Leaving your own footprints in the hidden village of Yamashina ～Creating new culture and sights together～ Implementation of the experience tour “Yamashina Creative Journey”
～”Special Kyoto Project” Demonstration Project Adopted Project～
Kyoto City and the Kyoto City Tourism Association (DMO KYOTO) are working on the “Special Kyoto Project” with the aim of solving tourism issues and revitalizing the region by decentralizing tourist destinations.
As part of this project, we would like to inform you that the following project will be implemented using the demonstration project support system newly established this year.
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(1) Implementation area
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(2) Business name
Leave your own footprints in the hidden village of Yamashina ～Creating New Culture and Famous Places Together～
(3) Business overview
・This is a hands-on tour where you can learn authentic traditional crafts and performing arts at a secluded temple in the Yamashina area and surrounding areas, and then leave the work you created through that learning at the site.
・Three new types of tours where you can learn and feel the special feeling of “crafts and performing arts that you have created will remain in the local area” instead of traditional tours where you can take home the works you have experienced and produced as a souvenir of your trip. is.
1. Japanese sword making with a swordsmith (December 3 (Sat)-4 (Sun)) 2. Create a bamboo fence with a special design based on the
Chushingura motif with bamboo fence craftsmen (1/28 (Sat))
3. Create and perform a Kyogen story with a Kyogen actor (Sunday, January 29) [Image 3
Implementation company, contact information
Kyoto Yamashina Creative Journey Executive Committee (Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Reference 1) “Special Kyoto” Project
By collaborating with local communities and private businesses to discover and utilize hidden attractions, we will promote the attraction of tourists to the entire city area, further increase the satisfaction of tourists, and lead to the revitalization of the region. Aiming to achieve this, this project is mainly targeting six areas: Fushimi, Ohara, Takao, Yamashina, Saikyo, and Keihoku. [Image 4
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(Reference 2) “Special Kyoto Project” demonstration project support system (established in R4.4)
As a new initiative from 2022, we are supporting initiatives that utilize tourism resources unique to the region by businesses and organizations that are proactively working to attract tourists as the core of regional tourism promotion. Six projects were adopted this year.
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