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Best things to do in Kyoto

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“You will learn how Japanese people were living during Edo period. And You can wear Kimono here! ”
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“You will learn how the first instant noodle was made in Japan here. In addition, you can make your own instant noodle here. ”
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“"Philosopher's Walk" a pleasant stone path begins around Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion) and ends in the neighborhood of Nanzenji.”
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“The museum has re-created buildings and streets that show what life was like in Osaka in the past. You can wear Kimono and take photos! ”
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“Kyoto's favorite place for families! Enjoy greens, gardens, aquarium, and Japan's biggest railroad museum!”
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“Museum of world famous raku ceramics, just minutes away! Enjoy raku tea bowls of all generations. For the cultivated traveler. ”
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“From its humble invention in 1958 by Andō Momofuku, (1910-2007, later chair of Nissin Foods), instant rāmen has grown into a global business. Exhibits at this offbeat museum showcase its birthplace, instant noodles from around the world, and a 'tunnel' of Nissin products. For many visitors, the highlight is customising your own package of instant rāmen to take away and eat later (¥300), including decorating the cup. Get the free English-language audio guide (¥2000 yen deposit). Expect long queues at weekends. It's about a 10-minute walk from the station. ”
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“Shimogamo shrine. It is one of famous shrine in Kyoto. There are 55 buildings of national treasures and heavy sentences in our Shinto area / historic site "Mori no Mori". It gives you longevity, marriage and safe delivery.”
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“地域の綺麗な湧き水を、地域住民は生水(しょうず)と呼び、昔から大切に利用してきました。集落の中を巡る水路やその水を生活用水に利用したシステムを“かばた”(川端)と呼ばれており、このような水の文化、美しい景色、地域の人との触れあいなどを求めて今では日本中、海外よりたくさんの人が見学に見えるようになりました。2008年には「平成の名水百選」にも選定されました。”
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“Man is shackled by preconceived ideas, set theories. In art, as in science, people's minds have blinders--established theories-- which deprive them of liberty of thought. Wishing to maintain my freedom to doubt, I have named this museum the Kahitsukan, to indicate that it and all things (Ka) might not really (hitsu) be as one is led to believe. I only hope that somehow it will make an original contribution to beauty. Location271, Kitagawa, Gion, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0073 JAPAN Telephone075-525-1311 FAX075-525-0611 E-mailkahitsukan@kahitsukan.or.jp Museum Hours10:00 - 17:30 (admission till 17:00) ClosedMonday, year-end-year-beginning period, exhibition preparation period. Admission FeesGeneral 1000yen / Student 800yen”
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“Ceramic artist, Mr. Kanjiro Kawai's house / studio exhibiting his works of ceramics, wood carvings, metal works, books and other favorite goods. It is a memorial hall where you can catch a glimpse of the wonderful Japanese house designed by Mr.Kanjiro and their lives at the time.”
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“A hit with steam-train buffs and kids, this excellent museum features 18 vintage steam locomotives (dating from 1914 to 1948) and related displays. It is in the former JR Nijō Station building, which was recently relocated here and thoughtfully reconstructed. You can take a 10-minute ride on one of the smoke-spewing choo-choos (departures at 11am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm). Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/japan/kansai/kyoto/sights/museums-galleries/umekoji-steam-locomotive-museum#ixzz494pQULAl”
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Museu de Arte
“Kyoto Hosomi Art museum. The Hosomi Art Foundation holds diverse exhibitions around the 1000-piece Japanese art collection. ”
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