Kyoto is full of tangible cultural assets, both World Heritage sites and those recognized by the Japanese government.
In addition, the city is justly famed for its less than tangible assets.
Among them is Kyoto cuisine, which traces its roots to the Japanese royal family and aristocrats that populated the city for a thousand years until 1868.
At the city's Kyo no Shoku Bunka Museum Ajiwai Kan (Kyoto Culinary Museum and Cooking Center), there are permanent exhibits, rotating exhibitions, and cooking classes.
For cyclists, it not far from Mibu Temple or Kyoto Station, on the west side of Tambaguchi Station.
Admission is free.
Hours: 8：30 - 17：00
Closed on Wednesdays
TEL：075 321 8680
Tags Japan Touring Kyoto Cycle Japanese