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Kyoto Station

Posted on 23 February 2012

Travel Date: 28 October 2010
Location: Kyoto city

There wasn’t a day that I didn’t come to Kyoto Station during my 5-day-stay in Kyoto. Designed by architect Hara Hiroshi (原広司), this impressive building is so huge and modern compares with other traditional Japanese temples and buildings nearby. If I remember correctly, the Isetan department store inside this building consists of 13 floors altogether. Hell yeahs.

The interior


10th Floor: Ramen-koji

Ramen-koji (拉麺小路) is a ramen street where it gathers several ramen shops from all over the country in one place. I visited this one called Takara-ya (宝屋) – now closed, and had their Takara-ya ramen for dinner. Not too bad at all for a 650 yen bowl. A happy diner I am. :D [Tabelog info]


Look at that lovely egg XD


To The Open Air Roof

Sky is dark when the dinner’s done. Next thing to do is to head up to the open air area on top and chill, all while watching the not-exactly-the-most-beautiful Kyoto Tower. Lols.

Christmas tree is already up in late October

Kyoto Tower is right opposite of the station


How To Get There

  • Very likely Kyoto Station will be the place to touch down in Kyoto

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