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Wheelchair1F south toilet in Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art

Category: Toilets | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

1F south toilet in Kyoto Municipal Museum of ArtThese are toilets midway along the viewing route in the museum and there wheelchair friendly gender specific toilets provided here. All five galleries in the museum have wheelchair friendly and conventional toilets.

Universal (Baby)1F toilet in Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art

Category: Toilets | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

1F toilet in Kyoto Municipal Museum of ArtThis toilet is located midway on the viewing route of the museum. Both women's side and men's side is fully equipped with a universal toilet. The museum has five galleries and all are equipped with wheelchair friendly toilets and convent... [Details]

FacilityEikando Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

  • Equipped with Slopes
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets
  • Stairs
  • Audio Guidance, Braille

Eikando TempleKnown for its scarlet maple leaves, Eikando is the Jodo-shu Seizan Zenrin-ji School Head Temple. Founded by a disciple of Kobodaishi (Kukai) in the Heian period, It started out as a Zenrin-ji temple. The monk Yokan Risshi popularized the... [Details]

FacilityHeian-jingu Shrine

Category: Shrines, Temples | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

  • Guide Dogs
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets
  • Equipped with Slopes
  • Unevenness (five or more centimeters)
  • Stairs

Heian-jingu ShrineThis was built in 1895 to celebrate the 1100th anniversary of the transfer of the capital to Heian-kyo (Kyoto). It deifies the first and last emperors to rule from Kyoto: Kammu and Komei. The extremely beautiful architecture, like the ve... [Details]

Restaurant/BarJunsei Restaurant, Nanzen-ji Temple

Category: Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

  • Universal Toilets
  • Wheelchair Movement
  • Guide Dogs

Junsei Restaurant, Nanzen-ji TempleThis is a preeminent yudofu (boiled tofu) restaurant nestling along side similar restaurants in the vicinity of Nanzen-ji Temple. This restaurant is meticulous about its tofu, interestingly using a firm but silken one that lends itself p... [Details]

FacilityKonkaikomyo-ji Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

  • Wheelchair Parking Spaces
  • Equipped with Slopes

It is said that the founder of the Jodo-shu sect of Buddhism, Honen Shonin (better known as Kurodani-san in Kyoto), opened this temple. In the grounds stands the Kumagaido hall that is connected to the Tale of the Heike, also there is a ... [Details]

Restaurant/BarKyo-ryori Rokusei

Category: Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets
  • Guide Dogs

Kyo-ryori RokuseiThis restaurant was established in 1899, and serves Kyoto cuisine and kaiseki ryori. The second chef to succeed to this restaurant dreamt up the idea of using traditional tofu containers as actual lunchboxes, giving way to the "t... [Details]

FacilityKyoto Municipal Museum of Art

Category: Art Museums | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

  • Audio Guidance, Braille
  • Guide Dogs
  • Equipped with Slopes
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets

Kyoto Municipal Museum of ArtRight beside the giant torii gate of Heian-jingu Shrine stands a brick building topped by an emerald green copper roof – this is the Municipal Museum of Art. Having been built in 1933, it is the second oldest art museum in Japan after th... [Details]

AccommodationKyoto Traveler's Inn

Category: Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

  • Barrier Free Rooms
  • Wheelchair Movement
  • Wheelchair Dining
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets

Near to the front of Heian-jingu Shrine, this elegant hotel added two barrier free rooms to its configuration in 2014.

FacilityNanzen-ji Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

  • Equipped with Slopes
  • Unevenness (five or more centimeters)
  • Stairs
  • Wheelchair Parking Spaces

Nanzen-ji TempleDuring Yoshimitsu Ashikaga's days in power, this temple held the highest status in Kyoto, presiding over the gozan temples (five great temples of Kyoto). The Hojo (national treasure), or abbots chambers, are divided into large and s... [Details]