Kyoto Travel Guide for families with kids
Traveling in Japan with a baby

Lost in Kyoto – How to enjoy Kyoto with your baby

Before you had babies, did you love to simply get lost in a new destination and discover secret local places and hidden restaurants off the tourist path?

(I know I did!)

Are you worried about your next trip?

Maybe you are wondering if you can still enjoy this sense of adventure with a baby in tow?

You can!

If you are coming to Japan with your baby, let me show you how!

My latest guide is all about Kyoto, and how to enjoy this amazing location with your baby with the least stress and the most fun.

You may not realize, but it is quite hard to find the baby-friendly restaurants, playgrounds, and baby-friendly sightseeing spots in Kyoto.

I live in Tokyo so I’ve been to Kyoto quite a few times with my children over the years, but I realized that it is often harder to find the baby-friendly locations in Kyoto than Tokyo!

Even though Kyoto is much smaller than Tokyo, it is over twelve centuries old and many say there is no other place in the country that possesses such a wealth of history, beauty and culture.

So if you want to enjoy the romance of being “Lost in Kyoto” with your baby and experience the history, beauty and culture (while having the confidence that you know where the diaper changing tables, playgrounds, and baby-friendly restaurants are when you need them!) then make sure you get my guide!

If you have already purchased my Toko Guide, you have immediate free access to the new Kyoto Guide. I have already started uploading my favourite spots in preparation, so make sure you log into your account and check the “Kyoto Guide” tab in the top menu!

If you haven’t already purchased the Tokyo Guide, which now includes the online Kyoto Guide, you can buy it here!

Have fun!

x Kate

Kyoto Travel Guide for families with kids

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