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Best things to do in Kyoto

Galeria de arte
“Nice select book store. It's lovely place. You can find many interesting books.Most of them are written in Japanese.You may not read it ,but enjoy the place.”
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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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“We aim at becoming culture, information dispatch base that can be pleased with many of you in culture city, Kyoto to globalize, and, also, we pray for helping further culture creation, interchange, and Museum "Eki" KYOTO opens in September, 1997. This Museum which is next to the seventh floor of department store "JR Kyoto Isetan" can enter from the grand staircase opening for the sky and is place to be able to come over to casually. We make an effort so that we plan culture characteristics, exhibition having high topicality with wide genre regardless of picture, photograph, picture book, industrial arts, animation, inside and outside the country including fashion, and it is Museum which gets”
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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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“琵琶湖を取り巻く自然環境の変遷を、約2億5000万年前まで遡って紹介する博物館。琵琶湖周辺に生息していたゾウなど古生物の模型や骨格標本、原始の考古資料、実際に使われた漁具などを公開。さらに、写真パネルなどを用いて、世界の湖を研究・解説している。また、水族展示室も設けており、琵琶湖に生きる魚や、世界の淡水魚が泳ぐ姿も見ることができる。トンネル水槽で暮らす約300匹の淡水魚は、琵琶湖の沖合・竹生島の周辺に暮らす魚が中心。琵琶湖だけにすむ国内最大級のナマズ、ビワコオオナマズがいるナマズ専用の水槽は、夜行性のナマズを昼間に見学できるように照明調整するなど工夫されている。”
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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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“Ginkakuji (銀閣寺, Silver Pavilion) is a Zen temple along Kyoto's eastern mountains (Higashiyama). In 1482, shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa built his retirement villa on the grounds of today's temple, modeling it after Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion), his grandfather's retirement villa at the base of Kyoto's northern mountains (Kitayama). The villa was converted into a Zen temple after Yoshimasa's death in 1490.”
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“Free museum. If you are interested in old Kyoto city before Edo era, there is valuable! ”
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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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“Kikumasamune Sake Museum"It is the only facility exhibits "Sake brewing utensils of Nada" which are appointed as important tangible folk-cultural properties of Japan. It is a museum of Sake which exhibits the secret techniques of brewing Sake inherited by Toji masters in Tamba region to the present.You can find your favorite one by tasting variety of Sake including freshly brewed unheated Sake for free.”
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