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Kyoto is the historical city in Japan. In 794 the emperor decided Kyoto as the capital in Japan, it had become the center of Japanese politics and culture, which was called Haankyo at that time, and it keeping is politics, and be a center of culture over 1000 years.
Hotels and lodgingEdit
Kyoto has many places of accomodation. But for the foreign tourist, staying at western-type hotels for long is expensive. The infomation office is located in Kyoto station. If you want to get some information, you shoud check these sites.
ACORN HOUSEa small,cozy guest house for Women.
Guest House Link-This link is useful for young travelers.
Hyatt Regency hotel Kyoto-opened latest in Higashiyama area. Good location for traveling.
Westin Miyako hotel Kyoto -recently renovated. Nice rooms and good location, beautiful Japanese Garden.
Tokyu hotel Kyoto-Located in downtown Kyoto but very close to Kyoto station.
Kinoe-a traditional Japanese-style hotel in Kyoto.
Maps and transportationEdit
Getting to KyotoEdit
As for Kyoto, the roads are very narrow because it is an old town. Therefore, it is best to rely on public transportation to get around. Kyoto Station provides easy access to bus, subway, and taxi.
The Kyoto city goverment runs two lines:
Higashiyama-line runs east and west. You can change to this line at Karasuma-Oike station. This line connects to east and south Kyoto.
There are only a few sightseeing spots that can reached by subway directly from Kyoto Station. However, it doesn't take long to get those spots and is definitely faster than the bus. Kyoto Subway Map
To catch a bus to most sightseeing areas, go to the terminal in front of Kyoto station. It is a flat rate up to famous tourist spots. Major bus connection point is Kyoto station or Kita-Ohji station Sanjo. The one-day pass is the best deal.
Practical information and resourcesEdit
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