu and the Kyoto Arashiyama Onsen Ryokan Hanaikada are among the higher ranking options here. Two more affordable options are the Ranzan Hotel and the Guest House Atagoya, which regularly receive high guest ratings.