Cultural & Art Facilities

  • Kyotango City History Center

    Due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic this business is closed for the time being.

  • Komachi Koen Park

    Due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic this business is closed for the time being.

  • Kotohikihama Singing Sand Museum

    Due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic this business is closed for the time being.

  • Mitsumasa Anno Art Museum

    This museum exclusively hosts the works of Mitsumasa Anno. His soft, at times delicate, watercolor paintings feature landscapes and scenes from around the world. The museum's building itself is a work of art. Designed by world-renowned architect, Tadao Ando. You can also find the restaurant, wakude...

  • Inaba Family Merchant House – Gosho Inaba Honke

    Due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic this business is closed for the time being.

  • Keitoku-In Temple

    Keitoku-In Temple is famous for having 44 fusuma (Japanese sliding screens) painted by the Japanese artist Roshu Nagasawa, of the Maruyama school. The six rooms in the main temple contain an 8-screen painting of a tiger, and an 8-screen painting of a flower and bird. These works demonstrate the uni...

  • Nyoi-Ji Temple

    The large, well-kept grounds of Nyoi-Ji Temple are covered in various flowers, trees, and wild plants. Its beauty shifts continually from early spring until autumn. You are free to explore within the temple's gates. In spring, around April, about 10,000 bulbs of “Mitsuba Tsutsuji (3-leaved azalea)”,...

  • Takano Jinja Shrine

    This shrine has the “Kikunogomon” or Imperial chrysanthemum emblem showing its venerated status and connection to the emperor. There is also another emblem, “Toukamon”, which is the emblem of a specific family. The temple's main hall is a designated cultural asset of Kyoto Prefecture. The shrine gr...