Kyoto Station is more than just a place to catch a train. Kyoto Station is a massive, ultra-modern complex of glass and steel designed by award-winning architect Hiroshi Hara and features an incredible variety of shops and restaurants and houses.
Kyoto Station is an important train station and transportation hub in Kyoto. It is the second largest train station building in Japan and is one of the largest buildings in the country, housing a shopping center, hotel, cinema, Isetan department store and several community facilities under a 15-story roof.
At the Kyoto Tourist Information Center, the multilingual staff provides information on sights, events, activities, accommodations and transport options. Free WiFi is also available. The center is on the pedestrian walkway on the second floor.
551 Horai serves comfort food and whose signature dishes include the butaman pork bun and other Chinese inspired specialities in..
3 minutes walk from Kyoto Station, Nishikiro Ryokan is simple, clean, with friendly owners, and is perfect for someone on a budget..
Eat, Relax and Explore. The Dormy Premium Inn near Kyoto Station is a business hotel with added extras like an onsen and free ..
This hostel does not feel like a traditional Kyoto Merchant house. There are no macha green noren curtains or the smell of a fresh..
Ramen is definitely one of my must have dishes in Japan. I love noodles and how the Japanese use their many years of experience..
The humble egg finds its home in this dependable cafe high above the ticket sellers in the glass catherdral that is JR Kyoto Station..
Look up for some Budget Japanese Italian Fusion Cuisine, conveniently located on top of JR Kyoto station
Kyoto Tower is an observation tower located in Kyoto, Japan. The steel tower is the tallest structure in Kyoto with its observation deck at 100 metres..
Nishi Hongan-ji is a large Buddhist temple west of Kyoto train station. Together with Higashi Hongan-ji, together with Nishi Hongan-ji, it is one of the..
Kyoto Aquarium is located on the edge of Umekoji Park near Kyoto Station. The aquarium features 9 zones including penguins, seals and dolphin shows.