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Question about Daigoji Autumn Night at Kyoto 2011/11/21 14:02
I found infomation about Daigoji Autumn Night at Daigoji in Kyoto at http://www.daigoji.or.jp/sp_events/autumn_night.html

I try to translate that page by Google but I not sure some information.

1. This event held on 18 November - 4 December 2011 (18:00 - 20:50)?
2. Admission fee 1,000 (per adult)?
3. No need to booking ticket in advance?

Thank you.

by Tor (guest)  

Re: Question about Daigoji Autumn Night at Kyoto 2011/11/21 18:50
1. This event held on 18 November - 4 December 2011 (18:00 - 20:50)?
Yes.

2. Admission fee 1,000 (per adult)?
Yes.

3. No need to booking ticket in advance?
You must book in advance from this form.
https://www.daigoji.or.jp:444/sp_events/autumn_night_form.html

by ajapaneseboy rate this post as useful

Re: Question about Daigoji Autumn Night at Kyoto 2011/11/21 22:58
Uji has answered your question, but I'll just add that of all the places that I've seen autumn leaves in Kyoto, Daigoji has been my favorite, so if you haven't been there or if you are on the fence about going, I highly recommend it. I'm sure the Light-Up is great although I've never done it at Daigoji
by Rabbityama rate this post as useful

Re: Question about Daigoji Autumn Night at Kyoto 2011/11/22 00:39
Thank you very much.
by Tot (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Question about Daigoji Autumn Night at Kyoto 2012/9/28 23:01
I've just made a booking using this form, and (like the OP) had a few questions.

Is this form a *request* for an invite, ie we should wait to hear back from them, or is it a case of make the booking and then just turn up on the day/s requested?

Furthermore, the form had 3 date fields. Is this so you can list 3 days in order of preference, or are there 3 dates so that you can book for 3 separate dates?
thanks

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