901 Higashishiokojicho, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan

Kyoto Station is a central transportation hub in the city and the second-largest station building in Japan. An enormous ultra-modern complex of glass and steel is a real masterpiece of architecture. Being one of the tourist attractions, the Kyoto Railway station boasts plenty of shops, restaurants, a hotel, and even a movie theater! Also, the 15-story building has many attractive plazas & walkways, such as the East Square, the Skyway tunnel, and gardens with panoramic Kyoto views. Undoubtedly, the Kyoto train station is the best choice to travel around. Even if the station is large, it's easy to orientate inside.

The Second-Largest Japan Train Station by Volume: Kyoto Station

Kyoto Station impresses by its ultra-modern architecture! Check out the video to get a brief insight into the Kyoto Railway Station interior and better understand how to navigate the vast building.



Getting Around Kyoto Railway Station


Where is the Kyoto Station located?

The Kyoto Station is located just a 3-min walk from the famous Kyoto Tower and not far from the Higashi-Hongan-ji Temple.

What can I buy at Kyoto Station?

You can buy tasty confectionery, including Senbei rice crackers, famous Cha-Dango, Sanshoku Dango, Mitarashi Dango, and excellent green tea. Also, various souvenirs, clothes, cosmetics, accessories, and others. Plus, there is a pharmacy and a flower shop.

Can you leave luggage at Kyoto Station?

You can leave your luggage at the Kyoto station. Lockers can be found throughout the building. Their price depends on the luggage size; it's from 300 to 700 yen. Standard locker sizes are:

Large (mm) - 868 x 355 x 645

Medium (mm) - 505/567 x 355 x 645

Small (mm) - 326 x 355 x 645


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