Explore Kyoto in comfort and style and let your driver guide you on an exciting adventure through the beautiful Arashiyama district. Find out where the best places to eat and hang out are, and learn all about Kyoto’s culture and history as you go. You can’t leave Japan without taking a rickshaw tour!
The origin of the rickshaw is not entirely clear, but the widely accepted history of these world-famous vehicles begins in Japan. The word rickshaw comes from the Japanese word jinrikisha, which means “human-powered vehicle.”
Make your trip to Japan a unique experience with a ride in a traditional rickshaw through Arashiyama. From houses to monuments, to hidden secrets and some of the best photo stops, we don’t know what you’re waiting for to explore this famous haven for imperial and noble families.
Show your smartphone ticket to the driver / guide at the meeting point, right in front of Arashiyama Yoshimura restaurant, on the north side of Togetsu Bridge
Staff will help you get on and off the rickshaw. Lightweight, folding wheelchairs can be transported by rickshaw or shipped separately to your final destination
It can be canceled up to 24 hours before the day of the visit.