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Universal (Baby)In front of entrance to Kyoto National Museum

Category: Toilets | Kyoto Station, To-ji Temple, Sanjusangendo Temple Environs

In front of entrance to Kyoto National MuseumThese are the toilets next to the admission ticket booth. They are equipped with one unisex universal toilet.

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]

AccommodationIzumiya Ryokan

Category: Kyoto Station, To-ji Temple, Sanjusangendo Temple Environs

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

This ryokan accommodation is located directly in front of Nishi-Hongan-ji Temple. Wheelchairs users are more than welcome to stay as they are able to access the Japanese-style rooms in their wheelchairs.

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]

FacilityKennin-ji Temple

Category: Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Gion Environs | Shrines, Temples

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

Kennin-ji TempleThis temple was established by Eisaizenji upon returning to Japan from Sung China in the Muromachi period (1333-1573). It was the first Zen temple in Kyoto. Eisai is famous for introducing tea and the preparation method to Japan. Even to... [Details]

AccommodationKibune Fujiya

Category: Shimogamo-jinja Shrine, Sanzen-in Temple, Kurama-dera Temple Environs

This highly elegant ryokan is situated in Kibune, the source of the Kamo-gawa River. A shuttle bus between the ryokan and nearest train station, assuring good access to the ryokan.

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.

FacilityKitano-tenmangu Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Kinkaku-ji Temple, Kitano-Tenmangu Shrine, Ninna-ji Temple Environs

  • Guide Dogs
  • Equipped with Slopes
  • Universal (Wheelchair Friendly) Toilets

Kitano-tenmangu TempleThis is the Grand Head shrine dedicated to Sugawara-no-Michizane, now referred to as "Tenjin-san", a Heian-period scholar and statesman who was treated badly by the Fujiwara clan, demoted and sent away from court to a minor pos... [Details]

FacilityKiyomizu Sannenzaka Museum

Category: Art Museums

  • Stairs
  • Unevenness (five or more centimeters)

Kiyomizu Sannenzaka MuseumThis museum exhibits makie lacquer ware, cloisonné, metalwork and Kyoto Satsuma artworks, all of which reached zeniths during the closing years of the shogunate and on into the Meiji period, becoming so highly prized overseas that many o... [Details]

FacilityKiyomizu-dera Temple

Category: Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Gion Environs | Shrines, Temples

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

Kiyomizu-dera TempleThis is said to have been opened by the Seii Taishogun (great general who subdues the barbarians) Sakanoue-no-Tamuramaro in the Heian period. There are approximately 30 main buildings and these were rebuilt at the start of the Edo period... [Details]