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Good unknown tourist spots, experience and inspection
in tour worth introducing to foreign tourists
Nishiki Market and Fukuju-en (Fukuju-en Tea Room, We can experience one simple tea ceremony drinking green tea here.), In the near future I am going to guide some people to some wine cellars (Japanese sake cellars) and Memorial Hall of Kinshi-Masamune-Horino which is also has to do with sake-making.
The things that have pleased some foreign tourists(self-propaganda)
I have guided foreign tourists around Kyoto City in English in the past, and recently I guided them in Spanish.
There are so many things that have pleased foreign tourists. I am going to pick up some examples. At the pond of Ryoanji Temple, I introduced the story of a pair of ducks which brings a couple a happy life. In its garden, I told tourists that we could see only 14 stones although there were actually 15 stones. Also, on the way to Kiyomizu Temple, where there are two slopes called Two-Year Slope and Three-Year Slope, I explained the legend that if one fell there, he or she might have a bad luck for two or three years, respectively. So be careful not to fall here.
Foreign tourists whom I have guided often said that I was humorous and interesting.
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