Explore Japan's essential sites and hidden gems
Museum of Kyoto
"As the smoke of incense, the mere presence of Kyoto exchange something at an altitude of mind, however, that a new noise is established, making visible new harmonics.
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The house of Kawai Kanjiro
"When you become so absorbed in your work that beauty naturally arises, your work becomes a true work of art" Kawai Kanjiro in his essay, we do not work alone (1953).
Kyoto National Museum
A gallery devoted to Asian art, the Kyoto National Museum creates a dialogue about works from not only Japan but Korea and China as well.
Musée des Beaux-Arts Insho Domoto
L’artiste DÔMOTO Inshô (1891 1975) navigue parmi les styles etsupports, toujours en expérimentation, n’ayant de cesse de faire chavirer lesconventions. Itinéraires.
Kyoto Art Center
Near Kyoto, the red pine forest that covers the mountains of Shiga, a classified nature reserve, is home to an unusual museum of East Asian art, lost in sovereign heights.
National Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto
The Kyoto National Modern Art hosts six to seven exhibitions a year for fun museum to discover and rediscover the great names of Japanese or Western art and thematic layouts scene.
Kyoto Railway Museum
Welcome to the largest railway museum in Japan!
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