Our last day we headed to the Fushimi Inari Shrine by foot, walking through neighborhoods and along the river. The shrine was very busy and the torii gates were a regular stream of people. At this point we were addicted to matcha lattes and soft serve matcha, so picked up a few of those along the way.
We then headed to the Kyoto Railway Museum, by train of course, and explored the museum. It was very nice and they have a nice collection of vintage trains.
We finished our evening with a meal at Onikai an Izakaya restaurant I had made a reservation at. This was a nice meal, but our reservation put us in a private room away from the theatrics at the bar. We were also time limited to two hours which felt short, our entrees took a while to come, they told us one took 40 minutes to cook. I’d say get a seat at the bar here if you want a livelier time.