Kobo-san and Tenjin-san

We customarily have days called the en-nichi day, when festivals or street stalls are open in commemoration of historic figures of Buddhism or Shintoism. On the 21st and 25th of every month, such events are held at Toji Temple and Kitano-temmangu Shrine respectively. On each day, various kinds of antiques and second-hand items, such as kimono, ancient coins from centuries ago, abacuses, bottle openers, old records and jackets, etc. can be found. The guide will tell you about the historic background of each flea market and about the unique items of which you cannot imagine their use.

Date Kobo-san: October 21st, November 21st, December 21st
Tenjin-san: October 25th, November 25th, December 25th
Time Tour: 10:00-12:00 (Reception:9:50)
Fee 2,000 yen with prior reservation and payment
Free for 12 years old and younger when accompanied by adult
Meeting location

Kobo-san: in front of Nandaimon Gate

Tenjin-san: in front of Ichino Torii Gate

Remarks No insurance for accidents or injury during the tour
Half Kaiseki Dinner course with one Maiko at Japanese restaurant with partition: The minimum, yet still truly private and authentic, dinner arrangement with a privately arranged maiko-san for around two hours. Includes one-hour guided tour in the geisha district to be followed by two-hour Japanese kaiseki dinner course at Japanese restaurants with partition. (total 3-hour program)
Full Kaiseki Dinner course with one Maiko at Japanese restaurant's private room: Private and authentic, dinner arrangement with a privately arranged maiko-san for around two hours. Includes one-hour guided tour in the geisha district to be followed by two-hour Japanese kaiseki dinner course at Japanese restaurant's private room. (total 3-hour program)