The Kyoto Railway Museum (formerly the Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum until 2016) is a railway museum in Shimogyō, Kyoto, Japan. The original Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum opened in 1972, but was expanded and modernized in 2016, becoming the Kyoto Railway Museum. [Wikipedia]
Closed until further notice as part of nationwide anti-coronavirus measures.
5-minute walk from Umekoji-Kyotonishi Station
20-minute walk from Kyoto Station
5-minute bus ride from Kyoto Station via bus no. 103, 104, 110, 86, or 88.
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