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Public Facility / Institution Spots in Kyoto Area

  • Kyoto International Conference Center
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    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Sakyou-ku Iwakuraosagichou 422
    An international conference center which was built as Japan's first national conference facility. Used as a space by many for exchange and gatherings, in addition to the main building and an event hall, the facility is also adjoined by a hotel. The facility also has a Japanese garden on the grounds surrounded by lush natural beauty which is dedicated to the theme of people gathering and talking in nature.
  • Kyoto Police Motor Driver's License Test Site
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    Kyoto Kyoto Fushimi
  • Mielparque KYOTO (Mielparque Kyoto)
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Shimogyo-ku Higashi-shiokojicho 676-13
  • Shisetsu Toshokan
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Sakyo-ku Jodojinishidacho 74
    This fee-charing, study room-style private library is located a short distance west of the intersection between Imadegawa-dori Street and Shirakawa-dori Street. At the reception counter, choose an open seat; you then pay in accordance with the amount of time you stay. Customers are free to bring in their own food and drink but the library also offers free green tea and sells coffee and black tea at low prices. Customers can freely read the books lining the library's shelves and, excluding a portion of the collection, borrow books as well. You can reserve a seat on Sundays and holidays. Regardless of the day of the week, the library is happily open until midnight. The library is a great place to study or take a break.

    NHKの72時間の放送を見て、興味があったので訪問。僅かな料金でお茶が付き、勉強や読書に勤しむ他の利用者に囲まれていると、自然と自分も勉強したい気分になる。

  • Kyoto Prefectural Library
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    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Sakyou-ku Okazakiseishoujichou
    Located about a 10-minute walk from the Higashiyama Station on the Tozai Subway Line, this public library was founded in 1898, and was preceded by the Shushoin, the first structure of its type in which a collection of books were preserved and available for public perusal. The current three-story brick structure was designed by the architect Takeda Goichi and built in 1909 when moved from its original site, and continued to be used as the main hall until the Han-Shin Awaji Earthquake disaster. The facade only was preserved thereafter and can still be seen at that time on the currently completed new building.
  • Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Guatemala In Kyoto
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Ukyo-ku Saiinkasamecho 6 Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
  • Kita Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto
  • Kamigyo Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Kamigyo-ku Onmaedori Imakoji Sagaru Bakurocho 692-1
  • Shimogamo Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Sakyo-ku Tanakababacho 6
  • Kawabata Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Sakyo-ku Okazakitokuseicho 1
  • Higashiyama Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Higashiyama-ku Kiyomizu 4-185-6
  • Shimogyo Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Shimogyo-ku Karasuma-dori Takatsuji Agaru Omandokorocho 682
  • Minami Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Minami-ku Nishikujonandencho 3
  • Ukyo Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Ukyo-ku Uzumasahachiokacho 31
  • Fushimi Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto Fushimi
  • Yamashina Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto Yamashina
  • Nishikyo Police Station
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    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Nishikyo-ku Yamadaoyoshimicho
  • Fukuchiyama Police Station
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    Kyoto Fukuchiyama-shi
  • Maizuru Police Station
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    Kyoto Maizuru-shi Minamitanabe 9
  • Maizuru Police Station Higashi Government building
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    Kyoto Maizuru-shi Hama 2014

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Its wooden tea houses, shuffling geisha, and spiritual sights have seen Kyoto hailed as the heart of traditional Japan, a world apart from ultramodern Tokyo. Despite being the Japanese capital for over a century, Kyoto escaped destruction during World War II, leaving behind a fascinating history which can be felt at every turn, from the fully gold-plated Kinkakuji Temple down to traditional customs such as geisha performances and tea ceremonies, which are still practiced to this day.

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