Discover Oyamazaki

Just a little outside Kyoto city, you will find Oyamazaki. Often overlooked because of its proximity to Kyoto, it offers several interesting sights and museums. 
 

Things to see and do

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Getting around in Oyamazaki

The easiest way around Oyamazaki is on foot, since the major sights and attractions are within walking distance from each other. Though, some sights are located a bit further ahead, where a car or bus might be necessary. 

If you decide to rent a car, it is advised to do so from one of the bigger cities in the vicinity. You can check-out our listings for car rentals nearby, in the FAQ menu below. 

Getting to Oyamazaki

How long to stay in Oyamazaki

We recommend staying here for about half a day.
 

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Day trips from Oyamazaki

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Distance, km: 26.20

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Distance, km: 28.84

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Distance, km: 29.90

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