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June 2017

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〔Event Highlights〕>>>
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〔Event Highlights〕




The 24th Anniversary "Miyako no Nigiwai" Kyoto Five Kagai Joint Traditional Performance17-06-1.bmp
Decided to be held in two-day in late June!
Kyoto's five Kagai (maiko and geiko districts) are: Gion Kobu, Miyagawacho, Gion Higashi, Kamishichiken and Pontocho. This is an annual event in June which is the only chance to see all the maiko and geiko from all five Kagai perform together. One of the highlights is "Maiko no Nigiwai" in which twenty of maiko from five kagai perform together.
*Below information are as of last year (details will be announced in Feb., 2017)
Show time: Morning performance: From 11:00
Afternoon performance: From 14:30
Tickets:
Special seats: 11,000 yen, First seats: 5,000 yen
Programs: TBA
Inquiry: Kyoto Traditional Arts Foundation (Okini Zaidan)


"Gokagai no Yube" Five Kagai Evening17-06-2.bmp
Two-day in late June (TBA)
18:30-20:30
After the performance, geiko and maiko will join special events and dinner at famed restaurants, ryokan inns and hotel. Enjoy an unforgettable night with delicious meals with beautiful geiko and maiko.
*Details will be announced in Feb., 2017.
Inquiry: Kyoto Traditional Arts Foundation (Okini Zaidan)


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The 68th Kyoto Takigi Noh Performance
June 1 (Thurs.) & 2 (Fri.) *The event will be postponed in the case of rain.
From 17:30
Heian Shrine
Kyoto's Takigi Noh theatre performances are one of the city's most popular events which is held in early summer. This performance was started in 1950 as a joint program of Kyoto City and Kyoto Nohgaku Association. In the early evening when the torch is started to lit, the vermillion lacquered Heian shrine pavilions will also lit-up, and the Noh stage will appear out of the gloom. This is a truly fantastic moment. On both days, three major Noh schools (Kanze, Kongo and Okura) will perform these slow-moving, mysterious plays on a special fire-lit, outdoor stage set up in Heian Shrine.
Tickets (as of last year): Advance: 4,000 yen
On the day: 5,000 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5, 100 "Okazakikoen Bijutsukan/Heian Jingu-mae"


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Temple and Shrine Special Openings


【Rakuchu Central Area】

Spring Special Opening17-06-3.bmp
Mar. 24 (Fri.) - June 4 (Sun.)
Shokoku-ji Temple
The temple was established by the commission of the 3rd Muromachi shogun, Yoshimitsu Ashikaga and this is the head temple of Shokoku-ji school of Rinzai sect which has the Kingaku-ji Temple and Ginkau-ji Temple as its branch temples. Hatto Hall, Hojo Hall and the bathroom are open to the public.
Entry: 800 yen


【Rakuto Eastern Area】

Spring Special Opening
Sat. and Sun. of early June
Anraku-ji Temple
The place will be open to the public when flowers of azalea, etc. bloom.
Entry: 500 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5 "Kinrin Shako-mae"


【Rakusai Western Area】

Special Garden Opening17-06-4.bmp
Mar. 18 (Sat.) - June 30 (Fri.)
Hogon-in Temple
The temple has a superb garden which was introduced in the Edo-period sightseeing guide book. Having a grand view of Arashiyama as the backdrop, the temple's "Shishiku-no-Niwa garden (Garden of Roaring Lion)" has an outstanding beauty.
Entry: 500 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #28 "Arashiyama Tenryuji-mae" or JR Sagano Line "Saga Arashiyama"


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Noryo Yuka Riverside Dining
Noryo Yuka is the one of the best summer attractions in Kyoto. Eating and drinking places along/above the river in the village and city will be an unforgettable experience.


Noryo Yuka on Kamo River17-06-5.bmp
May 1 (Mon.) - Sept. 30 (Sat.)
On the west bank of Kamo River, between Nijo and Gojo
In May, at the start of summer, restaurants along the banks of the Kamo River erect large wooden platforms, called Noryo Yuka, one of the best summer highlights of Kyoto. On the west bank of Kamo River, between Nijo and Gojo Street, over 100 restaurants and drinking places set up the Yuka.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5, 17, 205 "Shijo Kawaramachi" or "Kawaramachi Sanjo"
http://www.kyoto-yuka.com


Kawa-doko in Kibune17-06-6.bmp
May 1 (Mon.) - Sept. 30 (Sat.)
Along Kibune River
*Opening period of the Kawa-doko varies depending on the restaurant.
Kibune is a small village located on the northeastern mountain in the city. Taking special seats set on the wooden platform above Kibune River is such a great experience. Kibune's refreshing and cool air will let diners forget hot and humid summer climate in Kyoto.
Access: From Eizan Railway "Kibune-guchi," take Kyoto Bus (running every day) to Kibune
http://www.kibune.or.jp/omise/


Kawa-doko in Takao17-06-7.bmp
Early April to late November
Along Kiyotaki River
*Dinner is available from early June to mid September only.
Takao is a village which is blessed with beautiful valley and fresh stream. Enjoy authentic Kyoto cuisine on the Kawa-doko wooden platform above the river while appreciating seasonal beauty of natural surroundings.
Access: JR Bus "Yamashiro Takao"
http://www.kyo-takao.com/


Keiryo-yuka in Shozan
April 28 (Fri.) - Sept. 30 (Sat.) (TBA)
Takagamine Shozan Resort Kyoto
In the huge and beautiful Japanese garden in Takagamine area, northern Kyoto city, Yuka river side platform will be set up by Kamiya River. Seating in a tranquil and refreshing Japanese garden, enjoy superb Kyoto cuisine.
Access: From Subway Karasuma Line "Kitaoji," take Kyoto City Bus Kita #1 to "Kitakonohata-cho"
http://www.shozan.co.jp/restaurant/yuka.html


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UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage
The Gion Festival parade viewing seat tickets
Gion Matsuri is one of Japan's three largest festivals, and its highlight of Yama Hoko grand parade will be held on the 17th and 24th. This ticket enables you to view this Yama Hoko grand parade in a relaxed manner with reserved seat. Ticket will be sold from early June at Lawson, and main/branch offices at JTB and Kinki Nippon Tourist.
Date: Saki (preceding) Matsuri: July 17 (Mon., nat'l holiday), Ato (latter) Matsuri: July 24 (Mon.)
Ticket: 3,180 yen (as of last year): reserved seating with a pamphlet
Venue: Oike Street
Inquiry: Kyoto City Tourism Association: Tel: 075-213-1717


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The 68th Kyoto Antique Fair17-06-8.bmp
June 30 (Fri.) - July 2 (Sun.)
Pulse Plaza Main Hall
10:00-17:00 (until 16:00 on the last day)
About 330 antique dealers from around Japan, and many foreign dealers are now participating as well. This is the largest antique market in western Japan.
Access: From Subway "Takeda," take Kyoto City Bus Minami #1, 2, 3 to "Pulse Plaza-mae"
(Free parking lot available for public vehicles and buses)


Machiya Townhouse Summer Visit - Seasonal Renewal of Machiya Townhouse -17-06-9.bmp
June 1 (Thurs.) - Sept. 30 (Sat.) (TBA)
Tondaya
9:00-17:00 (Reservation required)
Tondaya is an exquisite cultural facility where people can learn about and enjoy Kyoto's traditional lifestyle. Kyoto's traditional machiya townhouses were built with full of older-days wisdoms. In summer, they try to get rid of summer heat by taking advantage of special architectural effect. Experience the way how Japanese ancestors lived in a machiya townhouse.
Fee: 2,000 yen plus tax (machiya visit & lecture)
Access: Kyoto City Bus #9 "Ichijo-modoribashi/Seimei Jinja-mae"


Nagoshi no Harae Summer Purification and Minazuki
June 25 (Sun.) - 30 (Fri.) (TBA)
Tondaya
11:00-13:00 (Reservation required)
Traditionally, June 30th is the day people eat Japanese sweet called Minazuki. When half of a year finishes, people eat Minazuki and get rid of misfortunes that they got in the first half of the year. The purification ritual is called Nagoshi no Harae.
Fee: 8,000 yen plus tax (machiya visit, lecture, tea ceremony and Minazuki, light meal)
Access: Kyoto City Bus #9 "Ichijo-modoribashi/Seimei Jinja-mae"



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〔Seasonal Events〕





Thunder Prevention Festival17-06-10.bmp
June 1 (Thurs.)
Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine
This is a ceremony that has a long history to pray for avoiding lightning and fire disaster, also for a good harvest of the year. Even today, a number of people visit the shrine to pray for their safety without getting lightning struck.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #50 "Kitano Tenmangu-mae"


Kifune Festival17-06-11.bmp
June 1 (Thurs.)
Kifune Shrine
Kifune Shrine, the headquarters of about 500 Kifune Shrines located throughout Japan, is the home to the all-important God of Water. On this day, a mikoshi portable shrine procession, accompanied by people playing traditional music, will proceed through the neighborhood. Kagura dance performance by young shrine maidens will also be performed at the shrine.
Access: From Subway Karasuma Line "Kokusai Kaikan", take Kyoto Bus #52 bound to "Kibune-guchi," then change to Kyoto Bus #33 to "Kibune"


Nobunaga Memorial Service Day Special Opening
June 2 (Fri.)
Amida Temple
On this special memorial day for the warlord Nobunaga Oda, the temple will be open to the public which is generally closed.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #205 "Kawaramachi Imadegawa"


Gion Hojo-e
June 4 (Sun.)
Gion (Tatsumi Bridge on Shirakawa River)
This event is to thank to the living nature and the young fish will be released to the river with gratitude. Maiko will also participate the event and 2,000 of young fish will be released from the Tatsumi Bridge to the Shirakawa River. A cup of green tea will be offered to prayers.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #206 "Gion"


Taue Rice Planting Festival
June 10 (Sat.)
Fushimi Inari Grand Shrine
This ritual is held to pray for a good rice harvest in the shrine's sacred rice field. The miko (female attendant) called Kagurame will dedicate their elegant dance to the deity. The Taue (rice planting) will be performed while playing the Japanese traditional music.
Access: JR Nara Line "Inari" or Keihan Railway "Fushimi Inari"


Yasaka Shrine Reisai Festival
June 15 (Thurs.)
Yasaka Shrine
The annual ceremony and the dance performance start from 10:00. The dance is called "Azuma asobi" and is to dedicate to the deity.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #206 "Gion"


Aoba Festival
June 15 (Thurs.)
Chishaku-in Temple
On this memorial birth day of Kobo Daishi and Kogyo Daishi, the garden designed in the Momoyama period and the wall paintings at their storage hall will be open to the public (admission free; 9:00-16:00)
Access: Kyoto City Bus #206, 208 "Higashiyama Shichijo"


Gotan-e Ceremony
June 15 (Thurs.)
Toji Temple
On celebrating the birth day of Kobo Daishi, a child statue resembled Kobo Daishi's younger days will be presented and sweet tea will be offered to the deity.
Access: Kintetsu Kyoto Line "Toji"


Takekiri-e Bamboo Cutting Ritual17-06-12.bmp
June 20 (Tue.) From 14:00
Kurama Temple
This is one of the oldest rituals having more than 1,000 years of history in Kyoto. Pairs of monks teams (two in each pair) compete in the ceremonial ritual of cutting speed of a long piece of bamboo (4 m long and 10 cm thick). The ritual is based on an ancient legend in which a monk of the temple got rid of a giant snake. A monk will cut the bamboo with sword in a second and read both sides' fortune for the year.
Entry: 300 yen
Access: From Subway Karasuma Line "Kokusai Kaikan," take Kyoto Bus #52 to "Kurama"


Minazuki/Nagoshi no Harae Summer Purification
At the end of June, many shrines hold an ancient Japanese purification rite called Nagoshi no Harae. In this ceremony started in the Nara period, people atone for their sins in the first half of the year and then pray for their health for the remainder of the year by walking through a tall chinowa wreath (a large sacred ring). Many shrines in Kyoto hold Nagoshi no Harae.


Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine17-06-13.bmp
June 25 (Sun.)
A giant chinowa wreath (the largest chinowa wreath in Kyoto about 5 meters tall) is set up at the shrine gate on the 25th prior to the 30th Nagoshi no Harae purification ritual. A large scale market will be open in the same day. Also the night time lit-up will be held.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #50 "Kitano Tenmangu-mae"


Kenkun Shrine
June 30 (Fri.)
From 17:30
The chinowa ritual will start from 17:30. Participants are able to receive a doll-shaped paper amulet (charged).
Access: From Subway Karasuma Line "Kitaoji," take Kyoto City Bus #1, 206 to "Kenkunjinja-mae"


Kamigamo Shrine17-06-14.bmp
June 30 (Fri.)
From 20:00
A chinowa ritual will be held from 10:00 in the precinct and people flows doll-shaped amulet to the stream in the forest from 20:00.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #4 "Kamigamo Jinja-mae"


Yoshida Shrine
June 30 (Fri.)
From 16:00
The chinowa ritual forming a line will start from 16:00. Prayers who offered a doll-shaped amulet to the deity are able to receive a wreath.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #206 "Kyodai Seimon-mae"


Jishu Shrine17-06-15.JPG
June 30 (Fri.)
The chinowa ritual will start from 15:00 in front of the main hall, and the chinowa-shaped amulet, called "kozuchi mamori" will be given to the participants.
Entry: 400 yen to enter Kiyomizu Temple
Access: Kyoto City Bus #206 "Gojosaka", "Kiyomizu-michi"


Jonan-gu Shrine17-06-16.bmp
June 30 (Fri.)
Chinowa ritual and doll-shaped amulet flowing will be held from June 25th to 30th from 15:00 each day. Their popular chinowa ritual passing by automobiles will be held from July 1st to 7th.
Access: A 15-min. walk from Subway Karasuma Line/Kintetsu Kyoto Line "Takeda"


Shiramine Shrine
June 30 (Fri.)
The Nagoshi no Harae purification ritual will start from 17:00. After the ritual, a minazuki sweet (limited numbers) will be offered to the prayers
Access: Kyoto City Bus #9 "Horikawa Imadegawa"


Kurumazaki Shrine17-06-17.bmp
June 30 (Fri.)
This shrine enshrines the deity of entertainment and performance. The chinowa ritual will be held from June 1st to the 30th.
Access: Kyoto Bus #71, 72, 73 "Kurumazaki Jinja-mae" or Randen Railway Arashiyama Line "Kurumazaki Jinja"


Kifune Shrine17-06-18.bmp
June 30 (Fri.)
Chinowa ritual will be held from June 25. On the 30th, the Nagoshi no Harae ritual will be held which is to flow the doll-shaped paper amulet to the river.
Access: From Subway Karasuma Line "Kokusai Kaikan", take Kyoto Bus #52 bound to "Kibune-guchi" then take Kyoto Bus #33 to "Kibune"


Nonomiya Shrine
June 30 (Fri.)
A large chinowa wreath will be hung on the shrine's black wooden torii gate which has quaint taste of the Heian period.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #28 "Nonomiya" or Kyoto Bus #71, 72 "Nonomiya"


Umenomiya Taisha Shrine
June 30 (Fri.)
Here, although they do not set chinowa wreath, hydrangea and lotus flowers will show visitors a beautiful scenery during the period. The Nagoshi no Harae ritual starts from 18:00.
Access: Kyoto City Bus #28 "Umenomiya Taisha-mae"


Izumo Daijingu Shrine17-06-19.bmp
June 30 (Fri.)
It is said to be getting rid of misfortune by walking through the chinowa wreath in knot style with chanting a phrase from a Japanese ancient poetry booklet called "Shui Waka-shu" published in the Heian period.
Access: Kameoka City Furusato Bus "Izumo Jinja-mae"



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〔Seasonal Flowers〕





Summer Flowers in Temples and Shrines
(Sal Tree, Hydrangea, Bell Flower, Irises and Wizard Tale)


Sal Tree Viewing Party
June 15 (Thurs.) - 30 (Fri.)
Torin-in Temple in Myoshin-ji Temple Complex
9:30-16:00
Torin-in Temple, one of the sub-temples in the Myoshin-ji Temple complex, has many sal trees in its front garden and white flowers bloom in rainy season. There are about a dozen of sal trees in the garden in front of the Hojo building. On the 15th, memorial service for flowers and the incense ceremony will be held.
Entry: (as of last year)
1,600 yen (with matcha green tea)
5,950 yen (with matcha green tea and shojin vegetarian meal)
Access: JR Sagano Line "Hanazono"


Hydrangea Festival and Garden Opening17-06-20.bmp
Early June to early July
Fujinomori Shrine
Fujinomori Shrine is one of the oldest shrines in Kyoto. The large shrine precinct will be filled with colorful hydrangeas. Hydrangea Festival will be held on June 15th.
Entry: 300 yen
Access: JR Nara Line "Fujinomori" or Keihai Railway "Sumizome"


Hydrangea Garden Opening and Night-time Lit-up17-06-21.bmp
June 1 (Thurs.) - July 9 (Sun.)
Mimuroto-ji Temple
Over 5,000 tsubo (about 16,500 square meters) temple property will be filled with 10,000 hydrangea bushes of 50 kinds, which is the biggest scale in Kansai region.
"Night-time Lit-up"
Hydrangeas lit-up at nigh will create elegant scenery.
Lit-up: Sat. and Sun. from June 10 (Sat.) to 25 (Sun.)
19:00-21:00 (doors closed at 20:30)
Entry: 500 yen (Re-entry is required for night time)
Access: Keihan Railway Uji Line "Mimuroto"


Free Public Opening of the Shin-en Garden "Enjoy Irises" 17-06-22.bmp
One day of early June
Heian Shrine
The large Japanese stroll garden of about 33,000 square meters, will be full of colorful irises (about 2,000 flowers of 200 kinds).
Entry to the garden: Free (generally 600 yen)
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5, 100 "Okazakikoen Bijutsukan/Heian Jingu-mae"


Irises Viewing Party17-06-23.bmp
June 3 (Sat.) - 11 (Sun.) (TBA)
Shozan Resort Kyoto
This area was designed to be built as an art town by Hon-ami Koets. Its grand Japanese style garden which takes Mountain Takagamine as a background, will be covered with about 3,000 irises in purple, white and pink.
Entry: From 6,000 yen plus tax (TBA)
Access: From Subway Karasuma Line "Kitaoji," take Kyoto City Bus Kita #1 to "Kita Konohata-cho"


Garden Special Opening for Lizard Tail17-06-24.bmp
Early June - early July (TBA)
Ryosoku-in Temple in Kennin-ji Temple Complex
10:00-16:30 (doors closed)
The flower of lizard tail gradually changes its color in early summer. The lizard tail flowers will bloom at surrounding of the pond. The temple treasures will be open to the public at the same time.
Entry: 600 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #206 "Higashiyama Yasui"


June Flowers
Best time for each flower varies depend on the year.


《Satsuki Azalea》

Shisen-do Temple17-06-25.bmp
Green colored satsuki azalea bushes make a good contrast with the white gravel in the garden.
Best time: Late May to early June
Entry: 500 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5 "Ichijoji Sagarimatsu-cho"



Yoshimine Temple17-06-26.bmp
This temple is popular with its azaleas. The temple stands in the mountain and a number of late-blooming azalea flowers cover the mountain slope with scarlet, red purple and pink colors.
Best time: Early to mid-June
Entry: 500 yen
Access: From JR Kyoto Line "Muko-machi," take Hankyu Bus to "Yoshiminedera"


Anraku-ji Temple
A generally closed to the public temple along the path of philosophy will be open to the public when Satsuki azalea blooms. Enjoy their pure beauty.
Entry: 500 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5 "Kinrin Shako-mae"


《Iris》

Hokongo-in Temple
Visitors are able to stroll around the pond while enjoying irises of deep purple, white and pale yellow flowers blooming at the surrounding of the garden pond. Their stroll-style garden was planned to reproduce the Heian period style and its view will give a clue of how the scenery was used to be here.
Best time: Around June 10
Entry: 500 yen
Access: JR Sagano Line "Hanazono"


Umenomiya Taisha Shrine17-06-27.bmp
Irises will decorate the surrounding of tea ceremony room situated around the pond in the precinct to purple colors.
Best time: Late May to mid-June
Entry to the garden: 550 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #28 "Umenomiya Taisha-mae"


《Lotus》

Soryu-chi Pond in Heian Shrine17-06-28.bmp
The Soryu-chi pond in the Naka-shinen garden will be full of lotus flowers. Hopping on the stepping stones and enjoying lotus flower view is like being in a dream world.
Best time: Early May to early Sept.
Shin-en Garden Entry: 600 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5, 100 "Okazakikoen Bijutsuka/Heian Jingu-mae"


Kaju-ji Temple
Himuro pond, which has the Heian period style will be filled with lotus flowers.
Best time: Mid-May to mid-Aug.
Entry: 400 yen
Access: Subway Tozai Line "Ono"


Ryoan-ji Temple17-06-29.bmp
Kyoyo-chi pond which is located in the left side of Sanmon gate will be filled with white, red and yellow lotus flowers.
Best time: Late May to mid-Sept.
Entry: 500 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #50 "Ritsumeikan Daigaku-mae" or #59 "Ryoanji-mae"


Garden Museum Hiei17-06-30.bmp
"The garden of lotus" was designed to reproduce a Japanese style garden drawn in Monet and other artists' paintings.
Best time: Mid-May to mid-Sept.
Entry: 1,030 yen
Access: Keihan Bus "Hiei Sancho"


《Hydrangea》

Shisen-do Temple
Shisen-do Temple is a popular destination to enjoy seasonal flowers. The place was built as a second house by Jozan Ishikawa, a renowned calligrapher. It is romantic to hear the sound of Shishi Odoshi (sound effect in the garden using bamboos and water to keep away wild animals) besides the Hydrangea flowers.
Best time: Mid-June
Entry: 500 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5 "Ichijoji Sagarimatsu-cho"


Umenomiya Taisha Shrine17-06-31.bmp
This is one of best spots to view hydrangeas in Rakusai region. About 1,200 bushes of 120 kinds of hydrangeas will decorate the shrine precinct with its various colors. The Hydrangea Festival will be held on the third Sunday of June 18th.
Best time: Late May to late June
Entry to the garden: 550 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #28 "Umenomiya Taisha-mae"


《Bellflower》

Rozan-ji Temple17-06-32.bmp
The temple has a "Garden of the Tale of Genji." It is said that Murasaki Shikibu, a female writer's house which she grew up was inside the precinct. The contrast of the garden's white gravels and green moss shows beautiful scenery. Bellflowers add even more colors to the garden.
Best time: Early June to early Sept.
Entry: 500 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #17, 205 "Furitsuidai Byoin-mae"


Tentoku-in Temple in Tofuku-ji Temple Complex17-06-33.bmp
This temple is known as the Temple of Bellflower. Purple bellflowers add beautiful colors to the garden where covered by moss.
Best time: Mid-June to early July
Entry: 500 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #208 "Tofukuji" or JR Nara Line or Keihan Railway "Tofukuji"



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〔Museums〕





The Classics Day Anniversary
Kyoto City Heiankyo Sousei-kan
Special Exhibition "Recreating the Ancient Kyoto Scenery"
―The world of ruins and birds-eye view replica―The 3rd term (Ruins from the Kyoto city)
Feb. 13 (Mon.) - June 3 (Sat.)
Entry: free
Access: Kyoto City Bus #15, 93, 202 "Marutamachi Shichihon-matsu"


Kyoto City Archaeological Museum
Special Exhibition "Fushimi Castle and Yodo Castle"
Feb. 18 (Sat.) - June 25 (Sun.)
Entry: free
Access: Kyoto City Bus #51, 59, 101 "Imadegawa Omiya"


Sen-oku Hakuko kan
Special Exhibition "Tadashi Asai's Remnant from Kyoto - From the collection of Art & Craft of Kyoto Institute of Technology"
May 20 (Sat.) - July 9 (Sun.)
Entry: 800 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5 "Tenno-cho," #100 "Miyano-mae-cho"


Kyoto Butsuryu Museum
"Buddhist Reformer of the End of the Edo & Meiji Restoration Period: Nagamatsu Seifu Exhibition"
Oct. 8 (Sat.), 2016 - Oct. 15 (Sun.), 2017
Entry: free
Access: Kyoto City Bus #50, 101 "Kitano Tenmangu-mae"

Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Museum
Works by Japanese Imperial Art Expert - Makie lacquerware
May 20 (Sat.) - Aug. 13 (Sun.)
Entry: 800 yen
Access: Kyoto City Bus #100, 206, 207 "Kiyomizu-michi"

Noh & Kyogen Theater


Kyoto Kanze Kaikan
"Kanze Regular Noh Performance"
June 25 (Sun.) From 11:00
Program: Noh "Shunkan" "Minazuki-barai" "Kantan"/ Shimai / Kyogen "Satsuma-mori"
Ticket: 6,000 yen (adults), 3,000 yen (students)
Access: Kyoto City Bus #5, 100 "Okazakikoen Bijutsukan/Heian Jingu-mae"


Kongo Noh Theatre
Kongo School Regular Noh Performance
June 25 (Sun.) From 13:30 (Introductory from 13:20)
Program: Noh "Fuji" "Youchi Soga" / Shimai / Kyogen
Ticket: 5,500 yen (adults), 3,000 yen (students)
Access: Subway Karasuma Line "Imadegawa"

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