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Last update:August 31,2017

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Museum and Archives, Kyoto Institute of Technology

Outline

The museum is founded in 1980. We have several galleries for the special exhibition and our permanent collection. The exhibits are mainly the teaching materials for the design education that contributed to the modernization of Japanese industry.

the appearance

Address

Hashigami-cho Matsugasaki Sakyo-ku Kyoto-shi Kyoto 6068585 JAPAN

Home page

Museum and Archives, Kyoto Institute of Technology

Access

By Subway(from Kyoto Station):
Take the "Kokusai Kaikan" bound Karasuma Line Subway to "Matsugasaki" Station, and walk east for about 8 min.

Parking

None available
The museum is located in the university. Please use public transport as much as possible.

Hours

Monday-Saturday during an exhibition holding period (except for every Sunday, national holiday)
10:00-17:00 (Admission until 16:30)

Acceptance number of visitors

No restriction

Visit requirements

No requirement.
Please check our website for the details.

Average visit length

 

Facility details / highlights

 

Admission fee

Adults / 200yen
Students (College, University) / 150yen
*Free for High School students and Below
*Free for students of the university affiliated with University Museum Association of Kyoto

Support in foreign languages

N.A. Please come together with an interpreter.

Materials in foreign languages

pamphlet

Contact

tel  075-724-7924
fax 075-724-7920
e-mail shiryokan@jim.kit.ac.jp

Applications

reservation is not needed.

Contact Information
(When you want to visit the facilities introduced in this list, please apply to each facility directly.)

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Kansai Bureau
International Investment Promotion Division
Address: 1-5-44 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka, 540-8535
Phone:+81-6-6966-6033
E-Mail: kin-kansai-technical-visit@meti.go.jpMail (mail client will launch)