The summer tradition of ‘Kamo River Summer Terrace’ has begun.

From May 1st, the Kamo River Summer Terrace has started.

The reading for “川床” differs depending on the area. For the Kamo River, it’s called “kawayuka,” while for Kibune, famous for Kifune Shrine, and the Takao area, it’s called “kawadoko.”

The Kamo River Summer Terrace will be held until September 30th.

Both the refreshing breeze of early summer in May and the cooling atmosphere of September are recommended for enjoying the riverside terrace. When you visit Kyoto, why not take advantage of it?