Kyoto is declaring an emergency. We are preparing to welcome tourists in cooperation with the wisdom of a project that will make you happy when it is canceled.
Tofukuji Illumination, which was extended from May, will start on June 4th.
I was invited to the test lighting.
I want you to see this wonderful world. I hope you will return to your daily life as soon as possible.
This is the situation at Kansai Airport.
There are no customers at all ... This is the first time for me to have such a lonely Kansai Airport.
It was full of people, and I missed the time when cars, hire cars, and buses came to pick me up in beads.
As the number of people infected with corona increased in Kansai, I became worried again.
We are welcoming you with infection prevention measures.
We will divide the cherry blossoms in full bloom.
In the last few days, the number of infected people in Osaka has increased. Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto have the same transportation area, so I'm worried about Kyoto.
Many tourists can be seen in Kyoto city. It is a cherry blossom that I want you to be careful about infection prevention.
I just visited Haradani Garden, an unexplored region of Kyoto.
350 cherry blossoms are a masterpiece! It opens in April every year, but this year's cherry blossoms are early. It was opened 10 days ago.
There are also late blooming cherry blossoms, so it is a place where you can enjoy it for a long time. A taxi is convenient because it is an unexplored region.
Today, the number of tourists is increasing in the warm and cheerful Kyoto city.
Warm Kyoto. Finally I was able to see the tourists. After a long time, Kiyomizu-dera was able to see the smiles of our customers. Also today is the Seiryukai. There were many young people, but everyday life is returning.
The number of infected people who cannot be alert. It is Kyoto that goes back and forth between one and two digits.
The cherry blossoms are blooming here and there, and Kyoto is about to turn pink.
happy New Year.
Tenmangu is the year of the ox. I came to visit Kitano Tenmangu.
It was the year-end and New Year holidays in Kyoto, where the number of people is less than usual.
By the way, at our company, 100 taxis are running around with a message from eight shrines. The second photo is a photo of Kitano Tenmangu-sama's message. I hope you all receive a message.
The autumn leaves season 🍁 has settled down and is returning to everyday life. The number of infected people has increased in Kyoto City as well. What you can do now, what you can do because you are Yasaka.
A prayer bell taxi that started running with the message of the eight shrines in Kyoto from December 4th.
This is the message of Mr. Iwashimizu Hachimangu, "The world has changed, but God has not changed."
I also visited a taxi before departure.
Inside the car, there are bells kept by each shrine. I pray that it will resonate with everyone.
#Prayer bell taxi
Kaohsiung Mio seems to be a little earlier than usual when the autumn leaves begin in Kyoto. Kosanji Temple is famous for its national treasure, Choju-Giga. It's a small temple in Kaohsiung, but I like Saimei-ji to enjoy the autumn colors. that? There is no photo of Jingoji Temple, and I wonder if he was tired of the many stairs and didn't send it to me. It seems that it was colored much more beautifully than the photo.
I am worried that the number of people infected with wrinkles is increasing, but we are providing guidance on infection prevention.
Culture Day, a holiday. It rained all day yesterday, but today is sunny Kyoto. It was a good day for sightseeing.
The autumn leaves are still early next year, but this year the colors are a little early. Professionals are entertaining our customers today as well.
The professionals sent us Tenryuji Temple and Nanzenji Tenjuan Temple.
The number of infected people has decreased in Kyoto, but it has not reached zero. We will try to prevent infection during the tourist season.
FACT: COVID-19 is NOT transmitted through houseflies
To date, there is no evidence or information to suggest that the COVID-19 virus transmitted through houseflies. The virus that cause COVID-19 spreads primarily through droplets generated when an infected person coughs, sneezes or speaks. You can also become infected by touching a contaminated surface and then touching your eyes, nose or mouth before washing your hands. To protect yourself, keep at least 1-metre distance from others and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces. Clean your hands thoroughly and often and avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose.
Source: World Health Organization
To Heian Shrine. The school excursion students are also chilling out, and there are families who came to visit us at Shichigosan, so it is calm on weekdays. In Kyoto, the number of infected people continues to be in the single digits and is settling down.
The weather is good on Saturday and Sunday, and the number of tourists is likely to increase. Please take infection prevention and have a good time.