One day tour @ Uji - Dec. 17, 9am-6pm
Uji (宇治) is a small city situated between Kyoto and Nara, two of Japan's most famous historical and cultural centers. Its proximity to these two former capitals resulted in Uji's early development as a cultural center in its own right. At the height of political power of the Fujiwara clan in the Heian Period (794 to 1192), buildings such as Byodoin Temple and Ujigami Shrine, the oldest extant shrine in Japan, were contructed in Uji.
Uji is also famous for its green tea. While Kozanji Temple in Kyoto is believed to be the original site of tea cultivation in Japan, Uji's tea became better known for its superior quality in the 1100s.
Follow the step of APSSC Committee Board to explore the charms and amazing culture and history of Uji!
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APSSC holds the right to readjust or reschedule the itinerary due to weather, traffic, and irresistible reasons.
The tour bus will depart on time at 09:00 sharp. We strongly advice you to arrive early for the gathering. No refund is possible when you miss the tour bus.
We recommend you to wear comfortable clothes without luggage.
Participants should follow the tour guide’s instructions. The tour guide and APSSC are not responsible for participants’ leave without notice and personal activities. The tour bus won’t wait for any personal excuse.
For more information and assistance, please contact the APSSC Secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org.
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