The Kamo River, a first-class river, has its source at Mount Sajikigatake in northern Kyoto and stretches about 31 kilometers before joining the Katsura River in Fushimi. The Kamo River is blessed with nature and is inhabited by the giant salamander, a natural monument. The river, which passes through the city but is still lush and pleasant, has been loved by the people of Kyoto.
When you think of Kyoto, the first thing that comes to mind is visiting temples and shrines, but there are actually many fun spots in the city as well. Nishiki Market, the kitchen of Kyoto people, Pontocho, famous for its "noryoyuka", and the Takase River, which gives the entertainment district a unique Kyoto feel.