-Kyoto Museum of Traditional Crafts https://goo.gl/maps/fRokawaaCz22 (because you told me you were interested
Then take a bus https://goo.gl/maps/bCzcQJjTFh72
– Ginkaku-ji (going to the entrance you will pass a street full of shops)
Then you can take a walk to the philosopher path and take a bus back to the hotel (temple and museum will be close around 16:30)
From my point of view if you have one entire day from Kyoto you should really go to Nara
Other option Kurama (you can take a direct train from Sanjo to Kurama)
Or Arashiyama (take the metro to Ninjo station and the train to Arashiyama)
I would stay in Kyoto and visit first the Imperial Palace (I think they speed up the process check here http://www.kunaicho.go.jp/e-event/kyototsunen-sankan-sks.html)
if you can and then go to the Fushimi Inari Shrine http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3915.html
If you still have time go to the Nishiki Market https://goo.gl/maps/BZsFbnv56ny
To feel a bit Kyoto life
Sunday and Friday can be inverted!!!
Beside your hotel there is a lawson: suggestions for a quick lunch take the rise triangles –https://sociorocketnewsen.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/onigiritop.jpg
In front of your hotel
Of course from my point of view first time in japan you should try a lot of dishes ahha look here
For me you should at least try sushi, tempura or typical japanese dinner like this https://goo.gl/images/c5gVdy
With the sushi order always a miso soup and remember the ginger is at the end to wash your mouth 🙂 and put just a bit of soya!
And of course dont forget the sake cold and hot!!!!