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Kyoto International Manga Museum

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京の片泊まり
京の片泊まり
January 15, 2020
Kyoto Manga Museum is a good place for manga lovers. You can read manga (mainly in Japanese) all day long! Distance: 7 minutes' walk Entrance fee: - Adults: 800JPY - Junion High-High School students: 300JPY - Children: 100JPY Opening hours: 10:00~18:00 (closed on Wednesday)
Noriyuki
Noriyuki
October 3, 2019
Are you interested in Japanese Manga? Yes? Okay. Let's go there!
Jo
Jo
August 31, 2019
If you are a manga fan!
Shige
Shige
April 26, 2019
You can know the history of various manga in Japan. We are busy with foreigners. There is also an open space, so the children are very happy!
Mai / Ryo
Mai / Ryo
February 6, 2019
As the name implies, the Kyoto International Manga Museum holds details and records of some of the earliest manga ever created up to modern day titles. You can come here to enjoy a day off and relax while reading! (that's if you know Japanese...) Yes, it's mostly all Japanese so please go at your…

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Location
Kinpukichō, Kyōto-fu 604-0846
Phone+81 75-254-7414
Websitekyotomm.jp
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 10:00 AM
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