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  • Temple in Kyoto from the Kintetsu Line
    Temple in Kyoto from the Kintetsu Line
    by Ewingjr98
  • Reserved seatign on Kintetsu Limited Express train
    Reserved seatign on Kintetsu Limited...
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  • Approaching Kyoto Station on the Kintetsu Line
    Approaching Kyoto Station on the...
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    Flying into Kansai Int’l and...

    by asantetravel Written Sep 8, 2002

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    Flying into Kansai Int’l and using the trains is an easy and reasonable way to get around.
    Buses are very convenient and most routes are 220\ but there’s serious traffic to contend with. Trains and the subway. The transportation system is excellent and the trains really do run on time! If you do decide to ride in a cab for the experience - use MK taxi there base rate is cheaper.

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    from kobe it only takes about...

    by nathasha Written Sep 7, 2002

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    from kobe it only takes about 1 hour by train to kyoto, and costs 1100yen, very economical :) also the kyoto train/bus station is a very cool architectural complex! just try to run up the stairs and you'll see a great view of the city!!! to go to tokyo cheaply, you can catch the night bus in osaka, you can get there under ichiman!!! pic...last night, waiting for the bus in osaka station.

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    Kyoto Station.

    by Sharrie Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    KYOTO STATION: If you arrive by the JR (JAPAN RAIL) this is your first contact with Kyoto. Kyoto City TIC is located on the 2nd floor main concourse (Tel: 075-343 6655). Also, check out the station's shopping area called THE CUBE which has shops specialising in local food products & Kyoto crafts.

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    Kyoto station

    by Jim_Eliason Written Jun 23, 2012

    Besides being the main train hub, Kyoto station is a sight all of itself. its built as a large open V.

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    Kyoto Train Station

    by VolsUT Written Mar 7, 2007

    Kyoto Train Station is new and modern and looks awsome. It has a megga shopping area compiled around it is a really cool place.

    The outside of Kyoto Train Station

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    Kyoto Station

    by Carino Written Jan 6, 2005

    Kyoto Station is the main station from Kyoto and the place where you arrive and leave by JR. The station itself is also worth a visit. The architectur is quite nice.

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    Kyoto Train Station

    by Blatherwick Updated May 10, 2004

    Kyoto is a great place to base yourself to explore Japan. If you have a JR pass you have access to the majority of the sights in the country no more than 3 hours away by Shinkansen (Bullet Train).

    Kyoto Train Station
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    JR Rail Station Map

    by PartyRambo Written Mar 23, 2003

    A quick glance at this map of the Kyoto JR Station and you'll think for a moment you must be on board the starship Enterprise.

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