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Top Things to do In Nagaokakyo 2021
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Top Things to do In Nagaokakyo 2021
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Kyoto National Museum
based on 485 reviews
Kyoto Top 1 in Must-Visit Museums
Closed from 1/1-1/1;Open from 1/2-12/27,Tue-Sun,9:30am-5:00pm;Closed from 12/28-12/31;Closed on Mon (Local time)
"Both historical building & very modern building are so beautiful."
Kyoto International Manga Museum
based on 602 reviews
Kyoto Top 2 in Must-Visit Museums
Open on Mon-Tue,Thu-Sun,10:00am-6:00pm;Closed on Wed (Local time)
"Old school converted into a manga museum, a real heaven for every manga lovers! Most of the books are in Japanese though."
The Tale of Genji Museum
based on 142 reviews
Open on Tue-Sun,9:00am-4:30pm (Local time)
"Interest in Japanese literature is very meaningful here. There are two short films in the museum, which tell the story of Uji Ten Tie in two ways. People who have not read the original can also gain something. After visiting the museum, go to Uji Kamiya Shrine and Uji Bridge, and you will feel more emotional."
The Main Tower of Osaka Castle
Osaka Top 2 in Stunning Lookouts
9:00-17:00 (closed at 16:30), spring, summer and autumn sometimes extended the opening hours; December 28 - January 1 closed. (Local time)
"Osaka Jo castle was famous for Hideyoshi's monkey, but the main castle was rebuilt in the Tokugawa period, and it was one of the three great castles, and it was an important historical site. Then visit, as the core of the park, the Tenshu Pavilion is sold separately, the interior has various historical artifacts and the introduction of the city, you can also climb the top looking out the block."
Kyoto Railway Museum
based on 682 reviews
Kyoto Top 2 in Kyoto Railway Tour
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM (Local time)
"Super amazing museum, the children's participation is very high, in the joyous play to learn about the railway knowledge. Once into the museum, facing the trains, the children who like the trains immediately go crazy. There is a Shinkansen cockpit is open to the outside, can experience the joy of a train driver, children intuitively realized that the train is no steering wheel. Through the long walkway, you walk into a large glass door and into the 1st floor indoor exhibition hall, where you can see more than 50 precious trains from the steam locomotive to the Shinkansen, where you can see the railway's development, the structure of the vehicles and the facilities of the railway. Outside the first floor, there is a fan garage, the oldest reinforced concrete sector in Japan. Next to the garage is the museum's specialty, the Steam! A real steam train for tourists! The second floor of the museum is a hands-on showcase that is accessible from all over. There is a large three-dimensional model of tracks, with multiple trains running on the model. There are several control console around the model, each control console corresponds to a group of trains in the model, can choose one of their own favorite train, according to the control console screen prompts to control the train running, through the simulation of the process of running, understand the role and principle of the train security device. Highlight on the second floor: Train running simulator. Experience a real train driver, manipulating a train from departure to stop. After a 10 minute simulation experience, how the train driver drove the train was thoroughly understood! But it's really hard to understand, understand, drive the train, stop at the point! Experience the operation simulator requires a number ticket (entry ticket), the process of getting the number ticket is also very interesting, simulated the old time at the train station to buy the ticket process. There is also a children's park on the second floor, which offers free rides to children on the Thomas Train. There is also a train restaurant on the first floor, on the promenade, which restores the dining hall look of the old train. The lunchboxes provided by the train are very beautiful, but unfortunately they can't be heated. A locomotive box is plastic and can be taken away after eating. For kids who like trains, it's definitely a place to spend the whole day."
Osaka Museum of History
based on 596 reviews
Osaka Top 1 in Must-Visit Museums
Closed from 1/1-1/4;Open from 1/5-12/27,Mon,Wed-Sun,9:30am-5:00pm;Closed from 12/28-12/31;Closed on Tue (Local time)
"Located on the west side of Osaka Jo Park, the museum displays historical periods from ancient times to present, including cultural relics, physical models and multimedia displays. The model of the palace, which is reconstructed in accordance with the shape and proportion of Nanba Miyahara, is one of the "priceless" of the museum. The glass window of the museum can see the remains of Nanba Gu and the Osaka Jo castle."
Nara National Museum
Nara Top 9 in Can't Miss Attractions
9:30-17:00, stop 30 minutes before closing. The closed day is Monday (the next day for the holiday season) and January 1. (Local time)
"The museum has good presentation and some exceptional statues showing a very fine art. Usually relative quite but may be crowded when there are special exhibitions."
Open on Mon,Wed-Sun,9:30am-4:30pm;Closed on Tue (Local time)
"It is worth going here to gain knowledge. The museum is located in Ikeda City, Japan. There are models, display panels, real objects, etc. to introduce the development history of different instant noodles and cup noodles in the world. There are also a large number of instant noodles hanging on the wall of the museum, the internal structure model of giant cup noodles, and the world's first cup. Information such as noodle vending machines to deepen visitors’ understanding of instant noodles. In order to let visitors know more about instant noodles, the memorial hall launched a "cup noodle making process experience hall", allowing people to participate in the making of cup noodles by themselves, and take home the "only one" cup noodles. Interested visitors self-paid three hundred yuan per time, first received the ingredients, and after hand-made creativity, they made a package of chicken noodle soup."
Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum
based on 322 reviews
Kyoto Top 6 in Must-Visit Museums
Closed from 1/1-1/4;Open from 1/5-12/27,9:30am-4:30pm;Closed from 12/28-12/31 (Local time)
"There aren't too many sake museums in Japan, so if you see one, do go! This is for the famous brand Gekkeikan, which is known around the world. They have different artifacts related to sake on display and they teach about the production. Overall it's really educational and a fun way to spend the afternoon!"
based on 340 reviews
"I was afraid of ambiguity. At that time, our eunuchs in the Shandong Museum were legally reached by the museum. After we showed evidence here, Meixiu generously acknowledged the sovereignty in my face. I just asked to borrow it to 2007 and go to Japan for five years."
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