- Views Japan’s Rail Network
- Kyoto Railway Museum (Photo Gallery)
- [2016.06.03] Read in: 日本語 | 简体字 | 繁體字 | FRANÇAIS | ESPAÑOL | Русский |
Kyoto Railway Museum, which opened in April, presents the history of the Japanese rail network. Enjoy a virtual visit with our selection of images.
Outline of the Kyoto Railway Museum
Hours: 10:00 to 17:30 (last admission 17:00)
Adults: 1,200 yen
University and high school students: 1,000 yen
Junior high and elementary school students: 500 yen
Children (3 years and older): 200 yen
Audio guide available in English, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean
Chinese (simplified): http://www.kyotorailwaymuseum.jp/sc/
Chinese (traditional): http://www.kyotorailwaymuseum.jp/tc/
(Originally published in Japanese on May 30, 2016. Photos by Kodera Kei.)
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