81. Murinan GardenMurinan Garden is the former villa of a Meiji-era politician. Its garden and art collection are worth a visit.
82. KamogawaThe Kamogawa (Kamo River) has walkways for jogging and strolling. It's a popular spot for cherry blossom viewing (hanami). There are many restaurant patios on the banks of the river.
83. Imamiya ShrineA pleasant shrine complex in a forest of large trees. People come to Imamiya Shrine to pray for health. There's a rock at the shrine that is supposed to speed healing if you touch it.
There are two restaurants beside the shrine that have been opened since 1002 and 1656.
84. Minamiza Kabuki TheaterMinamiza (1610) is the birthplace of Japanese Kabuki (classical Japanese dance-drama) theatre. The 1,086 seat theatre is still Kyoto's primary Kabuki theatre today.
85. Kyoto Municipal Museum of ArtA collection of Japanese and European art.
86. Kyoto Horse RacetrackA 28,000 seat western style racetrack complete with betting.
87. Seimei ShrineA small shrine (1007) with magical water.
88. Nishiki MarketNishiki Market is a narrow street with hundreds of tiny shops and restaurants. It's known as Kyoto's kitchen. Here you can find fresh seafood, vegetables and Kyoto specialties. Samples and ready to eat snacks are available from many of the vendors.
89. Koyasan (Mount Koya)A Buddhist monastery town in a 800 meter high valley surrounded by eight mountain peaks. The town features 120 temples, a cemetery and a university. Many of the temples offer lodging to tourists. Staying in a Japanese temple is a recommended experience. Your stay will include a traditional Japanese Buddhist vegetarian (shojin ryori ~ monk's food) breakfast.
Koyasan is about 90 minutes by train from Kyoto.
90. MibuderaMibudera is a Buddhist temple that features several events and performances throughout the year. It's known for it's open air performances of Kyogen (Japanese comic theater).