After three hours of exposure to the sun, you can go to the air-conditioned room. It's really great to take your passport with you. No tickets are allowed for people under 18 years old. Passport can be shown at the entrance. Renting a Chinese explanatory machine can help you understand the exhibits. It's also very good. There's a King Tibetan Buddha standing in the exhibition hall on the first floor. It's very unusual, with vivid eyes. It's contrary to the lights. Under the action of shooting, there is a special feeling, like full of tears, like eye circulation, let the audience want to go and stay, reluctant to leave. Thirty-three halls opposite the door are also worth going, we should pay attention to the time, after 17 o'clock, prohibited entry, see a family of four in the doorway begging hard for a long time, did not succeed in touching the gatekeeper.
The Kyoto Museum of Culture in Kyoto Prefecture is in the urban area. It is very small and has to collect tickets. The transportation is very convenient. The disadvantage is that there is no Chinese service. Many of them are somewhat incomprehensible, mainly about the origin of Kyoto.
The original bank building was rebuilt during the Meiji period. The exhibits are quite rich. Mainly covers the construction of clothing technology. The projection room on the second floor has some modern audio and video equipment to illustrate ancient culture and craft.
The real "Kyoto Cultural Museum" tells about the urban evolution and cultural development of Kyoto in different periods. The museum is small in scale and the first floor is free of charge. It is divided into the old museum exhibition area and the new museum reception area. The second floor is 500 yen for admission tickets and 100 yen for explaining the development of Kyoto from Ping'an period to Edo period. An hour is enough for the whole visit. If you don't know anything about Kyoto's culture and history, it will be a good enlightenment. By the way, you can see that it's not worth visiting on purpose and it takes too much time.
The museum is located in beautiful Meiji era building, but sadly the permanent exhibits on the history and culture of Kyoto are not that extensive.The audio guide helps you to get a better feel of Kyoto from the 10th century to modern day, but it still leaves a lot to be desire. If you know nothing about the history of Japan this is a good place to start, but otherwise I'd say skip it and explore Kyoto on your own.
Often holding various exhibitions, such as previous exhibitions on bone taps, attracted many like-minded people to come. In addition to the architectural exhibition, there are also model-making classrooms for children. You can experience it personally and spread culture.
You can visit the museum free of charge and introduce the history of Kyoto. The red exterior wall is the style of Meiji period.