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Miyako Ecology Center京エコロジーセンター


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Located in Kyoto's Fushimi Ward, Miyako Ecology Center is an environmental protection facility where visitors can learn about environmental issues firsthand. The building is unusual for its energy-efficiency: its electric power is produced entirely by solar power, and it makes use of rainwater and geothermal energy. Inside the building are sections concerning prevention of global warning and waste reduction, as well as areas that offer experiential learning about environmental issues.


Kyoto Kyoutoshi Fushimi-ku Fukakusaikenouchichou 13

phone 0756410911

[1/2 F exhibition section] 9:00-17:00

Review of Miyako Ecology Center

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Reviewed:2016/12/03 Miyako
I had a great opportunity to undergo training course in the field of waste management at MEC. Not only the center provides an unique approach in form of varies activities to raise ecological...
Reviewed:2016/11/29 August-October
Nice place to visit. Very good education center about ecology and waste management. Very nice place for kids. People working there are very polite and kind. Free entrance.
Reviewed:2016/11/29 Miyako
I had the chance to do a short training at miyako center, it was a pleasant and unforgettable experience. The staff at this center are very knowledgeable and friendly too. It is a center that really...

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[1/2 F exhibition section] 9:00-17:00
Thursday (next weekday for Public holiday), New Year's Holiday
[Admission fee]Free
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