The Sagano Bamboo Forest is situated to the northwest in Kyoto Basin, Japan. It covers a total area of 16 sq. kms. It is one of the most attractive natural environments in entire Japan. The forest got stunning natural beauty and the sound the wind makes as it blows through the thick Bamboo Grove, it is sounds amazing. The sound of the wind in the forest has been voted as one of one hundred must preserved sounds of Japan by the Government of Japan. The Sagano Bamboo Forest is around 30 minutes from Kyoto by train. While you are here, you feel the feeling of leaving the vestiges of old Japan to here and there, trying to protect it. It can be visited on foot from the city of Arashiyama.
Speaking of Kyoto Tourism, Bamboo Forest is an image of tourist destinations crowded Golden Pavilion, Kiyomizu Temple, in the Heian Shrine, and human mixed body, but you wait a foot in the suburbs a little. You can enjoy the taste of “Satoyama to let you feel the history”. Around the JR Saga Arashiyama Station, in addition to the A-class tourist destination Arashiyama, Tenryu-ji, and Daikakuji, there are many small shrines and temples relatively, you can stroll the idyllic landscape, touching the history. In addition, bamboo road walks extending from the truck back Arashiyama station is also recommended.
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