Kyoto Tower
Kyoto Tower is the highest structure in Kyoto. It was designed by modernist architect Mamoru Yamada. Although it was originally planned to be completed for the 1964 Olympic Summer Games, it only opened to the public on December 28, 1964. 
Kyoto Tower
Kyoto Tower
Kyoto Station
The Kyoto station building was designed by Hiroshi Hara. With a shopping mall, a hotel, a movie theater, the Isetan department store and several local government facilities, in addition to the railways tracks, it is the second largest station building in Japan. It opened in 1997 to commemorate Kyoto's 1200th anniversary.
Kyoto Station
Kyoto Station
Kinkaku-ji
The Golden Pavilion is a three-story building inside the Rokuon-ji temple complex. Its top two stories are covered with pure gold leaf. The history of the building goes back to the 14th century, but in 1950 it was burned down by a monk who attempted suicide. It was rebuilt in 1955.
Kinkaku-ji
Kinkaku-ji
Kinkaku-ji
Kinkaku-ji
Fushimi Inari
Fushimi Inari
Fushimi Inari
Fushimi Inari
Fushimi Inari
Fushimi Inari
Fushimi Inari
And also
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest
Ninnaji
Ninnaji
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