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Looking for vegan-friendly activities to do while traveling or even in your home town? Here are some favorites suggested by our global vegan community. Using our search tool above you can find vegan restaurants, events, shopping, vegan-friendly places to stay, and so much more. See what your fellow vegans say about these different places, and please add your own listings and reviews. Simply choose the category you would like to search from in the left hand drop-down menu, enter a name in the middle "Search for" box or leave it blank, and enter the city, region, state, or country for your query in the "Near" box and click the "Search" button.

Kyoto Activities including Attractions & Shopping

In addition to activities specifically created for us vegans like vegan surf camps, vegan yoga retreats, and vegan tours, many of the activities we vegans enjoy doing while traveling abroad, as well as in our home towns, often reflect out compassionate outlook on life. For example, most vegans would never go to a zoo or aquatic park, but we would happily visit national parks and protected conservation areas.

Attractions we vegans enjoy

What attractions do we vegans like going to when we are traveling? Most vegans would love going to protected nature conservation areas like the Galápagos Islands where we can see undisturbed nature and animals roaming freely in their natural habitats. Learn which attractions your fellow vegans enjoy going to when they are traveling and those attractions local vegans would recommend for visitors to their own hometowns. And please share the attractions you’ve most enjoyed visiting, both while traveling abroad and in the region you live. Some attractions examples include the landmarks, museums, and national parks and conservation areas you and your fellow vegans really enjoyed on your holiday travels. And for those facilities that have cafeterias or provide meals, please also review the vegan meal options they offer. With your help, and the help of our vegan community, this page can truly reflect the attractions we vegans most enjoy visiting. Shopping

Not that long ago it was challenging trying to find quality vegan clothes, shoes, and clothing accessories. And only a handful of grocery stores had a good selection of vegan groceries. Luckily, interest in vegan groceries and ethical clothing has been growing steadily. These days, we have loads of vegan shopping options available to us. From basic vegan ware to the most elite and fashionable vegan clothing outlets and vegan shoe stores. We vegans have so many options to choose from. Almost all grocery stores now carry a wide variety of ready to serve vegan items we can easily prepare at home, and we even have completely vegan grocery stores, which well deserve our patronage. When we travel it’s fun to explore and patron vegan shopping establishments. And these days, no matter where we travel, there are amazing vegan shopping options to choose from. Some countries have lots of stores stocked with vegan wares, and many have a wealth of 100% vegan food stores and clothing outlets to choose from. This page contains some of the best vegan shopping. The vegan stores listed below were dynamically generated and sorted by your reviews and the reviews of your fellow vegans. We accept no advertising. Our goal is to provide a platform that truly respects and mirrors our collective vegan opinions and perspectives. As our global vegan community adds additional vegan and vegan-friendly listings, and as we review and rate our favorites, the resulting listings will continually, and more accurately, reflect our global vegan shopping preferences. Activities, Attractions and Shopping in Kyoto

  • Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine

    Fushimi Inari-taisha is the head shrine of the god Inari. It is located in Kyoto, Japan, Inari is the god of rice, but is also seen in Japanese culture as the patron of business, and has been worshipped by merchants and manufacturers. The orange gates, or torii, leading to the shrine are Read more [...]

  • Chion’in Temple

    Located in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto, Chion-in is connected to Hōnen (1133-1212), the founder of the Jōdo Shū (Pure Land Sect) of Buddhism. It was here at Chion-in that Hōnen taught chanting the name of Amida (Sanskrit: Amitabha) to attain salvation, and it was here that he spent his Read more [...]

  • Sagano Bamboo Grove

    This bamboo grove in Arashiyama is a popular destination. The entrance is right in the middle of town, and it will take about 2 minutes before you are completely surrounded by bamboos, listening to the creaking that they make along with the wind. There is a path that takes you Read more [...]

  • Kiyomizudera Temple

    Kiyomizudera Temple in Kyoto was first built in 778. Since then, it has been supported by huge public devotion as one of the biggest religious symbols. In other words, it has been a spiritual hometown for all Japanese people, which is really unique unlike most other temples in Japan. The Read more [...]

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