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Universal (Baby)1F toilet in Kyoto ASNY

Category: Toilets | Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

1F toilet in Kyoto ASNYThese are the toilets on the ground floor (1Fl) of Kyoto ASNY. All five floors have toilets, and floors one, three and five have universal toilets. The toilets on the fourth floor are conventional ones but on just the ladies side there i... [Details]

AccommodationHiragiya

Category: Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

  • Fax, Communicating in Writing
  • Barrier Free Rooms
  • Wheelchair Dining
  • Assisted Movement

This is a two-storey wood-built Japanese ryokan in the heart of Kyoto, with one barrier free room, to provide enjoyable stays for wheelchair users.

AccommodationIshicho Shogikuen

Category: Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

  • Wheelchair Dining
  • Universal Toilets
  • Assisted Movement
  • Fax, Communicating in Writing

Located in the center of Kyoto, this hotel has a connection to the Japanese statesman Gokoro Katsura (otherwise known as Koin Kido) who was involved in the Meiji Restoration. Certain staff members have helper qualifications, so those... [Details]

AccommodationKineya Ryokan

Category: Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

  • Wheelchair Dining
  • Assisted Movement

This is a ryokan close to Nijo Castle, and is convenient for various sightseeing. The smiling, friendly staff members here are very popular.

FacilityKyoto ASNY

Category: Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

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

Kyoto ASNYLocated next to the Kyoto City Central Library, Kyoto ASNY is a multipurpose study center with conference rooms, research labs, training rooms and a hall. On the ground floor (1Fl), in the Heian-kyo Sosei-Kan Museum there is a 1/1000 siz... [Details]

FacilityKyoto Confectionary Museum

Category: Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets
  • Unevenness (five or more centimeters)

This museum opened as a comprehensive archive on the culture of Kyoto confectionaries. Introducing replicas of togashi, or Chinese pastries, and ancient texts and materials, the museum tells the story of wagashi, or Japanese sweets, in a... [Details]

FacilityKyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens)

Category: Noted Places | Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

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

This is the public park (1.3 km north to south and 0.7 km east to west) in the heart of the Imperial Palace (Gosho). Back in the Edo period, this residential area full of the villas and homes of court nobles. And, even today, there are r... [Details]

AccommodationMatsui Bekkan Hanakanzashi

Category: Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

  • Wheelchair Movement

Located in the center of Kyoto, this comfortable all-Japanese ryokan provides flat-floor access to wheelchairs, except for the lounge that requires negotiating a step.

AccommodationMatsui Honkan

Category: Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

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

This is a comfortable, truly Japanese ryokan in the heart of Kyoto that has one barrier free room to ensure restful stay for all guests.

FacilityRaku Museum

Category: Art Museums | Nijo Castle, Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial Gardens), Seimei-jinja Shrine Environs

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

Raku MuseumRaku ware was first produced in the Momoyama period (1583-1600) by the potter Chojiro I. Tradition has it that Hideyoshi conferred the Chinese character for "raku" on this new ware from his own residence known as "Jurakuda... [Details]