Access from Kyoto Station to Kinkaku-ji Temple!

​There is Kinkaku-ji Temple in the slightlyremote place from Kyoto Station, for a way, is the access by the train good?Are a bus and a taxi good?It is an at a loss place.I introduce a recommended way here.

Access from Kyoto Station to Kinkaku-ji Temple! > Access from Kyoto Station to Kinkaku-ji Temple!

​There is Kinkaku-ji Temple in the slightlyremote place from Kyoto Station, for a way, is the access by the train good?Are a bus and a taxi good?It is an at a loss place.I introduce a recommended way here.

​When I go by bus from Kyoto Station

Kinkaku-ji Temple
Of the bus terminal in front of Kyoto Station
Bus of 101 systems going out of B2
Do you get off on "a Nijo-jo Castle, Kitano-Tenman-gu Shrine, Kinkaku-ji Temple line" on the thirteenth stop "Kinkaku-ji Temple way?"

On 205 system "Kinkaku-ji Temple, Kitaoji bus terminal lines of the B3 platform ," I get off on the 21st stop "Kinkaku-ji Temple way".
When if the rate reaches all for 230 yen smoothly in the time required, is the bus of 101 systems; around 40 minutes.
When it is the bus of 205 systems, I arrive in around 35 minutes, but I am crowded if in a season, and it is not in an aim at time.


Instructions
The bus of 205 systems leaves from the A2 platform, but is made a detour.
In addition, there is the bus called 205 high speed systems, but does not go to Kinkaku-ji Temple.
If I make a left turn after getting off at a crossing in front of Kinkaku-ji Temple and go straight on in authorities of Kuramaguchi, I arrive at Kinkaku-ji Temple.
The distance takes around five minutes at around 430m at time.

​When I go by a train from Kyoto Station

From Kyoto Station of subway Kyoto Karasuma Line
On an Article 4, Karasuma Oike, international hall line, I get off at the seventh station "Kita-Oji Station".
The rate is 260 yen in approximately 14 minutes in the time required.

■Article to put it together, and to want to read
⇒Access from JR Kyoto Station to subway Karasuma Line! What are two ways of ways?
Can stop at Daitoku-ji Temple, but it is assumed that walk after getting off to Kinkaku-ji Temple to distance to Kinkaku-ji Temple; and 3km. It takes around 40 minutes at time.

After ですので, getting off, one on the city bus may be passable.
In that case, I go from Kita-Oji Station to the Kitaoji bus terminal.
There is a bus terminal mouth near the second Kita-Oji Station exit.
⇒An illustration of Kita-Oji Station yard is this

From Kitaoji bus terminal an "express 101 school" "express 102 system" "205 system" "M1 system"
On the bus of 101 systems of the 洛 bus or 102 systems, I get off on "Kinkaku-ji Temple way".
The rate is 230 yen in around ten minutes in the time required.
Because there is many that I can sit down because the Kitaoji bus terminal is vacant than a bus of Kyoto Station even if in a season, it may be said that it is a recommended route.

■When I use JR Line

For another way,
I get off at "Emmachi Station" of 3 station points on Sonobe line of the Sagano Line (Sanin Line) from JR Kyoto Station.
The rate is 190 yen in around eight minutes in the time required.

After getting off,
Walk to bus stop "Nishinokyoenmachi" (around three minutes on foot)
On "204 system" "205 system" either, I get off on Kinkaku-ji Temple way.
The time required is around nine minutes. The rate is 230 yen.
The bus stop leaves Emmachi Station and I turn to the right and am straight it away.

​When I go by taxi from Kyoto Station

When go smoothly; approximately around 30 minutes.
The rate is around 2,500 yen, but it is expected that both the time and the rates increase if in a season.

In addition, when is going to go on foot to Kinkaku-ji Temple from Kyoto Station; distance is approximately 8km. I think whether it takes time for around one hour 40 minutes.

​Summary

Other than a season, I think whether it is the briefest route to get off Kyoto Station on a bus on Kinkaku-ji Temple way, but,
When it is a congestion season,
I think that means to move by a train by bus from riding, there to Kitaoji is effective.